Stafford Springs, CT — CARQUEST and Stafford Motor Speedway have begun the New Year in the spirit of giving by extending personal invitations to open-wheel Champions for the very first CARQUEST Champions for Charities event.
“With the driving talent that we have lined up, it’s going to be a great fight to see who will end up in victory lane as the race winner,” said Rich Pallai, Vice President of Marketing for CARQUEST. “However, the biggest winner will be the charities that the drivers are racing for.”
Special invitations have been sent to past and current champions from the Whelen Modified Tour, Whelen All-American Series, ISMA Super Modifieds, Modified Racing Series, and Stafford’s SK Modified® divisions to form a star-studded cast that will pilot Senior Outlaw Go-Karts all in the name of charity. A list of 12 drivers has been confirmed for the CARQUEST Champions for Charities race, which will be held in conjunction with the CARQUEST Extreme Tuesday program.