The Stinger made it's debut this last weekend at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It was the first Indy race in more than 10 years at the venue.
"The Stinger showcases the signatures of more than 155 former Indy 500 starters. Window World Cares, the charitable foundation of Window World, is making a donation for each signature received to support causes such as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Veterans Airlift Command. Since 2008, Window World Cares has raised more than $2.1 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and supported 16 missions for Veterans Airlift Command and donated more than 40,000 miles.
Currently, the Stinger features the signatures of legends and drivers, including Mario Andretti, Dan Whelon, Dario Franchitti, Buddy Rice, Tom Sneva, Johnny Rutherford, Scott Dixon, Sam Schmidt and Bobby Unser. Sam Posey, a veteran racecar driver and sports journalist, signed the car on Thursday, August 11.
"The story of the Stinger is a story of hope we can tell through Window World Cares, from children and their families battling life-threatening diseases to wounded or special needs soldiers and their families who have stood up for our freedom," said Tammy Whitworth, Chairman and CEO, Window World, Inc. and co-founder, Window World Cares. The legends of the Indianapolis 500 have served as inspiration to those who race, but it is the children and families we work with on a daily basis that inspire us to do all we can to help."
To read the entire press release, please visit our website.