Falci Adaptive Motorsports Meets the Monster Mile at Dover
Dover International Speedway – September 27, 2017
- During race weekend at the Apache Warrior 400, NASCAR champion Martin Truex Jr. gave wheelchair-bound race fans the rides of their lives. Falci Motorsports and Furniture Row Racing teamed up again for a driving event that puts fans in the race car.
- Martin Truex Jr.’s modified No.78 NASCAR Cup car raced fans around the Monster Mile at Dover, reaching speeds up to 150 MPH. Some qualified fans were even allowed behind the wheel themselves, using the specialized adaptive equipment. The adaptive hand controls gave wheelchair-bound drivers the ability to take a few laps at the Dover International Speedway.
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