Thirteen-year-old Ryan Rackley will make his Limited Late Model debut driving for Lee Faulk Racing and Development during Myrtle Beach 250 weekend on Nov. 9-10 at Myrtle Beach Speedway.

Rackley, who recently became a client of McCallister Precision Marketing, will compete in the 50-lap Southeast Limited Late Model Series Challenger division feature aboard a potent Lee Faulk Racing and Development late model that will carry sponsorship from Centinel Spine, LLC.

The Georgia resident recently took part in several test sessions with Lee Faulk Racing and Development and based on his steady progress, the decision was made for him to make his limited late model debut at Myrtle Beach to close out the year.

“I’m really looking forward to making my debut in a full-bodied stock car at Myrtle Beach,” said Rackley, a graduate of Legends car racing. “I’ve had the chance to test with the Faulk team a few times now and I’ve improved every time I’ve gotten in the race car. This will be a great test to see how far along I am and what I need to work on for 2019.”

Joining Rackley for his limited late model debut will be Centinel Spine, an industry leader in anterior column reconstruction of the spine.

Centinel Spine, the pioneer of the No-Profile®, Integrated Interbody™ has a 30-year global clinical history of success behind these devices for treatment of degenerative disc disease. The company recently announced the acquisition of the worldwide assets of the prodisc® Total Disc Replacement portfolio, the most extensive total disc replacement portfolio in the world with the longest history of use. The acquisition is the next step in the evolution of Centinel Spine executing on its mission to become the worldwide leading company addressing spinal disease through anterior access to the spine with the widest breadth and depth of technology platforms.

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“It’s an honor to represent Centinel Spine and I can’t thank the company enough for their support during my limited late model debut,” said Rackley. “Our goal is to put together a solid showing for Lee Faulk Racing and for Centinel Spine and hopefully I can learn a lot in my first late model race that I can carry into next year.”