June 21, 2018

Thanks to people like you, last year we raised $43,500 for Alzheimer’s research by replacing our race car’s corporate sponsors with the sponsored names and hometowns of 75 heroes who have been affected by dementia.

Here’s a short video that shows some of the highlights from last year’s race at the world-famous Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. along with the funding presentation earlier this year to UCLA’s Cognitive Health Center (a matching check was also presented to the Nantz National Alzheimer Center in Houston, Texas).

This year, with your help, we can do even better and have set a goal to raise $75,000. For a donation of $250, the name and hometown of the person you want to honor — a current sufferer or someone you’d like to remember — will go along for a truly memorable ride, on a world-renowned race track that leads straight to a brighter future. And with our sponsors’ matching funds, that contribution will triple to $750!

The race to find a cure for Alzheimer’s is a race we can win together. Please help us by making a donation today. Thank you!



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