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Thomas “Moose” Praytor

Career Highlights

§       1999 Yard Carts J & J Speedway

§       2000 Junior Sportsman Go-Carts J & J Speedway

  §       2001 Purchased Outdoor Channel Bandolero

§       2002 Competed at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Sunny South Raceway in Outdoor Channel Bandolero

§       2003 State of Alabama Bandolero Track Champion & Sunny South Raceway Bandolero Track Champion

§       2005 Competed in both Bandolero and Legend cars with sponsorship from the Outdoor Channel

§       2006 US Army Rookie of the Year at Mobile International Speedway in Outdoor Channel Super Stock

§       2007 Rookie of the Year at Pensacola’s 5 Flags Speedway, Runner up in Championship at both Mobile and Pensacola in G-Force Super Stock

  §       2008 US Army Rookie of the Year at Mobile International Speedway in G-Force Pro-Late Model

   
§      2009 5th in Championship points standings at Mobile International Speedway in G-Force Pro-Late Model  

bullet 2010 – Finished  in the top 10 in championship points at Mobile International Speedway and Pensacola's 5 Flags Speedway 

 

bullet 2011 – Moose and his Max Force Team were the Ironman of the Gulf Coast this season as the only team to compete in every Late Model race (Pro & Super) at Mobile International Speedway and Five Flags Speedway. The Moose finished 5th in Midwest Cooling Towers Series at Mobile,  8th in the Allen turner Hyundai Series at Five Flags and 10th in the Sunoco Gulf Coast Championship Series in the Super Late Model. Tested ARCA car for Andy Belmont Racing at Daytona Superspeedway.

 

bullet 2012-The Moose made his first ARCA start in the Inaugural ARCA-Mobile 200 at Mobile International Speedway. A 20th place finish at Talladega followed along with a couple of ARCA starts for Venturini Motorsports. When he wasn’t ARCA racing the Moose was competing in the Miller Lite Super Late Model Series.
 
bullet 2013-Teamed with Hixson Motorsports for first full season of ARCA competition, finished 9th in the Championship standings. Awarded HG -Adcox Sportsmanship Award.
 
bullet 2014-Second full season of ARCA competition, finished 7th in the Championship standings.
 
bullet 2015-First full season as stand alone race team out of Mobile, Alabama. Finished 8th in points and led first laps on ARCA tour.