ALL-AMERICAN GIRL RACING WINS BUFFALO BILLS 400 IN THEIR DEBUT

ORANGE, Calif.-  All-American Girl Racing (AAGR) won in their first off-road race, driving the SoBe Life Water class 10 car to victory at the Buffalo Bills 400 in Primm, Nevada.  AAGR experienced a nearly flawless day and drove the car to victory.

Less than two months ago, the AAGR was formed by Heather Bonanni, Jamie Nye, Cari Penhall, Lori Lynch, Kate Sutton and sisters, Beccy and Robyn Gordon.  All of these ladies grew up in the desert watching their fathers, brothers, uncles, husbands and boyfriends race. They figured it was time for the men to help them get behind the wheel. 

“I never thought this ‘crazy’ dream we had seven months ago would turn into a reality,” said Heather Bonanni, driver and team co-owner.  “It’s bigger and better than I had ever imagined.  I am so lucky to be on a team with such a great group of women.  I would like to thank everyone who helped with our program for their hard work and most importantly for believing in us.”

SoBe Life Water will partner with AAGR as the team’s official refueling beverage.  AAGR is the first and only all-female race team to compete in SNORE, MDR, and SCORE International Off-Road racing events, including the treacherous Baja 500 and the infamous Baja 1000.

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