Show me the Money Series Pro Late Model - Started P9 / Finished P15 Brittney had a top-three car, running at one point in second place. Pit strategy along with track curfew prevented the finish Brittney and the Rackley War team expected.
Show me the Money Series Pro Late Model - Rain washed out practice so the teams had a 30-minute Practice/Qualifying session where Brittney posted the 6th quickest time. After a redraw, Brittney started P3. The race went caution-free until lap 82 of 100. Brittney lost some spots on the restart but was able to regain the positions finishing 4th. It was a great learning race for the team and Brittney as she got faster as the race went on.
Disturbing The Peace 100 - Race number three of the “Show me the MONEY” Pro Late Model Series at Montgomery Motor Speedway was held over the weekend. Brittney Zamora qualified eighth and finished fourth. After back-to-back fourth-place finishes, Brittney Zamora Racing moved from seventh to fifth place in the points standing. The Rackley WAR, Team Chevy, #25 seemed to get faster as the race went on, and after only three races, Brittney is quickly gaining both confidence and knowledge on one of the Southeast’s oldest and most challenging asphalt half-mile tracks.
Unfortunately, the night did not go as planned or expected, and the Pit Road Pals, Northwestern Auto Glass #25, developed a major mechanical fuel issue that caused fuel to spray out of the fuel cell and ignite from the exhaust. Brittney tried to stay on track, but the car started filling up with smoke, and she received the black flag forcing her to pit. Once she got to the pits, the team discovered the flames had melted oil lines; just like that, her night was done on lap 39 finishing 26th.
It was a great night for Brittney and the Rackley War race team. Competing against team owner, mentor, and veteran driver Willie Allen Brittney held her own and kept pace with the leaders. With her third-place finish in the Saturday of Speed 125 race, Brittney moves from fifth to third in points with two races remaining in the series.
Show me the Money Series Pro Late Model - Coming Soon
Show me the Money Series Pro Late Model - Coming Soon
Centerville, Tenn. (February 3, 2022) – In a week that our nation celebrates Girls and Women in Sports, Rackley W.A.R. is pleased to announce that Brittney Zamora will compete for the Show Me The Money title in 2022 at Montgomery (AL) Motor Speedway. Zamora has developed a rich history with the team in a short period of time, becoming the first female driver in history to win in Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway’s premier late model division in 2021.
Prior to that, Zamora made two starts with the race team in 2020 posting a 6th place finish in a 100-lap regular season Pro Late Model event and an 11th place finish in the Super Late Model portion of the All American 400 weekend.
The 22-year-old from Kennewick, Washington that now calls Lebanon, Tennessee home, says she is excited to continue developing her driving career on the east coast. “Being able to run full time at Montgomery will be huge for my racing career. I get the opportunity to show my skills to a new audience and competitors and get to show that I am competitive at this level. We’re going to take our momentum from our win in October at Nashville and bring it into the new season. I truly believe 2022 will be the biggest year for me in terms of taking my career to the next level as well as proving my capabilities.”
Zamora is a winning second-generation driver who began racing at the age of four. Her resume includes karts, mini stocks, late model, and she has successfully driven in the Northwest Super Late Model Series as well as the NASCAR/ARCA West and East Series’.
Driving in the Northwest Super Late Model Series in 2017 and 2018, she became the first female to win a race and a championship in the same year. She was ultimately crowned champion both years.
In 2018, Zamora was the Washington State Rookie of the Year in NASCAR's Whelen All-American Series. She was also among a group of 12 drivers invited to NASCAR's Drive for Diversity combine in 2019.
Zamora is a student at Washington State University, completing her degree online, and she also works a part-time job. She’s acknowledges she is still finding balance after her move across the Country and keeping up with her commitments, but says she remains focused on finding continued success for she and her race team.
“I am definitely focused on running the Show Me the Money Series. I want the best results possible. It would be a huge statement for my team, Rackley W.A.R., to go win the championship and I’m going to be doing everything I can to make it happen. It will be a rewarding challenge that I am prepared to do.”
Michelle Boykin, Chief Operating Officer of Rackley Roofing Company, Inc., expressed her passion to expand female leadership, not only in sports, but in all business. “Rackley Roofing is delighted to support Brittney this year as a driver. As a female leader in a male-dominated industry, I can relate to the challenges that she has to face in order to be successful. Her determination, drive, and results prove she has what it takes. Rackley Roofing seeks out opportunities to empower women in roofing and other male-dominated markets. It is an honor to be able to sponsor Brittney.
Team co-owners Curtis Sutton and Willie Allen issued a joint statement saying, “Brittney is going to bring more diversity to our team. We focus on growing our individuals as an organization. Adding Brittney and her success will continue our commitment to building the best team possible. We are excited to see her continued competitiveness and her intense drive to a championship this year.”
“It’s a really good feeling knowing they have my back and believe in my driving abilities,” said Zamora. “I know every time we unload the car that they put their all into it and that we have a good shot at winning and having podium finishes. I cannot thank my entire team, including Rackley Roofing Company, enough for the opportunity and for trusting me as a driver and as their representative. It’s rare to meet a group of men and women that are so hard-working, so it’s an honor to be representing each of them,” said Zamora.
The 2022 Show Me the Money series’ season kicks off with what many consider the biggest Pro Late Model race in the country, the Alabama 200 on March 5. The season will consist of six events and will be decided once again in November for the Alabama State Championship races and the Southern 100 Pro Late Model finale.
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ABOUT RACKLEY W.A.R.
Rackley W.A.R. offers motorsports competition, development, marketing, management, and a suite of other industry-related services for professional race car drivers, race teams and industry sponsors. Rackley W.A.R. fields entries in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chevrolet Silverado with driver Matt DiBenedetto, as well as regional Super and Pro Late Model feature racing events. Rackley W.A.R. is headed and co-owned by Curtis Sutton (Rackley Roofing, Inc.) and Willie Allen (Willie Allen Racing and W.A.R. Shocks, LLC).
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