Ryder Wells Finishes 16th in B-Main of the C. Bell Micro Mania, beats 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Champ D
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Ryder Wells, 15, made his presence known and had a strong run in the C. Bell Micro Mania at Lil' Texas Motor Speedway and even though his night ended one race early, he beat finished ahead of 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Champion Daniel Hemric.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Txylo -- DRIVER: Ryder Wells

HOMETOWN: Lumberton, TX          AGE: 15

FORT WORTH, TX (September 25, 2022)
– A strong showing in qualifying and during his heat races on the opening day of action in the C. Bell Micro Mania at Lil' Texas Motor Speedway resulted in Lumberton, TX teen, Ryder Wells, locking into the B-main.

Wells started in 11th as two-time NASCAR Champion Kyle Busch led the field to the green and held his position for a couple of laps before being pushed into the outside wall along the front stretch. The contact temporarily upset the handling of his car and he fell to the back of the 22-car field. However, Wells refused to give up and drove his Outlaw Non-Wing Micro back up the 16th before running out of laps.

The finish wasn't enough to transfer into the A-Main but it was one spot ahead of 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion Daniel Hemric.

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"That was a blast," Wells said, after taking a few minutes to reflect on his race after coming off the track. "I raced as hard as I could and kept in one piece. I was battling to move up and got into the wall. We had a long green flag run and that hurt us a little because the tires really heated up and the increased air pressures made handling tougher. But I was still able to race and I so happy that I was in the B-Main against Kyle Busch."

Busch finished the race in fourth after overdriving his car while racing side-by-side with Camping World Truck Series Champion Sheldon Creed, the eventual heat race winner.

"My qualifying times were better than Kyle's (Busch) and all of the NASCAR guys," Wells said. "They just made better adjustments on their cars for the main event.

"We will take what we learned and use it to help us going forward. I want to thank the team at Sawyer Chassis, my sponsor Kickin' the Tires, Christopher Bell and Texas Motor Speedway for hosting the race and most importantly, my mom and dad, who not only cheer me on but work hard so that I can follow my dreams."

Follow Ryder Wells on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook at: RyderWRacing or RyderWellsRacing.com

For sponsorship inquiries, photos or driver interviews and appearances, contact Jerry Jordan, Kickin' Marketing and Consulting at 409-498-1074 or by email at jerry@kickinthetires.net.

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