Six racers earn trophies during Division 6 Infinity Series event at M.H.D.R.A. Dragstrip
Aug. 31, 2017

The Division 6 Infinity Coach Jr. Dragster Series made its fifth stop of the year at M.H.D.R.A. Dragstrip, and when the dust settled, Kiandra Gaetz (Saturday Thunder), Tanner Gaetz (Saturday Lightning), Victoria Philbert (Saturday Jr. Street), Kindi Opsal (Sunday Thunder), Kyle Wagenaar (Sunday Lightning), and Carter Schnurer (Sunday Jr. Street) walked away with trophies.

Final-round results from the Division 6 Infinity Coach Jr. Championship Series event at
M.H.D.R.A. Dragstrip in Medicine Hat, Alta.:

Driver Hometown E.T. (Dial)
Saturday Thunder
Kiandra Gaetz Medicine Hat, Alta. 8.908 (8.90)
Morgan Caron High River, Alta. 8.973** (9.00)
Saturday Lightning
Tanner Gaetz Medicine Hat, Alta. 7.900 (7.90)
McKenna Bold Red Deer, Alta. 8.075** (8.10)
Saturday Jr. Street
Victoria Philbert Dunmore, Alta. 10.302 (10.31)
Carter Schnurer Hanna, Alta. *10.509 (10.42)
Sunday Thunder
Kindi Opsal Maple Creek, Sask. 8.945 (8.90)
Kyler Skjonsberg Red Deer, Alta. 8.942 (8.90)
Sunday Lightning
Kyle Wagenaar Red Cliff, Alta. 7.910 (7.97)
Mason Bell Bassano, Alta. **7.909 (7.96)
Sunday Jr. Street
Carter Schnurer Hanna, Alta. 10.412 (10.41)
Victoria Philbert Dunmore, Alta. **10.314 (10.33)
*red-light **breakout

Photos by Blair Alderton

Saturday Thunder final
Kiandra Gaetz, near lane, ran right on her 8.90 dial to defeat Morgan Caron in Saturday's Thunder final.

Saturday Lightning final
Tanner Gaetz, far lane, joined sister Kiandra in the winner's circle when he bested McKenna Bold in Saturday's Lightning final.

Saturday Jr. Street final
Victoria Philbert, near lane, got the automatic nod in Saturday's Jr. Street final when Carter Schnurer red-lighted.

Sunday Thunder final
Kindi Opsal, far lane, defeated Kyler Skjonsberg to earn Sunday's Thunder trophy.

Sunday Lightning final
Kyle Wagenaar, far lane, won Sunday's double-breakout Lightning final against Mason Bell.

Sunday Jr. Street final
Sunday's Jr. Street final was a rematch of Saturday's title round, but this time, Carter Schnurer, near lane, came out on top, running right on his 10.41 dial to turn on the win light.