2020 Phil Hill Challenge Match
- $25,150 Raised … then Double It! 50% 50%
Upcoming Drive Toward a Cure Events
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Getaway includes a full day of Unlimited Touring Laps at the NCM Motorsports Park before heading to The Brown Hotel in Louisville and a local “speakeasy” for great food and libations, and a chance to unwind. Saturday will feature a relaxing day touring several hand-picked Kentucky Bourbon distilleries with three meals included. Finally, on Sunday we explore some great back roads with lunch at the Bavarian Bierhaus in Nashvillle and we go behind the scenes at the Lane Motor Museum!
Signature Road Rallies
The fall colors in the Northeast are second to none! Whether you’re local or coming from parts that don’t experience such a dramatic change in seasons, it’s always a really special experience. And there is hardly a better way to enjoy it than driving your favorite car along the many classic back roads and byways of the Appalachian Mountains. The 2020 Drive Toward a Cure “Northeast Adventure” will continue to put Drive Toward a Cure at the pinnacle of driving events, blending cars and camaraderie for a great cause.
NCM Motorsports Park is once again hosting a FULL DAY of Touring Lapping in support of Parkinson’s Disease research and patient care. ALL makes are welcome; convertibles are welcome; there is no helmet requirement; and passengers are allowed too! Click for full details about the NCM Motorsports Park “Drive Toward a Cure Day”!
Drive Toward a Cure Days
Calling all car enthusiasts for DRIVE-IN CHATS with co-ambassadors Jeff Ehoodin and Alexander Davidis of CARCULTURE.TV who are spearheading ‘Conversations for a Cause.’ Sign up, drive up and share the provenance of your favorite ‘ride.’ Play a supporting role that continues beyond the personal, with a socially sharable video. The Northeast is a car collector haven and the goal is to connect with automotive enthusiasts across the Tri-State area and the nation. Highlight that passion by telling your driver stories for the camera.
Funds raised from this drive will benefit Division of Motor Disorders at Columbia University (NY), a Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence.
Event in the works. We’re looking forward to our first event with the Mercedes-Benz Club!
Get Real with Real Cars
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The Latest News…
Taste of Motorsports, the Pacific Northwest’s premier automotive lifestyle event, will be expanding into two additional venues outside of Portland for a total of three events, each aligned with Drive Toward a Cure in an effort to raise additional funds for Parkinson’s.
Drive Toward a Cure is proud to announce that a generous group of anonymous donors have provided a matching fund of $50,000 to honor legendary gentleman driver and America’s first Formula One Champion Phil Hill, who too was challenged by Parkinson’s.
As the Groesbeck Grand Prix – A Motorsports Festival continues to safely plan its inaugural event scheduled for September 5-6, the organization’s founders have named national non-profit Drive Toward a Cure as a beneficiary for the premiere lifestyle event.
Drive Toward a Cure raises funds and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease research and patient care. Proceeds benefit:
Drive Toward a Cure is constantly imagining and investigating new programs to directly benefit Parkinson’s Disease patients and research programs. We would love to hear from you about how you think funds should be directed.
As the world’s largest nonprofit funder of Parkinson’s Disease research, The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to accelerating a cure for Parkinson’s Disease and improved therapies for those living with the condition today.