Jarrod Huckleberry’s TEN-J chassis brand is expanding rapidly.
After staring off with a line car operation over the past few weeks the TEN-J brand will have three different cars on the track fielded by Ben Worth and Mitchel Moles. Worth accounts for two of the cars with the prototype first stamped wing car, and his all new non wing piece.
Mitchel Moles marks the first driver to convert to the brand. He will be behind the wheel of the third TEN-J ever stamped. The brand is quickly gaining stature and accounts for three different chances of taking home wins this weekend at the Mark Hagopian Memorial.
Both Ben Worth and Mitchel Moles will be piloting TEN-J’s in the Super 600 class contesting for $5,000 and the coveted McGuyver Trophy. Worth will also be running a separate, brand new TEN-J in the non wing class as opposed to fielding the same car in both classes such as they have been doing.
Last time Worth was at Plaza he was the fastest driver on the track and earned the brands first podium. He also landed quick time on the night, marking another first.
Night one at the Mark Hagopian Memorial is the first time the brand has multiple chances of victory with more than one driver fielding them.
“I’m really excited to get behind the wheel of a TEN-J,” said Mitchel Moles. “I know these guys have me in top level equipment, I really think I can win in it early.”
The goal of the weekend is to capture the overall title of the 2nd annual Mark Hagopian Memorial. The cars have improved with every run and both drivers are proven winners at Plaza already this year.
If the consistent improvement remains there is only one more spot to land. That’s the top step of the podium.
- TEN-J is in action at Keller Auto Raceway this weekend for the 2nd Annual Mark Hagopian Memorial.
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