KEY MOTORSPORTS TO PAY TRIBUTE TO RYAN MOORE’S LATE UNCLE
MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA - Key Motorsports will help its young driver, Ryan Moore, memorialize his late uncle, Wayne Plummer, during this weekend’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at the Kansas Speedway.
The #40 Key Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado will display a special decal in memory of the 55-year-old Plummer during the running of Saturday afternoon’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 250. Plummer died suddenly this week in Damariscotta, Maine from complications after open-heart surgery.
“My uncle (Ryan’s mother Roxanne’s brother) always supported my racing efforts and attended a lot of my races,” Moore said. “I am extremely grateful to Curtis (team owner Curtis W. Key, Sr.) for thinking of me and my family in this difficult time, and I hope that our race team can perform well in Kansas this weekend with uncle Wayne’s name on the side of our race truck,” he added.
Plummer passed away on Tuesday. He was an educator, a successful real estate broker, the former Executive Director for the Central Lincoln County Recreation Center and a YMCA administrator who loved the outdoors.
Plummer leaves behind two children, companion Lynette Naylor, his mother Madelyn Pierce, three sisters and a brother.
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