Las Vegas, NV (Sep. 24, 2021) – In an announcement today from Las Vegas Motor Speedway where the Rackley W.A.R. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team and driver Brett Moffitt prepare for tonight’s event, team co-owners Willie Allen and Curtis Sutton announced that Brittney Zamora will return to the driver’s seat in the 100-lap Pro Late Model feature at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on October 9 for one race.

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 driver now calls Lebanon, Tennessee home and says she’s learning to balance the move across the country from her home state of Washington, while holding down a part-time job and continuing her education online at Washington State University. As busy as she is, Zamora says she’s also constantly working to find the means to jump back in the race car full time.

“For now I have the one race scheduled with Rackley W.A.R., but I am continuously looking for sponsorship to add more races. I love the environment at Rackley W.A.R. The crew works really hard to help make me successful at every race I’ve done with them. They bring a lot of knowledge to the table that I feel pairs very well with my experience in late models.”

The winning second-generation driver began racing at the age of four and her resume includes go karts, mini stocks, late model, and she has successfully driven in the Northwest Super Late Model Series as well as the NASCAR ARCA West Series.

Willie Allen added that he has always been stricken with Brittney’s talent and says she’s one of the most confident drivers he’s ever had race for his middle-Tennessee based team.

“Brittney is a solid driver. She’s had tons of success out west before joining us last year, and ran really well with only having a couple runs with us. She adapts really well to the race track, runs a smart race, and really excels in carrying the knowledge she gains from one race to another, and that’s especially key when you’re running a limited schedule. Curtis and I are happy to have her return next month, and hopefully she can make more races materialize going forward.”

If re-establishing a new home on the opposite side of the country, working, driving race cars, and managing to work on her college degree aren’t enough; Brittney also finds time to devote to a cause that’s especially near and dear to her. She is the founder of a pet rescue and adoption foundation she named Pit Road Pals.

Owning rescues of her own, Brittney wanted to use her platform in racing to be an advocate for shelter pets since they do not have a voice themselves. More information about her organization can be found at

Zamora says her success and continuance to grow her driving program really comes down to one thing – finding more corporate partners.

“I really enjoy working with Rackley W.A.R., and any further Pro or Super Late Model races that I schedule will be with them. I am continually looking for more sponsorship to add races.”

Brittney will return to Nashville’s Fairgrounds Speedway in October, following a rainout for the track’s last scheduled Pro Late Model double-header weekend on Sep. 17-18.

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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 race vehicles in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as well as within the national Super and Pro Late Model ranks. Rackley W.A.R. is headed

and co-owned by Curtis Sutton (Rackley Roofing, Inc.) and motorsports veteran, Willie Allen (Willie Allen Racing and W.A.R. Shocks, LLC).