Woodburn Dragstrip
7730 Hwy. 219
Woodburn, Oregon
503-982-4461

Logan Scrivner ~ 2016 World of Speed Jr Storm Champion

The World of Speed Jr Racing Series offers kids ages 5-17 the opportunity to experience the thrill of racing half-scale dragsters in a controlled racing environment. The Jr Storm class is for racers 6-10 years old. Racers ages 6 & 7 years old will have a maximum dial-in of 13.90 and slower. Racers ages 8 & 9 years old will have a maximum dial-in of 11.90 and slower. Racers 10 years old will have a maximum dial-in of 8.90 and slower.

During the 2016 Season, the Jr racing program was able to complete 11 out of the 13 scheduled races due to Mother Nature. At the first event of the season, on April 9th, Amelia Hentges and Preslie Severance earned their way into the final round. Hentges eliminated Cody Steen and Logan Scrivner while Severance eliminated Ryan Dick and Katie Marie Chapman. In the finals, it was over before it began with a double break-out and the win went to Hentges. Hentges had a -.132 reaction time and ran an 11.967 on her 11.94 dial, while Severance had a -.038 reaction time and ran a 12.117 on her 12.08 dial. The second race on April 17th showcased Logan Scrivner and Katie Marie Chapman in the finals. Scrivner eliminated Ryan Dick and Jayden Bigsby while Chapman eliminated Preslie Severance and Cody Steen. In the finals, it was Scrivner who took the win when he ran 10.0004 on his 9.98 dial to Chapman’s 12.021 on her 11.90 dial.

The next event on April 30th showcased Duncan Gray and Cody Steen going to the finals. To get there, Gray had a single in round 1 and defeated Amelia Hentges, while Steen defeated Jayden Bigsby and Katie Marie Chapman. In the final round, the race was over before it even began when a -.015 red light appeared in Steen’s lane, resulting in the win for Gray.

At the 4th event held on May 1st, it was Logan Scrivner and Cody Steen who went to the finals. To get there, Scrivner defeated Preslie Severance, had a single in round 2, and Amelia Hentges. On the other side of the ladder, Steen defeated Ryan Dick, Duncan Gray and had a single in round 3. In the finals, Scrivner had the starting line advantage with a .062 reaction time to Steen’s .322 reaction time. Scrivner went on to secure the win when he ran 10.154 on his 9.90 dial to Steen’s 12.127 on his 12.00 dial.

Unfortunately, due to Mother Nature, the races scheduled for May 14 & 15th were cancelled. On May 28th, it was Logan Scrivner and Cody Steen again in the finals. To get there, Scrivner defeated Kiera Rice, had a single in round 2, and Duncan Gray, while Steen defeated Ryan Dick, Preslie Severance, and had a single in round 3. In the finals, Steen had the starting line advantage over with a .108 reaction time to Scrivner’s .150 reaction time. Steen slowed down and Scrivner drove around him and took the win running a 10.117 on his 10.10 dial to Steen’s 12.191 on his 12.10 dial.

The next event was held on June 5th, where Cody Steen and Ryan Dick were in the finals. Steen had eliminated Kiera Rice and Duncan Gray while Dick eliminated Katie Marie Chapman and Logan Scrivner. In the finals, the win went to Steen when Dick broke out running 9.903 on his 9.93 dial. Steen ran 12.003 on his 11.98 dial. The weekend of June 18th & June 19th was a double-header and also a Father’s Day Weekend for the World of Speed Jr Racers. On Saturday, 18th it was Katie Marie Chapman and Cody Steen in the finals. Chapman defeated Jayden Karr and Amelia Hentges, while Steen defeated Logan Scrivner and Duncan Gray. In the finals, Chapman took the win when she ran 11.816 on her 11.90 dial, to Steen’s 11.822 on his 11.96 dial. On Sunday, the 19th, it was Katie Marie Chapman again in the finals, this time with Duncan Gray. Chapman eliminated Amelia Hentges and Jayden Karr while Gray had a single in the 1st round and then eliminated Jayden Bigsby. In the finals, it was over before it began, as Gray turned on the dreaded red light by –.040, resulting in the win for Katie Marie Chapman.

Jr racers had a busy weekend, with two races on Saturday, July 9th, (the Summit Racing Equipment Jr Dragster Challenge, where the Jr racers have a chance to win a Wally, and the World of Speed Jr Racing Series #11), and a third race on Sunday, the 10th, (for the World of Speed Jr Racing Series #12). For the 1st race and going for the Jr Wally, Ryan Dick and Logan Scrivner made it to the finals. Dick had a single in round one and defeated Jayden Bigsby while Scrivner defeated Duncan Gray and Katie Marie Chapman to meet in the finals. Dick had the starting line advantage with a .041 reaction time to Scrivner’s .182, and then went on to secure the win and the Wally, running a 10.013 on his 9.94 dial to Scrivner’s 10.257 on his 10.20 dial. The second race on Saturday showcased Duncan Gray and Logan Scrivner in the finals. To get there Gray eliminated Cody Steen and Ryan Dick, while on the other side of the ladder, Scrivner had a single in round 1 and eliminated Katie Marie Chapman. In the finals, Scrivner had the starting line advantage over Gray but Scrivner broke out at the finish when he ran 10.115 on his 10.15 dial to Gray’s 9.950 on his 9.92 dial, resulting in a win for Duncan Gray.

Going into the race on July 10th, the point standings for the top four finishers were as follows: Logan Scrivner and Duncan Gray tied for first with 420 points, Cody Steen with 390 points and Katie Marie Chapman with 340 points. The finals showcased Logan Scrivner and Jayden Bigsby (in his first finals of the season). To get there, Scrivner defeated Jayden Karr and Ryan Dick while Bigsby defeated Kiera Rice and Katie Marie Chapman. In the finals, it was race to the finish when Bigsby broke out running a 9.845 on his 9.90 dial to Scrivner’s 10.147 on his 10.10 dial, resulting in a win and a move into first place position for Logan Scrivner.

The last race of the season was held on August 20th. With Logan Scrivner out of the running when his clutch exploded earlier in the day, the finals showcased Ryan Dick and Amelia Hentges. Dick had eliminated Katie Marie Chapman, Kiera Rice and earned a single in round 3, while Hentges eliminated Jayden Bigsby, earned a single in round 2, and Duncan Gray. In the finals, the race was over before it began when Hentges turned on the dreaded red light -.068. Dick went on to run 9.944 on his 9.90 dial to secure the win.

With 520 Points, 4 Event Wins, and 1 Runner-Up finish, the 2016 World of Speed Jr Storm Champion and World of Speed Jr Driver of the Year … Logan Scrivner!!

Top 4 Points Finishers (Driver Name, Hometown and Total Points)

1. Logan Scrivner, Hillsboro, OR, 520 Points
2. Duncan Gray, Portland, OR, 470 Points
3. Cody Steen, Salem, OR, 450 Points
4. Katie Marie Chapman, Sandy, OR, 440 Points

Comments are closed.