Durham, ON (March 27, 2017)- As part of the first race of the 2017 season, OSCAAR is set to give back to the community.
In partnership with Tim Tolton and Black Magic Racing, OSCAAR will be raising money for the Ontario Special Olympics – North Wellington “Bravehearts” at Full Throttle Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 21.
The track’s weekly 50/50 draw will see funds donated to the Bravehearts. Though as an added incentive, each ticket purchased will allow you to a chance to win one of the many additional bonus prizes.
Special Olympics is a “non-profit, multi-sport organization” focused on providing sports training, through four sports clubs and competition, to meet the needs and interests of people with intellectual disabilities. Across Ontario, there are 14,000 athletes currently apart of the program.
The Wellington North group currently features over thirty athletes who get the chance to work with the group’s registered volunteers and coaches. You can find out more information about the Wellington North Bravehearts at http://www.nw-bravehearts.com/.
Black Magic Racing worked with the group last year, raising money through an event at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, as well as taking part in a bowling tournament with some of the athletes.
Tim Tolton is just one of the seven rookies that will be in the field for the OSCAAR Modifieds this year, alongside many familiar faces.
Also on the card for the weekend at Full Throttle Motor Speedway is the Fun Stocks, Mini Stocks, Late Models, Street Stocks, Jr Late Models, Mini Trucks, V8 Pure Trucks, Crazy Trains, Kid Stock, as well as the inaugural event for the OSCAAR Hot Rods.
So make sure to come on out for the first race of the season and enjoy some action, while meeting and supporting these awesome athletes.
By: Ashley McCubbin