Giving to the Community: $27,500 was donated to local charities as a result of the two ‘tracks’ Talladega high-speed events in 2022

Benefit Standard Road for North Talladega County as well as Boys and Girls Clubs in both Central Alabama and East Central Alabama; Next event set on August 13

Tladega, Ala. – Officials at Talladega Superspeedway are grateful for the incredible support from the local community, as well as tourists, for the first two 2022 “Track Laps for Charity” fundraisers, which raised $27,500 for local organizations.

“All we can say is ‘thank you.’” We are very much indebted to the many people who have participated in our two-track charity events so far in 2022,” said Brian Crichton, President of Talladega Superspeedway. , along with countless other people from many states in the Southeast, who have made the journey to drive on the world’s largest trail, have raised money for our local charities. Donating $27,500 is another way to show our commitment to our community.

“We also can’t thank the media enough for their support in getting the word out to so many people. Both events were fun and informative. We are so happy to host them, and can’t wait for the next Charity track courses, which are set for Saturday, August 13th. Fans will be able to Back from feeling the 33 Degrees of Banking on NASCAR’s largest oval and witnessing the Talladega Garage experience up close.”

The first Charity Track courses on April 12 raised $12,500 and were split between Boys and Girls Clubs in Central Alabama and East Central Alabama. The second event was on June 18 and a check for $15,000 was written to United Way in North Talladega County.

As Crichton said, the following charity track courses are scheduled for Saturday, August. 13, and will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. CST. The money raised will go to “A League of Our Own – Oxford,” an organization that gives mentally and physically disabled children the chance to play baseball. The final event of 2022 will take place on Saturday 3rd December. For just $50, guests will be able to take two rides around the 2.66-mile Mammoth Trail in their personal vehicles as well as take a tour of the stunning Talladega Garage Experience (Open House). A minimum donation of $50 per car/truck in the two phases will help raise money for Speedway’s Outreach Fund, “Deja gives, A donation fund donor to the NASCAR Foundation.

In addition, he introduced the new track Lap Track + Race Ticket Package. For just $100, guests (one car) will not only be able to take two rides around the 2.66-mile venue, but they’ll also get two tickets to the YellaWood 500, scheduled for Sunday, October 2.

It is highly recommended to pre-register for the August 13 event at https://www.nascarfoundation.org/talladegagives or click over here. Track Laps for Charity can also be purchased on the day of the event.

As part of the Talladega Garage Experience Open House, families will get a peek at 140,000 SF, complete with a Kids Zone and Game Zone, the unique 35,000-square-foot “BIG BILL’s” covered outdoor social club and Ruoff Mortgage Victory Lane. Attendees will be able to have their photo taken alongside the official Chevrolet Camaro Bases at Talladega Superspeedway and the traditional Vulcan Cup (a miniature version of the mega car) Vulcan statue – www.visitvulcan.com Awarded to each NASCAR Cup Series winner in ‘Dega’. Both will be placed on Ruoff Mortgage Victory Lane where Ross Chastain celebrated after taking over the GEICO 500 in April.

Guests at the August 13 Track Laps For Charity event will see how racing fans attending the YellaWood 500 will immerse themselves in the sport of NASCAR by being able to get up close to the best NASCAR drivers and teams via a fan driveway under the same roof as the NASCAR Cup Series garage bays. The YellaWood 500 will culminate in a faded triple-header this weekend at NASCAR, October 1-2. For race weekend (which also includes Saturday, October 1 Sparks 300 and Chevy Silverado 250) ticket information, log in www.talladegasuperspeedway.com.

Fans are encouraged to keep up with all the action at the biggest and worst racetrack on the planet by following the Talladega Superspeedway at TwitterAnd the Facebook And the Instagramplus all-new NASCAR tracks Application. For the latest Speedway news.

About Talladega Superspeedway
The Talladega Superspeedway is the most competitive racetrack on the NASCAR schedule (recording 88 changes in 188 laps), the highest bank (33 degrees) and longest (2.66 miles), as well as the most fun and fan-friendly. Racing in a wide three and four at 200 mph is standard at the Talladega Superspeedway, along with the photo-finishing. For information, visit www.talladegasuperspeedway.com Or call 1-877-Go2-DEGA.