It was a season of highs and lows. With fresh equipment, a striking new graphics and awesome sponsors, Kirkland racing entered 2014 with high hopes. As the season neared the half way point, Trever was consistantly knocking on victories door. With some podium finishes, plus several heat race wins including a couple with the ASCS National Tour, it seemed that a checkered flag was not far off. Riding high and climbing the ASCS points ladder, Trever finally broke through for his first ASCS Feature win on a hot August night in Belgrade. It was a long time coming and the unmistakenly the high point of the year. Just as it seemed the team had put it all togerher, lady luck reared its ugly head. First a couple of mechanical issues with the brake system short circuited the charge. Then...just as the team thought the worst had passed motor issues put a huge damper on a promising finish to 2014 campaign. First the Pennsylvania power plant that had been so strong and depedable went up in smoke. A setback yes, but there's still the backup. So... in went the Shark motor. On the second night out after the motor swap, Trever tagged the wall in Great Falls and hurt the second high powered, high priced engine. Two motors down....and two shows still to run. But for the help of Chuck Perry (Perry Racing), Trever would have missed those last shows. With the loaned Perry motor and little help from some great friends,Trever Kirkland was able to salvage a couple of Feature finishes, including a 5th place in the Finale at Billings. and a 4th place finish in the ASCS Frontier Region points. Granted the year could have been better. $50,000 worth of broken motors is a big hit. It also could also have been much worse. The car came home in one piece. An ASCS Feature trophy is on the mantle. And Trever and his team are already planning for 2015.