Sprint Car Insider- Brand Exclusive TULSA, Okla. (January 2, 2019) – Today marks another milestone for the TEN-J Chassis brand when it comes to dreams coming to fruition.
One year ago the concept was in its infancy and today the reality has rolled out its own red carpet. Not only is TEN-J Chassis set to make its Tulsa Shootout debut, but they boast a driver lineup that could easily be considered an all-star lineup with legitimate chances to take home drillers in every class.
The reason they have garnered such high caliber talent in short time is because no stone has been left un-turned when it comes to Shootout preparation. From the beginning Jerrod Huckleberry has been committed to hand-crafting quality capable of winning on the grandest of stages. It’s the reason the brand has chosen drivers and stuck behind them when they prove to have the same desire, commitment, and hunger to be successful.
Those are the factors that have lead to TEN-J bringing the youngest USAC national Midget winner in history, a past Shootout Champion, a standout Jr Sprint Prodigy, one of the hottest hands in the nation’s Restricted division, and the two OG’s who lit the flame on the TEN-J fire with them to the biggest Micro Sprint race in the world after just four months of existence.
Ten-J Chassis official Tulsa Shootout line up:
• Jett Barnes – Jr Sprint
• Zeb Wise – Outlaw
• Ben Worth – Outlaw, Nw, Stk nw, A
• Mitchel Moles – Outlaw, Nw, Stk nw, A
• Gauge Garcia 21 – Restricted
• Tristan Guardino – A-Class
The time for talk has evaporated as today each car will hit the track for practice. Practice will give a further indication as to where each team
Individually will fare but there won’t be much time to gander at those results. Just after practice the anti gets upped, the chips come out, and the game is on for real.
It is officially Raceday from the 34th Annual Tulsa Shootout and it will all kick off with the Outlaw Non-Wing heat races. At 8 laps a piece the two OG’s Ben Worth and Mitchel Moles will have their first crack at the Expo Center track under race conditions this afternoon.
Out of 271 total entrants in the Outlaw Non-Wing class drivers will be gunning for the top 112 overall to end up directly into qualifiers. Remember here in Tulsa passing points are at a premium, and a little luck goes a long way early.
From there Gauge Garcia will make his TEN-J debut as one of 89 Restricted drivers to take to the track for heat races capping off the opening night program here at the River Sprint Expo Center. Garcia looks to put himself within the top 48 in overall points so he lands directly into a qualifier.
That will wrap up racing from night number one and the rest of the fleet will be on track Thursday to finish off heat Race action.
Today is the day. There is no more time to play. It’s Raceday from the 34th Annual Tulsa Shootout and TEN-J Chassis has their sights fixed firmly remaining in contention to take home Drillers come Saturday.
On Deck: Wednesday January 2, 2019
Practice (Jan 2, 2019 9:00am CT.)
Outlaw Non-WingHeat Races:
TEN-J Chassis would like to thank -Adams Performance, Guhl Injection, C&R radiators, Southern Pacific Farms, Worth Harvesting, The Dirt Track Experience, DIRT CO. media house, and every partner who made TEN-J possible.
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