CHampionship Off Road Racing and TRAXXAS Team to support San Diego's Children's Hospital


Championship Off Road Racing and Traxxas, The Fastest Name in Radio Control™ have teamed up to enhance the lives of children by donating all proceeds from the Traxxas Try-Me-Track to Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego.

After its success in Pomona, the Traxxas Try-Me-Track will be back at the upcoming CORR event on September 13 and 14 in Chula Vista.

The scaled-down track gives race fans the chance to do some of their own racing by testing out Traxxas’ new Slash radio-controlled short course off-road race trucks. All RC drivers are asked to donate $1 to race; Traxxas then makes an additional matching contribution. All proceeds will be donated to the local charity.

“The Traxxas Try-Me-Track has been a huge success at our races. With all of the adrenaline-pumping action on the CORR track, fans are thrilled to immerse themselves into the event even further by racing a radio controlled truck. The Traxxas Try-Me-Track adds to our fans’ CORR experience, and more importantly, benefits a great cause,” said Cissy Baldwin of CORR.

Since Rady Children’s Hospital first opened its doors in 1954, their mission has been “to restore, sustain and enhance the health and developmental potential of children through excellence in care, education, research and advocacy.” Rady Children’s is the San Diego region’s only designated pediatric trauma center and the only area hospital dedicated solely to pediatric care.

Donations collected from the CORR event in Pomona on July 26 and 27 were matched by Traxxas and donated to Loma Linda Children’s Hospital.

Championship Off Road Racing™ brings high action, four-wheel motorsports including two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive trucks to the closed course off road arena. The 2008 Championship Off Road Racing race season includes eight events at tracks located in Los Angeles, CA, San Diego, CA and Las Vegas, NV.



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