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INDIANAPOLIS – The Driven2SaveLives BC39 will have fun its fifth working in 2023 by transferring to a brand new date as a standalone weekend occasion, Sept. 27-30 at The Dust Monitor at IMS, that includes a brand new format putting the wheel-to-wheel racing of United States Auto Membership (USAC) NOS Power Drink Midget Nationwide Championship in a fair greater highlight.
Motion underneath the lights will begin Wednesday, Sept. 27, persevering with each evening by the 39-lap BC39 characteristic race Saturday, Sept. 30.
Occasion format, ticket info and different occasion particulars will probably be introduced sooner or later.
“The BC39 continues to attract followers and opponents from across the nation because it has change into probably the most prestigious grime observe races in the USA,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles stated. “In 2023, followers will see extra racing on extra nights, which is nice information for everybody who shares the fervour for this extremely aggressive sequence and its proficient drivers.
“An expanded schedule additionally will encourage extra folks to register for organ donation by the Indiana Donor Community, a trigger that was so necessary to Bryan Clauson and stays a spotlight of the Clauson household.”
The occasion on the quarter-mile grime oval inside Flip three at IMS will proceed to honor late USAC champion and three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Bryan Clauson and enhance consciousness of and participation within the Indiana Donor Community and Driven2SaveLives.
“We’re excited to see the Driven2SaveLives BC39 return for 2023,” stated Tim Clauson, Bryan Clauson’s father. “We’re humbled that Roger Penske and Doug Boles see this occasion worthy of getting a devoted weekend on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Attending to honor Bryan’s reminiscence, in addition to share the story of organ and tissue donation at a spot so particular to Bryan, is solely superb. Thanks to Roger, Doug and USAC for persevering with to develop this occasion.”
Mentioned Taylor McLean, advertising and marketing program specialist for Indiana Donor Community and Bryan Clauson’s sister: “Everybody at Indiana Donor Community and Driven2SaveLives is thrilled to see the BC39 return for the fifth yr on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2023. It’s an honor to have the ability to be part of an occasion that Bryan can be pleased with. We’re so excited to proceed to provide drivers and followers a spot to honor Bryan and proceed constructing help for organ donation and transplantation inside the racing group by our Driven2SaveLives ambassador program.”
Buddy Kofoid gained the Driven2SaveLives BC39 in August en path to his second consecutive USAC Nationwide Midget Championship. He outdueled Cannon McIntosh in a cushion-riding thriller.
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