Allison Ricci Racing First Ever Super Dirt Week Event With Determination And A Friendly Family Voice On The Spotters Channel


October 3, 2018 (Oswego, NY) – Super Dirt Week 2018 is underway for the King Of Dirt Racing ‘Dirty Dozen’ drivers at the clay palace. KOD at SDW is powered by Race Pro Weekly exclusively and features full articles through the digital media giant, however we’ve broken down the news into individual driver info blasts for your reading pleasure. To read full article click the link to Race Pro Weekly below in the comments. We begin today’s part 3 with KOD tour award winner and most popular 358 Modified driver, Allison Ricci.

Allison Ricci is wildly popular both on and off the racetrack. She stormed onto the King Of Dirt Racing 358 Modified scene with a 3rd place finish two years ago at Devil’s Bowl and just finished a solid season of Small Block competition with a 2nd place run at Lebanon Valley back in September. She’s been top five in point standings each KOD season, which included four top five finishes and 9 top 10 finishes in 12 races. Don’t let the blonde hair and pretty smile fool you; she’s ready to battle every time she straps on her helmet.

Ricci’s never raced before at Super Dirt Week, but that doesn’t slow her determination to leave her mark on the clay palace. Last fall she was busy winning the King Of Dirt Racing Most Popular Driver award for the 358 Modified division, which she may very well claim again when the Fall Madness tournament begins following Oswego. It was her Award Of Excellence honors that earned her accolades for her work with Miles Of Hope Brest Cancer Awareness.

“I’ve been to Super Dirt Week a few times when my dad raced, but this will be my first time competing. My goals are simple for my first time there and that’s to make the show. That’s all I want. I like the parties and hanging out with friends, but I love long distance races and now my dad will be spotting for me like I did for him. That’s pretty cool how the tables have turned now,” said an enthusiastic Ricci about heading to SDW for the first time.

With Super Dirt Week officially here this King Of Dirt Racing exclusive through Race Pro Weekly featuring the ‘Dirty Dozen’ is for your racing enjoyment. We spend a lot of time giving publicity to KOD tour drivers who earned a spot in the ‘Dirty Dozen.’ We hope you’ve enjoyed this three part driver documentary from King Of Dirt Racing.

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