Avedician and Hagopian team up for Tulsa shootout – Motorsports

Jade Avedisian and Jake Hagopian team up for victory during the Tulsa shootout.

Clovis, CA – Jake Hagopian chases a second golden driller at the 36th Tulsa Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Avedician won the Tulsa shootout in the restricted category in 2020, and Hagopian is the provider of the Driven Performance D1 chassis and the 2019 A-class winner in Tulsa.

Avedisian will take part in this year’s shootout with tremendous momentum on her side. At the age of 14, she aims to build a career-defining season by entering four divisions with shootouts. Running both stock and outlaw, and both wing and non-wing, Avedisian tries to join 11 drivers in front of her who performed in all four classes. Her outlaw program is run by WHR and the Hagopian outlaw entry is under the AVED Racing banner.

Her 2020 campaign was marked with 10 victories. Avedisian’s most notable victory was $ 20,000, which won the John Hink Championship in July. She added a NOW 600A class and a restricted national championship sweep and won both classes during Sooner 600 Week. This year’s success followed the 2019 campaign with 11 victories, including California Speed ​​Week, Hagopian Memorial and Clay Cup.

All Avedisian achievements are manufactured by Driven and No. I’m holding the steering wheel of a car equipped with 14. 2018 California Speedweek Champion Jake Hagopian and No. This trip is even more important when combined with three chassis with a 14.

The practice will start on December 29th and the race will start on December 30th. On January 2nd, the 36th Tulsa Shootout Championship feature will be displayed.

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Avedician and Hagopian team up for Tulsa shootout Avedician and Hagopian team up for Tulsa shootout

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