Prodigy Race Promotions on Sprint Car Insider. Driver Exclusive- MADERA, Calif. (October 8, 2019) – > Logan Trevino wrapped up the 2019 Delta Speedway Restricted class Championship Saturday night with his fourth place finish in the final Points race of the season.
After earning three trips to victory lane, Saturday nights result represents his 13th top five of the season at Delta. In 15 features at Delta Speedway Logan Trevino finished in the top ten 14 times, top five 13 times, captured ten podiums, and three victories on his way to the title.
His run of consistency leaves no questions as to how he earned the title. With a 66% podium rate, 86% top five rate, and 93% top ten rate, the numbers are staggering. Furthermore, of his ten podiums, six of them were second place finishes. Trevino mastered the art of consistency at Delta Speedway in 2019. He never faltered under the pressure, and he came up aces at the most pivotal moments.
Following a runner up on World of Outlaw night in early March Trevino kicked off his points season on fire. He took early command of the standings by taking the first two wins of the championship series. He finished off the first half of the season inside the top five with fourth at round three, third at round five, and another second at round six.
(Round 4 cancelled due to weather)
He went into the Delta Speedway round California Speedweek as the track Points leader. Speedweek was impactful because he gave up some momentum to one of his closest title competitors. He came up just short of capturing the win and when the regular season resumed things got close.
Following Speedweek the Restricted class became a three driver, strait-up shootout. The three battling for the title exchanged victories, and kept things incredibly close. At one point Trevino actually relented the points lead, even briefly falling to third in the standings. After a trip to Washington for Clay Cup things became even tighter.
His charge from 15th to 5th at round nine may have salvaged his season status as a contender as the most pivotal turning point took place the very next race.
Trevino had finished in the top ten of every race he entered up to that point of the season. Every single race he had, not just Delta, the track with the most on the line. Then came round ten. A mechanical issue forced Trevino in early giving him his first, and line, DNF of the season.
Round ten had the potential to be detrimental. Instead it turned out to be the most pivotal turning point of the season.
The way Logan rebounded at round 11 was the hallmark of a champion. He went out and dominated the whole night. That night he cemented his status as the one to beat.
This excerpt from the round 11 recap conveys it all.
“He did exactly what a champion does. Win in the most critical times.
Saturday night began with third quick in qualifying and a runner up bid in the heat race. The way things added up, this put him in the 6th starting position entering the 25-lap race 11 showdown. His work was cut out for him looking at the names on the lineup, but it was “do or be done,” time for the 7t.
He did it. He drove the Prosperi/Trevino 7t D1 through the field and made a statement. He showed the competition that was not bowing out easily. Logan Trevino made his bid for a title with that charge. With his fifth win of the season and now third at Delta, his status elevated from contender to favorite.”
The standings remained close but Trevino rounded out the year finishing seventh at round 12 and third at round 13. He entered the Delta Speedway Finale carrying a 30 point advantage. It was close enough he needed to execute one more top level night and he did just that. He qualified sixth, finished third in his heat, and charged to a respectable fourth place main event finish.
With that it was enough to crown Logan Trevino his first career Micro Sprint Championship. He is your 2019 Delta Speedway Restricted Class Champion.
Logan Trevino wants to cordially thank all of his sponsors and supporters – B&D Prosperi Farms, Florestone Products, AG Right Enterprises, Rocky Taylor State Farm Insurance, Madera AG Services, KP Spraying, Denis Prosperi Farms, Schafer Metal Stakes, Midland Tractor Madera, Lee’s Concrete, and KBL Farms. We would also like to thank Joey Galante Motors, Chris Rice Carburators, and Panoche Creek Packing, for their continued Support of his efforts and believing in him throughout his career. He says none of this could have been done without them, and he appreciates every ounce of support and effort from them all.
Thank you for following all the results and details on Logan Trevino and his charge toward a title on Prodigy Race Promotions. The season isn’t quite over yet. Be sure to keep following on Instagram and Facebook and with the official Driver Exclusive recaps right here on Sprint Car Insider. #PRParmy
QUICK RESULTS – Logan Trevino –
October 5, 2019
Heat Race: 3rd
Main Event: 4th
2019 Delta Speedway Stats:
• 15 Features
• 13 Point Races
• 3 Wins
• 6 2nd Place Finishes
• 10 podiums
• 13 Top fives
• 14 Top tens
• 4th place avg finish
• 66% podium rate
• 86 % top five rate
• 93% Top ten rate
Logan Trevino and everyone at Trevino/Prosperi Racing would like to cordially thank all of their sponsors for their continued support, and belief in the program.
Budweiser Grand Prix
Race 13 – Points Finale
Friday October 11, 2019
Overall Season Stats: Logan Trevino
Top 5: 24
Top 10: 26
Be sure to follow Logan Trevino on social:
follow Prodigy Race Promotions @PRParmy on Instagram for all the continuous #Raceday coverage and #Results as they unfold.
Keep up with Sprint Car Insider on Facebook for the complete, detailed, race recaps of the #PRParmy.
@SCI_updates on twitter
Visit our website – sprintcarInsider.co for or all of the updates on Logan Trevino as he continues his assault on the 2019 campaign.
Prodigy Race Promotions:
Sprint Car Insider
JJ Cox -
Lead Contributor of Sprint Car Insider.
Sole Proprietor of Prodigy Race Promotions.
Current Freelance Announcer with educated broadcast experience.
Media Relations Advisor.
Fresno State Bulldog - Broadcasting and Public Relations.
Grew up going to 50+ Sprint Car races a year and Raced Motocross for 10 years.
Die Hard Dirt Race Fan
Just a rolling stone.