Racing For Cancer Announces Two-Day Exclusive Racing School … Hosted By Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe …

Posted: September 15, 2015 in Uncategorized



INDIANAPOLIS (SEPTEMBER 15, 2015) For the first time ever, Racing For Cancer is pleased to announce an exclusive racing school event running December 7-9 2015 with partner Skip Barber Racing School at the world famous Laguna Seca Raceway on the Monterey Peninsula in California. This event will consist of two full days of on-track activity, including hot laps in Porsche 911’s, and instruction by special guest instructors Verizon IndyCar Series stars Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar and Indianapolis 500 Champion, and multiple IndyCar race winner, and fan favorite, James Hinchcliffe, as well as the Skip Barber Racing School instructors.

Hunter-Reay and Hinchcliffe will host a welcome cocktail reception and exclusive private dinners with the participants and their guests where they will experience the Monterey Bay and Carmel cuisine. Options include staying at the renowned Inn at Spanish Bay overlooking the Pacific Ocean and playing a full round of golf with Hunter-Reay and Hinchcliffe at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course. With scenic views of Carmel Bay and the Pacific Ocean it is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful courses in the world.

Ryan Hunter-Reay’s charity, Racing for Cancer, is well known for their ‘Yellow Party’ events that are staged several times each year coinciding with the Indianapolis 500 and other Verizon IndyCar Series races to raise funds supporting various cancer initiatives. With the addition of this new event, Racing for Cancer has expanded beyond its existing stand-out events.

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About Racing for Cancer

Racing for Cancer is the non-profit organization founded by 2012 IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay following his mother’s passing from cancer. Since 2010, Racing for Cancer has been working towards its goal of bringing motorsports fans, teams, drivers, and sponsors together to join in the fight to beat cancer. Founded with the goal of beating cancer, Racing for Cancer, celebrated a successful 2014 as they reached and exceeded many of their goals. The non-profit’s greatest milestone to date came in November 2014 when Hunter-Reay and his family had the honor of presenting the Cleveland Clinic Florida Maroone Cancer Center with $2.5 million dollars. The generous donation made possible by top sponsor AutoNation, Inc. and donors nationwide took just four short years of fundraising. The Center’s lobby is named in memory of Hunter-Reay’s late mother, Lydia Hunter-Reay, who lost her battle with cancer in November of 2009.

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