David Ragan is racing for a good cause at New Hampshire
The NASCAR season is nearly completed. There are numerous driver’s looking to put deals together for next season and beyond.
Fans love to see when drivers and teams donate their quarterpannel’s to charities. That’s just what David Ragan and his Front Row Motorsports team have planned for this weekend.
The team has partnered with Shriner’s Hospital for Children which has 22 hospitals across the nation including one in Canada according to their website.
Shriner’s attempts to provide care for any child with conditions that can’t be cured in other hospitals.
Teaming up with David Ragan and the No. 34 team should help raise some money for the hospital. Two of the 22 hospitals are located near the track. One is in Boston, MA and the other is located in Springfield, MA.
Ragan hasn’t had a great year, which to his expense, he knew would happen. However, according to Inc. Magazine’s list of top 5,000 fastest growing companies which are privately owned throughout the country.
In fact, the team has made other companies grow as well. This should provide them with the necessary funding to grow their program over the next few years, a program they hope to have David Ragan involved in.
The team has had more than 12 sponsors between their three teams.
Even though between the three cars, Front Row Motorsports only has one top ten finish this season. Ironically, it was Ragan who drove his car to a seventh place finish at Talladega Superspeedway in April.
This weekend’s race at New Hampshire is significant for Ragan and his crew.
Besides attempting to earn another top ten finish, gaining momentum heading into next season, their sponsor will likely be the most important one within the 47 car entry list.
Joseph Wolkin can be followed on Twitter at @JosephNASCAR.
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