Our heartfelt condolences to longtime Racing For Kids driver Stefan Wilson, whose crash Monday took him out of this weekend’s Indianapolis 500. Stefan had a solid qualifying run and was highly competitive all week. Our prayers are with him to make a complete recovery. We’re disappointed not to see Stefan in the cockpit this weekend, […]
Coming off of his podium finish at Saturday’s IndyCar Dual in Detroit, Dale Coyne Racing’s Conor Daly paid a visit to the kids at Cook Children’s Hospital. The rising IndyCar star made the stop before hitting the track at Texas Motor Speedway for Saturday night’s Firestone 600.
Conor was joined by Racing For Kids National Spokesperson Robbie Buhl. Representatives from Racing For Kids’ supporters iRex Group and TranSystems also joined the fun. The contingency spent time with more than 40 young patients. The activity was centered in the hospital’s kids zone where Conor signed autographs and answered questions about being a professional racer. Local Fox 4 news crew joined in and interviewed Conor about racing and being part of Racing For Kids hospital visits.
The patients received Racing For Kids hats and other goodies. Parents and staff welcomed Conor and asked many questions. The visit was topped off with a check presentation from iRex Group to Racing For Kids to benefit Cook Children’s. iRex graciously donated $2000 as the company continues to support Racing For Kids and Cook’s Children’s Hospital.