Darlington Raceway plays host to Classic Car Show, Track Laps
Story by scnow.com. Photos by Matthew Robertson, Morning News.
Darlington Raceway played host Saturday, August 21, to Track Laps for Charity and a Classic Car Show that left the pavement around the Cup garage full of new and old cars on display.
In addition to competing in the car show, the entry fee covered track laps as well so many classic cars got their laps in along with competing in the show.
The laps this time benefited Blessings in a Backpack.
“Blessings in a Backpack is an organization that is serving communities across the nation to help end childhood hunger,” said Darlington Raceway President Kerry Tharp. “We are proud to support this outstanding organization by welcoming our loyal fans to the track Too Tough To Tame for a fun community event to benefit a worthy cause.”
Saturday was the third Track Laps for Charity event of the year as Darlington Raceway continues to partner with organizations making a difference in communities.
“Blessings in a Backpack is thrilled to partner with our friends at Darlington Raceway,” said Beth Bush, director of athletic partnerships. “In an effort to spread awareness on childhood hunger, Blessings and Darlington Shares will impact the Darlington community by providing over 1,300 hunger-free weekends through donations made at the Track Laps for Charity event.”