31 Schwemler truly had to beat some of the best junior drivers from North America. He faced racers from Canada and the upper Midwest to win the Division 5 title, and then faced Shelby Roy from Alaska in round one of the Summit World Finals. In the second round, Schwemler’s opponent was Saylar Bustle from Sherrills Ford, N.C. “The Summit Team Finals were at Martin (Mich.), and it was also stressful,” Schwemler said. “Once you get here, you try not to think about it, and just treat it like a normal race.” For most of the day, his reaction times weren’t normal, they were spot on. He cut lights of .001 and .004 to beat Bethany Sexton and Brandon Sullivan, both from Radford, Va., in rounds three and four. He then came off the starting line in .007 of a second to beat Leslie Grissom Jr. of Odessa, Texas in the semifinals. For his efforts, he ended with $3,000 from Summit Racing Equipment, the new JR Race Car, an IHRA Gold Card, the World Champion Ironman Trophy and a World Champion Diamond Ring. An awesome prize pack, indeed.