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Xtreme Raceway Park Wins IHRA Division 4 Jr. Team Finals Title

Saturday, 16 September 2023

HOLLAND, Texas — Xtreme Raceway Park put forth the winning effort at the IHRA Division 4 Jr. Team Finals presented by Vision Industrial Services at Little River Dragway.

Xtreme’s No. 3 team won the competition as Edinburg Motorsports Park’s No. 2 team and Xtreme No. 2 finished second and third in the team standings. Teams from Penwell Knights Raceway and host Little River Dragway also participated.

Xtreme team winner

Addysan Rogers led the list of individual winners taking a final-round win over Ava Rigelsky in the Masters class. Rogers had the big advantage at the tree, going .028 to .147 for Rigelsky. She then posted an 8.053-second run at 75.77 mph against an 8.00 dial-in. Rigelsky’s numbers included 7.985 seconds at 79.53 against a 7.97 dial-in.

 Masters winner

Colton Farley was the Advanced class winner by going 8.909 second at 70.39 mph against an 8.90 dial-in. Runner-up Revin Moseley finished in 8.932 seconds at 71.59 mph against an 8.91 dial-in. Farley had a little better start with a .052 to .066 reaction time advantage.

Advance winner

Camron Nelson scored the 7.90 index win with a run of 7.918 seconds at 80.59 mph, along with a .027 reaction time. Landon Emmons went 7.929 seconds at 77.68 mph with a .055 start in the final round.

Beginner winner

Moseley won the 8.90 index trophy as final-round opponent Maggie Alvarez fouled at the start. Moseley’s had a quick .017 reaction time to go along with his stellar effort of 8.905 seconds at 72.89 mph. Alvaraez posted an 8.907-second run at 73.23 mph.

890 winner

Mason Landers captured the 11.90 index win as William Norvell broke out in the final round. Landers had a 12.943-second pass at 54.45 mph. Norvell had the better start with .152 reaction time to .172 for Landers.

1190 winner

The Bracket 330 title went to Holden Pavlock, who was closer to his 5.45 dial-in time at 5.462 seconds than Ava Ryan, who went 4.964 seconds against a 4.92 dial-in. Ryan was the quicker at the tree with a .097 to .119 start.

Bracket 330 winner

Kane Kern won the Quick 16 final on a holeshot with a .064 start to .164 for Jace Rader Kern finished his run in 5.083 seconds against a 5.01 dial-in. Rader went down the track in 5.23 seconds against a 4.98 dial-in.

Quick 16 winner

Cash Pennington completed the list of winners in a double breakout in the Trophy final. Pennington barely missed the 11.90 time with an 11.899-second run after a .021 start. Gavin Fojt had a .031 reaction time and finished in 11.871 seconds. 

Trophy winner

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists in the IHRA Division 4 Junior Team Finals presented by Vision Industrial Services.

Last modified on Saturday, 16 September 2023