Don Schumacher Racing was the dominant force in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series this year. (NHRA Photo)
Don Schumacher Racing was the dominant force in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series this year. (NHRA Photo)

Reflecting On A Strong Year For Don Schumacher Racing

Photo from the 2019 DSR Open House to benefit Riley Hospital for Children; DSR’s annual event was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, but the fundraising efforts were moved online and DSR was able to bring its current total up to $738,000 raised for Riley Kids
Photo from the 2019 DSR Open House to benefit Riley Hospital for Children; DSR’s annual event was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, but the fundraising efforts were moved online and DSR was able to bring its current total up to $738,000 raised for Riley Kids

Racing for Riley Kids

DSR’s highly-anticipated annual tradition of hosting an Open House event on Friday of the U.S. Nationals race week was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Open House, which would have been in its 15th year, is DSR’s largest annual fundraiser for the local Indianapolis organization, Riley Hospital for Children. DSR staff and drivers worked hard to ensure this year’s fundraising efforts would be a success despite the absence of an in-person Open House. Between virtual fundraisers which saw drivers auctioning off Zoom calls and memorabilia, and both an online and trackside silent auction at the U.S. Nationals, DSR was able to bring its current running total up to $738,000 raised for Riley Kids.

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