INNISFIL, Ontario — Despite starting the night off on a rough note, Cheyenne Reed-Charles rebounded for a top-10 finish.
Unfortunately after showing speed in practice, Reed-Charles ended off the session on the tow truck following an incident to close the session. The Reed-Charles Motorsports team went to work, along with help from Jacob Booth, Josh Bullen, and Jess Farrell and were able to have her ready for the races that night.
She would battle hard throughout the action, and despite the car not being as she preferred, she was able to finish fourth and fifth in her heats before a 10th in the feature.
As previously announced, Reed-Charles has launched a campaign titled Race Against Mental Health, with sales from apparel, stickers, and more carrying the logo going to the Canadian Mental Health Assocation (CMHA).
Founded in 1918, CMHA is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada. Through a presence in more than 330 communities across every province and one territory, CMHA provides advocacy, programs and resources that help to prevent mental health problems and illnesses, support recovery and resilience, and enable all Canadians to flourish and thrive. You can learn more about CMHA by checking out their website at https://cmha.ca/.
Reed-Charles will receive support from Thor Motors Orillia, Clean Up and Demolition, Earth Electric, G&H Auto Service Orillia, Effective Automation Systems Inc., Just 2 Guys Property Maintenance, and Epic Racewear this season.
Fans can keep up with the team and latest news throughout the winter by visiting their page at https://www.facebook.com/reedcharlesmotorsports.
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