Prodigy Race Promotions on Sprint Car Insider – LEMOORE, Calif. (August 27, 2019) – TEN-J Chassis picked up seven victories from coast to coast this past weekend.
From the Golden State to the Motor City TEN-J stood atop podiums at Micro Sprint tracks far and wide last weekend bringing the official win count to 88 in the #raceto100 wins. Just weeks remain before the official first birthday of TEN-J Chassis and the charge to get to the century mark before September 6 is in full swing.
Last weekend the brand not only earned seven more victories, but put a brand new name in the history books with a first time winner. The brand has been driven to victory lane by eleven different pilots.
In the Golden State Mitchel Moles got back to his winning ways at the site of the brands first victory, – Plaza Park. Moles picked up wins in the non wing 600 and Super 600 classes aboard his number 01 non wing entry and the 10j house car. Friday nights wins accounted for win 29 and 30 for Moles this season and his second consecutive class sweep at Plaza Park.
Also on Friday night, on the other side of the country, young sensation Darin Naida drove his TEN-J to victory in the Outlaw Wing class at Jackson Speedway in Michigan. It was the 11th win for Naida aboard his TEN-J, representing the company well in the midwestern region of the country.
Saturday night TEN-J went to victory four more times.
Moles again dominated the field at Lemoore Raceway sweeping the Non-Wing and Super 600 classes yet again to earn his 31st and 32nd wins of the season. With 32 wins Moles is the winningest TEN-J driver to date, and arguably the hottest driver in the entire nation. He’s winning everywhere he goes and doing it in all different classes, on varieties of tracks, and against any level of competition thrown at him. His 32 wins also puts him 18 wins higher than the next closest driver in the stable.
Mitchel Moles is making history.
TEN-J is making history with Mitchel Moles.
Further up the I-5 in the Golden State a new TEN-J pilot was in action at Dixon Speedway. Ashton Torgerson was in the seat of his TEN-J for just the fifth time Saturday night when he put it all together. Torgerson started out hot earning quick time in his first three qualifying efforts ever in his brand new TEN-J. His qualifying streak may have came to an end this weekend but his win streak began.
Torgerson became the 11th different driver to take a TEN-J to the top step of the podium when he conquered the a Restricted field in a dominant performance Saturday at Dixon. Prior to Saturday night Torgerson had just overtaken the points lead from a fellow TEN-J pilot in Jeffrey Pahule Jr. Torgerson and Pahule’s battle up north at Dixon, and Pahule at Delta, combined with Gauge Garcia’s battles in the south, TEN-J is in contention for every Restricted Class Championship in the state of California.
Meanwhile, back in the Midwest, the night was long over for Darin Naida. Naida picked up his second consecutive victory on the weekend at Jackson Speedway, and earned his 12th win in a TEN-J Saturday night, bringing the win total to 85 before any main event in California was even ran.
Last weekends seven wins by Naida, Moles, and Torgerson brought the brand within 12 wins of the coveted century mark just two weeks ahead of the brands first anniversary on track. Only two weeks remain for the TEN-J drivers to complete the #raceto100 wins challenge and they have accepted.
Jerrod Huckleberry and the whole team says that none of this would be possible without the incredible and incredibly dedicated drivers, sponsors, and equipment partners they have behind the wheel and behind the team.
On the performance side of things Huckleberry wants to especially thank Coby Adams and Adams Performance for being the exclusive power plant under the hood of TEN-J house cars. He also wants to thank Guhl Motors for keeping everything they put on a TEN-J the absolute pinnacle of research and development.
The goal of TEN-J Chassis from the beginning was to design and build something that was hand-crafted, and designed to be the absolute standard of engineering and performance for customers who refused to sacrifice quality at any level. Jerrod Huckleberry and TEN-J Chassis swear by oath to only align themselves with companies and manufacturers who share the same philosophy when it comes to production.
The TEN-J brand is making its mark. The choice is yours. Join the team or watch your friends start living the dream.
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2019 Win Count #TENjwinning
Mitchel Moles – 32 wins
Jett Barnes – 14 wins
Darin Naida – 12 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
Ashton Torgerson – 1 win
81 wins in 2019.
2018 Win Count
Ben Worth – 4
Tristan Guardino – 2
Mitchel Moles – 1
= 88 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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