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February 15th, 2014 - Leon Henderson kicked off his version of the 2014 racing season at East Bay Raceway Park during the 38th Annual Winternationals with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on Thursday night.

Forty-eight entries signed in to compete during the $7,000-to-win event, and Henderson was slated to start fourth in his preliminary heat race. Leon finished seventh in his heat race which would force him to run a B-Main. Henderson's night was brought to an early end when he just missed the transfer into the 45 lap feature event, finishing sixth in his #10 L&D Trucking/Victory Circle by Moyer/Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model.

On Friday evening, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series boosted a $10,000 top prize and forty-eight competitors signed to do battle. Leon failed to transfer into the 50 lap feature via heat race action after he finished tenth. Henderson's night was later cut short after he finished tenth in his b-main and only the top three would transfer.

The 38th Annual Winternationals came to a close on Saturday at East Bay Raceway Park. The day got underway with the make-up event from Wednesday night's rainout. Leon failed to make the transfer into the $7,000-to-win feature after he finished ninth in his preliminary heat race and the b-main.

When action got underway for the $10,000-to-win Winternationals finale, Henderson found himself behind the 8-ball once again. Leon finished eighth in his heat race and missed the transfer into the 60 lap feature event after a disappointing tenth place finish in the b-main.

Full results from the 38th Annual East Bay Winternationals are available at www.lucasdirt.com