Someone you know and love has Alzheimer’s.
Imagine how it would feel to see their name and hometown on this incredible Bimmerworld F82 M4 “GTMore” project car as it races across the country in front of thousands of cheering fans. How honored would that person feel? How proud would you be?
One Lap of America was founded by the famous “Cannonball Run” creator Brock Yates — who passed away from Alzheimer’s in 2016. But his sense of fun and adventure live on!
You can be part of this very special event.
Add a name for just $100. Make a difference. Let’s find a cure for this terrible disease.
Because when you’re racing against Alzheimer’s, every lap counts.
Every penny to fight Alzheimer’s
We have raised over $750,000 on behalf of Nantz National Alzheimer Center at Houston Methodist and UCLA’s Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Program. Adding a name to our race car gives you a chance to honor someone with dementia who championed you and made a difference in your life.
Help us fund the care and the cure.Join the fight
“My dad was in tears.
When we saw my mom’s name and hometown on that race car, it brought back so many memories of the times they spent together at Watkins Glen, having driven the pace car around that very track some 50+ years ago. We were both so happy to share those memories and help this amazing cause. Thank you!”
— Leslie Kolins
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Join the race against Alzheimer’s
Donate today and become part of a community that believes in funding the cure and the care for Alzheimer’s.
Together with the MDK Motorsports crew, we are a united front, but we can’t do it without you.Donate now
“What a wonderful way to remember our mother/grandmother.
The whole family donates to a pool for Racing to End Alzheimer’s so we can add not just one, but two names! We all look forward to Daytona — the first race of the season — and seeing those names on the car. Not just that, but also knowing this is helping others in such a worthy cause.”
— Julia Krochmalny
How does it feel to add the name of someone you love?
Listen to Dr. Julie Ito, who put her father’s name on our car, and was very happily surprised at how great it felt to honor him — all while making a contribution to Alzheimer’s research and care.
We hope you’ll join us — and Dr. Ito!Add a name