June 9, 2018

Jim Hatcher was an early supporter of Racing to End Alzheimer’s. Last season he wrote a poem that means so much to so many that we’ve decided to post it here so more of you can enjoy it. If you’ve been close to someone who’s been affected by Alzheimer’s — as a victim or a caregiver — we’re sure it will mean a lot to you, too. Thanks, Jim, for your beautiful, heartfelt words.

 



share this post

 

More News & Updates

Track Talk: What’s new in 2019

It’s a “new year” in more ways than one for the Legistics racing team. New car. New class. New sponsors. New drivers. Not to mention exciting new developments in our Racing to End Alzheimer’s fundraising campaign. Race 1: Daytona Building on the momentum from last year’s winning season, the Legistics/Racing to End Alzheimer’s racing team […]

Read more

Saving the best for last

ATLANTA, GEORGIA — It was the final race of the season: the grueling Motul Petit LeMans at Road Atlanta. Driver Nick Galante set the tone and the pace, grabbing the ST Class pole position — the team’s ninth this season — his BMW proudly sporting its Racing to End Alzheimer’s livery covered with 126 names […]

Read more

A Song for You “Music is therapy.” Dorothy Morris attests to that, and she should know. The Fresno native has been singing professionally and thrilling audiences for years under the stage name “Lady Coco”. She counts as early influences her parents, who were both musically inclined, as well as such disparate luminaries as Sarah Vaughan, […]

Read more

A Race to Remember

WEATHERTECH RACEWAY LAGUNA SECA, CA — When the BimmerWorld Racing team’s #81 BMW took to the track at the legendary WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca this past weekend, it was immediately obvious that something special was going on. In place of the names of the team’s corporate sponsors, the car was covered with the donor-sponsored names […]

Read more