The 2014 INEX Nationals were held at the Las Vegas Bullring this year, bringing high speeds and excitement.
The Young Lions promised great racing with the top 5 cars all within 0.081 tenths of a second. Carson Ferguson qualified on pole over Riley Herbst. Hunter Corbitt qualified 7th in the field.
The Young Lion main event was the first legend car main scheduled on Saturday after morning practice. The race was fast-paced and full of excitement. Early into the race, Riley Herbst blew an engine, spitting flames and oil all of the track. While running 4th and passing for 3rd Corbitt made contact with Mike Wolmack, bringing out the cation. Corbitt fell back to 8th on the restart. As the race continued, Carson Ferguson looked to have the best car in the feild, and proved that as he drove to his 2014 INEX National championship. Hunter Corbitt drove back through the field finishing 4th, showing that he belonged with the top drivers in the U.S.