Chili Pepper Racing, racing for the health of it

OFF TRACK EXCURSION RESULTS IN BIG SETBACK FOR CHILI PEPPER RACING

Ooltewah, TN.
June 25, 2006


Starting 19th in a highly competitive field, Osborn advanced quickly chasing the Mid-Ohio winning Audi Quattro turbos. Through two cautions Osborn ran a strong steady pace eventually catching a pair of blue BMWs. Hard charging Osborn continued to press forward while the blue competitors appeared to be falling off the pace. Cresting a rise at turn 4 Osborn spun while taking an evasive maneuver to avoid contact with the car he was attempting to pass for position. Unfortunately, the spun was costly and left Osborn finishing 20th.  

Chili Pepper Racing now readies for round 5 at Miller Motorsport Park in Toole, Utah, July 15, 2006.
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