Prodigy Race Promotions on Sprint Car Insider – Brand Exclusive. TULSA, Okla. (January 1, 2020) – The time for talk is over. Practice has wrapped up and it’s heat races on deck.
It’s showtime at the shootout for TEN-J.
Ten drivers are about to take to the track for the TEN-J Chassis brand as they set out to defend last years titles. Up first will be the first of two classes the brand captured last year: Outlaw Non-Wing. Drivers set to see green flag action in outlaw non wing are: Holden Jennings, Ben Worth, Mitchel Moles, Blake Hahn, Darin Nadia, Austin Torgerson and Ashton Torgerson.
Up first will be the driver out of Oklahoma who came all the way to California to pick up his TEN-J Holden Jennings. Jennings will start 4th in heat number five. Then the two original TEN-J drivers will both face off in heat number seven. Mitchel Moles will start 5th while Ben Worth will have the opportunity to come all the way through the field starting 8th. The next TEN-J driver to hit the track will be Darin Naida who starts 9th in heat 11. Blake Hahn sees his first green flag for TEN-J from 6th in heat 16. Auston Torgerson will line up 7th in heat 18 while brother Ashton will round out the TEN-J non wing outlaw lineup from fourth in heat 30.
The last group of heat races for the evening will be the Restricted 600 division. This is where things get dicey for the brand. Three of TEN-J’s marquee drivers will all lineup in the same heat race. Ashton Torgerson already turned in the fastest restricted lap time of all 112 entries and he’ll lineup third in heat 11. Joining him in the same heat race will be Logan Trevino who will be right beside Torgerson coming from the fourth position. The final TEN-J driver occupying the same heat is Gauge Garcia who will round out the field coming from the 7th starting spot.
Austin Wood is set to make his TEN-J debut in heat 8 where he will roll off from outside the front row.
It’s race time in Tulsa. The title defense begins now. Outlaw non wing and Restricted 600 heat races are about to go live. The Shootout will run through 49 races tonight before closing the building and getting it all rolling again tomorrow.
The TEN-J race to win 115 and more of the most prestigious trophy in all of micro sprint racing starts now.
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2019 Win Count #TENjwinning
Mitchel Moles – 45 wins
Gauge Garcia – 17 wins
Jett Barnes – 14 wins
Darin Naida – 12 wins
Brandon Carey – 5 wins
Ben Worth – 5 wins
Ashton Torgerson – 4 wins
Jeffrey Pahule jr – 2 wins
Tristan Guardino – 2 wins
Zeb Wise – 1 win
Holden Jennings – 1 win
Cody Key – 1 win
105 wins in 2019.
2018 Win Count
Ben Worth – 4
Tristan Guardino – 2
Mitchel Moles – 1
= 114 Wins combined
Ben Worth – 2019 Tulsa Shootout Outlaw Class Champion
2018 Turkey Bowl XVII Champion
Zeb Wise – 2019 Tulsa Shootout Outlaw Non-Wing Champion
Mitchel Moles – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Super 600 Champion
2019 Keller Auto Raceway Non-Wing Champion
2019 Lemoore Raceway Non-Wing Champion
2019 Lemoore Raceway Super 600 Champion
2018 California Cup Super 600 Champion
Plaza Park Raceway Track Record holder
2019 California Cup Super 600 Champion
Tristan Guardino – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Non Wing Champion
2018 California Cup Non Wing Champion
Gauge Garcia – 2019 Hoosier Tire California Speedweek Restricted Champion.
2019 Turkey Bowl XIX Champion
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