Aug 06, 2021
Yesterday was a busy day for RJo. She started off the morning at Country Auto Group for 806 Sports Radio 8th anniversary. She had a great time handing out hero cards and koozies to everyone.
At the track dad checked in RJo and he didn’t draw much better then Rylee has been. For the first heat she would start last. She quickly worked her way up to third and would pressure second into making a mistake and get by them as well. She was chasing down the leader but ran out of laps and finished second. Car was super fast and she was happy with it.
Made a small gear change before the second heat to keep up with the track conditions. RJo started on the pole and lead every lap coming away with another heat race win.
That put her starting outside front row for the main. She got an amazing start and lead the first 13 laps until they caught the back of the field and went high to pass the slower kart and lost the lead. She battled back on the last lap and ended up second by .06 seconds. It was a great race to the checkered and neither driver knew for sure who won.
We are getting everything figured out and getting ready for the Shootout in a couple weeks.
Thanks to all our friends, family, fans, and sponsors for coming out and supporting RJo Racing. We could not do this without y’all.
Scott Land Co.
K3 Towing, Recovery and Transport, Inc
Coolhorse Trailer Service (Adam S Hutchens)
Amarillo Candle Company
Red, White & BOOM
Chapman Family Insurance
Rick Looby Homes
Cosmetic Auto Repair Systems
Street Volkswagen of Amarillo
Youth Racers of America
806 Sports Radio
Total Works Chiropractic
Cox Performance Racing Engines
Camille Fritzler Physical Therapist
Kenny Montgomery with KMO Racing
AA&A Windshield & Glass
Silver Dollar Shootout - Amarillo, TX
McKenna Haase with Compass Racing Development
Powder Max LLC. Powder Coating and Media Blasting
Colton Wilkinson with Walk Nasty Racing
Ashton Express Tax
Sweet Nasty Fabrication
Think Local Amarillo
J. Etheridge Management Services - JEMS
Modern Image Signs & Screen Printing
ICR Klean Kans
Tera S. Carroll with Deaf Smith/Oldham County Farm Bureau
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