PETALUMA, CA (September 9, 2016): John McCutchen, driver of the No. 007 Aston Martin Vantage, is racing for TRG-AMR for a charitable cause. His goal is to use the allure of professional motorsport to raise awareness of the American Heart Association’s “Hands Only CPR” campaign, a program that has been adopted by K-12 schools in over twenty states. In exchange for a donation to the charity, McCutchen will add the donor’s name to his No. 007 TRG-AMR Godstone Ranch/On Time Electric/Order of St John/Upstream Engineering racecar for the Lone Star Le Mans weekend, September 15-17.
Donors receive access to TRG-AMR’s racing paddock for the weekend, allowing them up-close access to McCutchen and the team’s other drivers, the crew, driver meetings and access to this fantastic event. McCutchen will co-drive the Aston Martin in the IMSA WeatherTech Championship, which will also host the Lamborghini Super Trofeo and the famous WEC evening race, where Le Mans cars will race through the twilight and into darkness on Saturday night. For anyone who enjoys racing, this is one of the premiere events in the United States for world-class sportscar racing.
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Donors to this fund receive the following at these funding levels:
$5,000: Two TRG paddock passes, your name or logo on the #007 Aston Martin, inclusion in driver or team meetings and a chance to meet the drivers.
$10,000: Four TRG Paddock Passes, larger name or logo on the #007 Aston Martin, pit wall signage, plus all of the above.
$25,000: Prominent car signage, mention in the TRG website, social media, and post-race news release, Wednesday dealership event access.
$25,000+ Name the car within limits plus all of the above.
Tax Deductible-Donations Can Be Made to TRG-AMR must be made by September 13th.
Godstone Ranch Motorsports, a Texas 501(c)(iii) non-profit corporation, is raising awareness and funds for the American Heart Association’s Hands-Only CPR campaign as a result of their desire to see motorsports contribute more to our daily lives and be more than simply a sport. John McCutchen, his wife Karen, and the Honorable Mica Mosbacher using the allure of professional motorsports as a means to support and to promote awareness of a charitable concern.