Praytor Joins Team Patrick for Kansas

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Thomas “Moose” Praytor and his Mobile based race team have teamed up with long time WKRG TV 5 Sports anchor Randy Patrick for Real Men Wear Pink at Kansas Speedway.

Patrick and a group of 2 dozen male community leaders have joined forces to promote Breast Cancer Awareness while raising money for the American Cancer society. The annual contest pits some of Mobile’s heaviest hitters against each other as a unique way for men to support Women in their fight against breast cancer.

Team Patrick“I think everyone knows someone who has been touched by cancer. We recently lost one of our Channel 5 family to breast cancer, it is just a horrible disease,” said Patrick. “The Praytors have always given back to our community and having them part of my campaign, helping promote the cause on National TV is really cool.”

The Randy Patrick Wears Pink car will race at Kansas Speedway on October 20th live on FS1 starting at 7:30.

“We lost my Grandmother to Cancer, my Dad has had cancer plus many more friends and relatives have had to deal with this disease,” offered Praytor. “Every year we’ve changed our numbers to Pink at Kansas to support Breast Cancer Awareness, helping Randy raise money for the fight against Cancer is a natural for us.”

Praytor, the Ironman of the ARCA Series will be making his 102nd consecutive ARCA start at Kansas Speedway closing out his 5th consecutive year in the top 10 of the ARCA Championship standings.

To Donate to Real Men Wear Pink for Randy Patrick: https://tinyurl.com/ycm956ur