Kemmerling is Nearly Perfect in Finals, Earns $1,000 All-Run Victory to Cap Off 2015 Season

Brenden Kemmerling escaped the cold weather of Ohio to join us at Montgomery Raceway Park for the SEJRA Left-Over Nationals. The trip was well worth the effort as he grabbed the final race win of 2015 with his $1,000 All-Run victory.

In the finals Brenden met up with 13&Up Age Group Winner Zach Pennington. Brenden was more than ready for the challenge as he was nearly perfect on both ends of the track. A .013 reaction time, paired with a 7.916 on his 7.90 dial, left no room for Zach at the stripe! Brendon took the final win, and the big payday back to Ohio with him!

Congratulations to Brenden and his entire family on a great final event of 2015.

Zach Pennington Takes 13&Up Age Group Victory on Strength of Great Driving

Zach Pennington and his team have made the trek from South Carolina to Montgomery Raceway Park the past few seasons. This time they earned themselves some hardware for the ride back home.

In the finals Zach took on another Zach, this time it was Zach Lewis matching up with him. This one would be over before it started as Zach Lewis would leave the red light glowing in his Mike Bos Chassis Craft machine. Pennington would cruise to the easy victory and the MRP Winner's Circle!

Congratulations to Zach and the entire Pennington Family on a great win!

Brady Fomby Seals the Deal Saturday with 10-12 Age Group Win

Brady Fomby was stacking up round wins at the Left-Over Nationals. After a Runner-Up in the 8.90 Index, Brady was able to bring home the hardware from the 10-12 Age Group.

In the finals Brady brought his Huddleston Performance Turn-Key Car to the starting line against West Virginia racer Ozell Brown. Both drivers were nearly identical on the tree, but it would be Brady at the stripe. His 8.92 on an 8.91 dial was enough to just edge out Ozell for the win.

Congratulations to Brady and the Fomby Family on a great end to their 2015 season!

Carson Emmett Sweeps Weekend, Takes 6-9 Victory Saturday

Continuing to show his dominance of the next generation of Jr. Racer, Carson Emmett grabbed his second victory of the weekend Saturday.

In the finals Carson met up with fellow Alabama racer Nathan Ramer. Carson was first off the line, and first to the stripe in this match-up. His 2 hundredths starting line advantage would prove to be enough as he went a 12.37 on his 12.31 dial!

Congratulations to Carson and the Emmett Family on an outstanding 2015 season!

Mitchell Seymore Collects Big Payday, Takes Friday $1,000 All-Run Win

For anyone who has been around the SEJRA, they know the name Mitchell Seymore. He has been a threat to win any race he attends for many years at this point.

Friday evening was nothing new for him, as he drove his Huddleston Performance powered machine straight to the Winner's Circle. A nearly perfect light in the finals would make things easier for him, with a .007 he had the jump on young Carson Emmett. That would be more than enough, as he went a close 8.024 on his 8.01 dial for the race win.

Congratulations to Mitchell and the entire Seymore Team on another hard fought victory!

Andrew Green Marches Through 7.90 Index Field to Add Another Race Win to Resume

Andrew Green has found himself in the Winner's Circle more than his fair share in 2015. In continuing with his success throughout the season, Andrew parked his Huddleston Performance powered Mike Bos Chassis Craft ride in the Winner Circle one last time in 2015.

In the finals Andrew met up with Illinois racer Nicole Medeisis. Andrew was nearly perfect on the tree with a great .015 light. That would be more than enough as a pedaling 8.043 would earn him another race win!

Congratulations to Andrew and his entire family on finishing 2015 strongly!

Nate Kelley Makes Long Drive Worthwhile, Grabs 8.90 Index Race Win

Nate Kelley has been a staple in the late rounds throughout the Midwest portion of the country for the past few seasons. This weekend he brought that round winning spirit to Montgomery Raceway Park.

In the finals Nate met up with Alabama racer Brady Fomby. Brady took a sizeable starting line advantage, but left to much room at the stripe. Nate was able to back into him and grab the race win with an 8.937 on the 8.90 Index.

Congratulations to Nate and the entire Kelley family on a final race victory!

Carson Emmett Adds to Trophy Collection with 11.90 Index Win

Carson Emmett has become one of the most feared 11.90 racers in his short Jr. Career. Racking up race wins all over the East Coast this season, Carson finished the year out strong with yet another race win!

In the finals Carson met up with Kentucky racer Grady Wiggins. Grady was first off the line, but couldn't hold Carson off. A 12.037 to Grady's 12.183 was more than enough to earn Carson the race win!

Congratulations to Carson and his entire team!

Eli Wiggins Takes 13.90 Index Victory at Left-Over Nationals

Eli Wiggins and his family have been supporters of the Left-Over Nationals since they began Jr. Racing. This year Eli was able to take home some hardware from the season ending event.

Eli was on it in the final round, he put together a nice .125 light and a 13.954 on his 13.90 Index to capture the race win!

We would like to send a big congrats to Eli and his family on collecting some race win hardware!

Photos Courtesy: Doug Price