Hot Shot’s Secret donated $6,000 to Battle Scarred Motorsports. The funds will help convert donated police cars into hand-controlled race cars. Veterans as well as first responders who no longer have full use of their legs will race the hand-controlled cars.
The Battle Scarred Motorsports organization’s mission is to impact the lives of past and present service members and first responders. The organization accomplishes this by putting veterans and first responders on the track or on the crew in the pits.
In addition to this donation, Hot Shot’s Secret also provides all of the oils, fuel, and oil additives for the entire Battle Scarred Motorsports race team and for their diesels that tow the race cars.
GETTING ON BOARD
Lubrication Specialties director of branding and promotions, Kyle Fischer, learned about the vehicle donation and conversion; as a result, he felt this was a cause the company should fully support.
Fischer says the program gives veterans and first responders an opportunity to experience “adrenaline therapy.”
Additionally, he says the process to convert police cars into race cars is long, and they are excited to help.
Battle Scarred Motorsports Founder and CEO, Brian Czech says, “Our military and first responder communities share a unique bond of brother and sisterhood. The opportunity to provide all of our heroes with the thrill of racing will only help cement that bond on the racetrack. We are grateful to Hot Shot’s Secret for their ongoing support for Battle Scarred Motorsports. I can’t wait to see the first hand-controlled race car pass the checkered flag and have someone who only dreamed of the opportunity to race to be in the winner’s circle.”
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