Falci Adaptive Motorsports puts wheelchair-bound auto racing fans into the fast lane
Riders strap in next to NASCAR Champion Martin Truex Jr. for the ride of their life
Racing fans feel the full power and speed of Truex’ specially modified NASCAR Cup car
Modified hand controls can be used to drive the car
Ear-to-ear grins and colorful language are common with a Martin Truex Jr. ride-along
Falci Adaptive Motorsports
Falci Adaptive Motorsports is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing adaptive motorsports and the rapid advancements in adaptive technology. For those individuals who have been injured from a spinal cord injury, increased mobility and independence are key to quality of life. Through partnerships with several companies and organizations, Falci Adaptive Motorsports helps to move people with physical disabilities and paralysis forward to gaining that independence.
Falci Adaptive Motorsports is part of the NASCAR racing community, building out an adaptive racecar. In some cases, certain individuals are even allowed to drive the specially-equipped NASCAR themselves.
Falci Adaptive Motorsports proudly partners with these organizations: Furniture Row, Denver Mattress, Visser Precision, Toyota Racing Development(TRD), SureGrip, DireenTech, Princeton University, Craig Rehabilitation Hospital, U.S. Air Force Academy, and Falconworks.