In the final, she was back to the quick starts, beating Texas racer Chance Turman on a holeshot. Feit had a .023 reaction time, paired with a 7.897-second run against a 7.90 dial-in. Off the track, she’s a straight-A student and she has been involved in dance since she was three years old. She believes the footwork she has learned in her years in dancing has helped with her reaction times at the track. “The dancing really does help my drag racing,” Feit said. “But, I also like the mechanical part of racing and how they are two different things. I go from dance to the race track and it’s good how some parts of those are totally different and how I like both.” She was at the top of her game at the tree, posting a .001 reaction time to beat South Carolina racer Morgan Carroll in the first round. She followed it up with a .002 reaction time to down Illinois driver Bobby Ince Jr. in round two. Feit continued to be quick at the start, beating perennial favorite Dalton Lummus of China, Texas in round three and another Illinois driver, Tori Trench, in the quarterfinals. Feit actually had a slower reaction time against Missouri racer Andrew Goss in the semifinals, but still pulled out the win. 21