Allen Moore Motored to 2016 Super Pro Championship

If you ask Allen Moore how he felt when he climbed into a junior dragster as a child, he’ll tell you that he was “immediately comfortable,” and if you ask him how he felt when he climbed into a full size dragster as a young man, he’ll — again — tell you that he was “immediately comfortable.”

He sees that as a sign that the cockpit of a dragster is where he wants to be and where he should be, and apparently, he’s right, as he immediately began going rounds and earned his first win at Summit Motorsports Park in 2013.

His exact words right after that accomplishment, some may remember, were actually “Holy crap! I just won at Norwalk!”

It was, he said, a reason to relish as well as a reason to be relieved, considering how tough his fellow competitors were, and how they could win here, win there and win everywhere.

At that point knowing that he could, too, he began going into each race with extra enthusiasm and extra energy, and told himself that he would take it round by round.

And in the process, he told himself that win or lose, he has come a long way.

Indeed he has.

Allen, a student at Akron CNC Training Center, and a skilled bowler, went more rounds in 2016 than he ever has, and with him every step of the way were his dad, Mike, and his mom, Laura.

With sixteen points, he earned the 2016 Quick Time Super Pro championship at Summit Motorsports Park, and was recognized for his efforts during the 43rd Accel Banquet of Champions, Jan. 14, 2017 at Sawmill Creek Resort in Huron, Ohio.

- Mary Lendzion 

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