The Racing Community Helping the Racing Community

In 2017, Myrtle Beach Speedway racer Terry Evans was critically injured in an accident on his way home from practicing for a race at the track. He ultimately succumbed to his injuries. As a result The Racing Brotherhood Foundation was established. The initial mission of the foundation was to help the families of racers who were killed following their passion. As the foundation began to grow and the interaction with the racing community expanded, the mission became glaringly short sighted. As a result, the foundation now looks to assist members of the racing community with needs in their lives. While it can’t help everyone in the sport, it will absolutely try.

The foundation plans to help racing family members to:

  • Cover funeral expenses

  • Pay hospital bills

  • Help children deal with the loss of an adult

  • Assist crew members and families in need

  • Aid their children through scholarships

  • Engage fans with drivers through events

  • Pursue their dreams

These are lofty aspirations that will never be fully realized. However, with the assistance of the racing community, many families can and will receive help that will make their life better. The foundation has plans in the coming year to host:

  • 50/50 drawings at major short track events throughout the United States

  • A car raffle

  • Poker runs

  • Festivals

  • Cooking competitions

  • Events to unite the racing community to help others

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