Wally Wilson Racing is proud to continue taking a stand against bullying across the province as they will to support #BurnoutTheBully, carrying the decal on both the Queenston OSCAAR Modified and Outlaw Midget.
Although some people will tell you that high school is full dreams and great memories, it isn’t always that way for everybody. Taylor Thring unfortunately learned that the hard way, as she was constantly bullied to the point that she ended up having to leave the school.
With having gone through her own fair share of bullying, Taylor Thring decided she wanted to make a difference and brought about #BurnouttheBully in February 2017.
Although Taylor Thring strives to do well, she is making a bigger difference in the community, and really the world in general, in spreading awareness about bullying through her #burnoutthebully campaign.
It appears things are setting up for a great season at Flamboro Speedway as Saturday’s Test & Tune saw the pits jam-packed with over 40 cars from across the track’s divisions, as well as supporting series, in attendance to lay down their first laps of 2017.
After racing go-karts for seven seasons, Taylor Thring made the next step up in her racing career this past season in moving up to Flamboro Speedway’s Mini Stock division. Consistently working on getting better each week paid off en route to finishing 13th in the season ending standings.