Here is the line-up of competitors and the charities they are competing for:
6-year-old Faith Yeley, daughter of J.J. Yeley, will be racing for The Jake Raborn Foundation (www.jakesfoundation.org)
6-year-old Sebastian Montoya, son of Juan Pablo Montoya, will be racing for Formula Smiles. (www.formulasmiles.com)
8-year-old Carson Kvapil, son of Travis Kvapil, will be racing for NASCAR Dreams. This program offers seriously injured and chronically ill children and their families the chance to experience a NASCAR race including meeting their favorite NASCAR Driver, attending pre-race ceremonies and watching the race from a VIP seat. (www.nascar.com/foundation)
11-year-old Todd Gilliland, son of David Gilliland, will be racing for Sherrills Ford Optimist Park. This facility suffered a massive fire over the summer destroying trophies, gear and uniforms stored in attic of the clubhouse. Over 100 children from the local neighborhoods rely on this facility for everything from football, baseball, softball, cheerleading and more. (www.leaguelineup.com)
17-year-old Ryan Blaney, son of David Blaney, will be racing for the Alzheimer's Association. (www.alz.org/northcarolina)
GameStop’s #20 driver Joey Logano will also be on hand to coach two wild card racers. He’ll pick two lucky individuals from the crowd to compete in the battle, and, if they should win, they’ll take home $5,000 in addition to the charity donation.
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