“Any Guesses?”- 17-YO Female Midget Champ Leaves Fans Praying for NASCAR Debut With Veiled Contract Tease

Published 11/16/2023, 11:42 PM EST

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Drivers like Hailie Deegan, Tony Breidinger, and Danica Patrick have proven to the world that power is worth something to be intimidated by. Adding to the list, another young speedster is slowly making her appearance in the arena of racing. Flaunting a magnanimous nature similar to that of her role model, Kyle Larson, 17-year-old Jade Avedisian is all set to make a name for herself in car racing.

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Last year, when she chose to fist bump Tanner Carrick after the latter had wrecked her, rather than getting into a squabble, the whole community was awestruck. It’s only normal that a young speedster with so much talent, bubbling with energy and sportsmanship, will make it big someday.

Looks like Jade Avedisian’s talent in dirt racing could land her an asphalt ride

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Back in June, Avedisian earned the title of the first female driver to win the Xtreme Outlaw event at Jacksonville Speed and took home the prize money of $5000. Just a few months later, she even beat POWRi National Midget Champion Bryant Wiedeman and secured her second Outlaw win of 2023 at I-44 Riverside Speedway. In October, Avedisian held off Zach Daum and became the first female speedster to win a national midget championship. Avedisian is indeed a huge prospect for Keith Kunz Motorsports.

The way Jade Avedisian looks at the sport is unlike anyone else. On-track brawls form an important and unavoidable aspect of racing, Avedisian’s been maintaining her calm demeanor and thrives under pressure. So much so, that HMS star Kyle Larson, who was Avedisian’s teammate at KKM briefly, said, “You wouldn’t look at her and talk to her and think she’s a gasser, but she hammers it.”

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Even Christopher Bell was shocked to hear that she was so young and was already achieving so much. Bell said, “She’s only 16? That’s crazy. I thought she was older than that. The sky is the limit for Jade. I’ve been following her for a long time. She’s certainly capable of doing whatever she wants to do.”

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However, can her success on the dirt track lead to a NASCAR ride? What’s known is the fact that Jade Avedisian is great at teasing her fans. And this time, she did it by making an unclear announcement.

Jade Avedisian drops a bomb, leaving fans wheeling their heads

Jade Avedisian tweeted a picture of herself at a desk with a bunch of papers that looked like a contract (they were blurred, obviously). And there she sat, with a smiling face and a closed pen, as if she had just signed it. But what is it that she just signed? If it’s a contract, which team would it be with? Or, in which series would it be? So many questions, but the answers to them are yet to be dug out.

When she captioned the picture saying, “Tomorrow- Noon 12 EST ✍️ Any guesses?”, the fandom poured in comments that featured wild guesses of every kind.

Someone exclaimed, “Hopefully something in NASCAR”

While another said, “Hopefully a fully funded season in some high-quality equipment!”

Someone guessed Avedisian would extend her deal with Keith Kunz Motorsports and wrote, “I hope it’s a Contract extension w/#KKM 😁🙏”

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Another fan declared, “Taking over the 10 car for Stewart Haas”

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One of the fans made a fair assumption and wrote, “Nascar Truck Series!!! Cmon!!!!🙏🙏”

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“something asphalt,” added another.

Now it’s time for the readers to guess. Let’s keep the guesswork rolling out further in the comments below! We’d love to hear what you think!

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Soumyadeep Saha

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