‘Never Give Up’ Mentality Guides Avedisian To History-Making Championship

With only a few minutes to go before the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series field rolled onto Oklahoma’s Port City Raceway for the final feature of the season, Jade Avedisian was doing math with her Keith Kunz Motorsports crew. “I pulled in the infield and I was like, ‘Did I win?’ And they were like, ‘Yeah.’ I was like, ‘Alright, I was just making sure,’” Avedisian said, laughing at the memory. After Avedisian secured the title, the crew sprayed her with it in the post-race chaos. This is gonna be a big hole to dig ourselves out of,’” Avedisian said. During the final four months of the season, Avedisian locked up four more wins en route to becoming the first female to win a national midget title. “Not even in just racing, but it was a life learning curve — that it’s never really over until it’s over,” Avedisian said.

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