INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Rayce Rudeen Foundation logo has been featured on the No. 26 blue Rudeen Racing sprint car for the past two years now. This year Rudeen Racing is competing for the Ollie’s All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 series championship as well as Rookie of the Year honors, with California native Cory Eliason behind the wheel.
“To be a part of Kevin Rudeen’s sprint car team is such an incredible opportunity.” Eliason said, “When I joined the team, I learned more about the Rayce Rudeen Foundation. It is an honor to be able to be the driver that represents the Foundation at every track we go to. I really hope, especially for the race at 34 Raceway, we can make everyone proud of our results as a team.”
Cory is extremely supportive of the Rayce Rudeen Foundation’s mission to be a force against addiction. “Addiction is an epidemic in America, and unfortunately it is often left in the dark. Bringing awareness to the racing community allows people to see that there is help out there, and people from all walks of life really do care. The Rayce Rudeen Foundation is a perfect example of educating the public on how people become trapped in addiction and the steps to take to overcome it. It’s nice to be involved with an organization willing to help the community with these issues.”
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