Prodigy Race Promotions on Sprint Car Insider – LEMOORE, Calif. (August 11, 2019) – TEN-J Chassis crossed the 80 win mark this weekend with Mitchel Moles’ weekend sweep of non wing and super 600 at Plaza Park and Lemoore Raceway.
The brand now sits at an astounding 81 wins since the very first one on September 6, 2018. In 2019 alone the brand has accumulated 74 wins.
A large portion of their success has come at the hands of Mitchel Moles. After adding four more Ws to his win column this weekend Mitchel Moles now stands at 28 wins on the season. Moles has been the man to beat at every stop he’s made this season, in every class he races, and that trend does not look to be changing anytime soon judging by his recent performances.
However it was another accomplishment this weekend that highlights the drive ability and comfort level of the TEN-J.
In his TEN-J debut at Plaza Park Friday night Medford, Oregon’s Ashton Torgerson went QuickTime in the ultra-competitive California Restricted class. The central California Restricted class is known to be one of the best in the country in terms of champions, and depth of competition. Torgerson does have wins to his credit prior this year, but his out of the box qualifying speed speaks volumes to how adaptable the cars are for drivers.
In addition, he was able to back it up the following night at Dixon Speedway and qualify quick time again. This time he also won his heat race, landed in the trophy dash, and took home a stout podium finish with third place. It was a welcomed sight for Torgerson in just his second start inside of the TEN-J. The TEN-J team and Torgerson Racing both see a bright future ahead for the 02.
Another notch on the belt for the TEN-J brand this weekend was up and coming Non Wing pilot Carson Myrick getting two consecutive podium finishes. Ever since making the switch to TEN-J Myrick has consistently been a podium threat knocking on the door of grabbing a win. The Myrick family couldn’t be happier with the drive ability of the cars and the first class service they receive from the TEN-J team.
The TEN-J brand has been rapidly expanding nationwide as well. Not only does Indiana native Darin Naida have 10 wins across the Hoosier state and surrounding areas but last weekend Oklahoma’s Holden Jennings grabbed the brands 75th overall victory at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City.
The word is out. TEN-J’s work and everyone seems to like them.
The TEN-J team is also happy to announce their continued upsizing to compliment the growth of the company without sacrificing hand-made genuine quality work.
TEN-J is ready to add drivers from all over the world to the winning team. At TEN-J Chassis every season is winning season. It’s 81 wins now and the race to the century mark before seasons end is on.
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2019 Win Count #TENjwinning
Mitchel Moles – 28 wins
Jett Barnes – 14 wins
Darin Naida – 10 wins
Gauge Garcia – 9 wins
Ben Worth – 5 wins
Jeffery Pahule – 2 wins
Brandon Carey – 2 wins
Tristan Guardino – 2 wins
Zeb Wise – 1 win
Holden Jennings – 1 win
74 wins in 2019.
2018 Win Count
Ben Worth – 4
Tristan Guardino – 2
Mitchel Moles – 1
= 81 Wins combined
Ben Worth – 2019 Tulsa Shootout Outlaw Class Champion
Zeb Wise – 2019 Tulsa Shootout Outlaw Non-Wing Champion
Mitchel Moles – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Super 600 Champion
Tristan Guardino – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Non Wing Champion
Gauge Garcia – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Restricted Champion.
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