By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In an interview with Speed Sport News, Jason Johnson Racing team principal Bobbi Johnson, the widow of former Outlaw Jason Johnson, said that the team’s plans beyond the World Finals in November are up in the air. She said nothing is completely solidified.
She did mention that the team is working on some things.
“Before we make any additional announcements, we’re trying to cross our t’s and dot our i’s and get everything together how Jason would want it,” she said. “Our hope and goal is to go with the World of Outlaws in 2019… We’re just making sure that everything falls into place the right way and at the right time.
“Jason always preached the five Ps — perfect preparation prevents poor performance — and that’s where we’re at in all of this, is preparing ourselves as a team and a group for the future. There are quite a few marketing opportunities for us as a team… Which is a new area for me, but it’s exciting times for us.”
Johnson lost his life in a World of Outlaws race in Wisconsin in June. Since that time, Carson Macedo took over on an interim basis. On Monday, the team announced that Joey Saldana will take over for several races that Macedo cannot race in.
Johnson was injured on Lap 18 of the 40-lap feature at the Jim “JB” Boyd Memorial presented by Karavan Trailers at Beaver Dam Raceway in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. The series announced that the 41-year-old died the next day on Sunday, June 24th, 2018.
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