Lancaster County Corvette Club members Jim Roberts and Shane Lintner wanted to combine their love of racing with a greater calling to help breast cancer survivors and their families. Through their participation in the 2015 One Lap of America, they are able to leverage support for the PBCC by traveling 5,000 miles for our cause! How?
“The lives of many of our friends have been touched by cancer, especially breast cancer,” said Roberts. “This is a tangible way others can support the cause, by having their name or the name of a loved one come along on this journey with us.”
The Brock Yates’ One Lap of America is an endurance race that challenges the preparation and endurance of both man and machine. It is an offshoot of the original “Cannonball Sea to Shining Sea Memorial Trophy Dash” created in the early 1970’s. Today, all the competition takes place on the tracks, and when all is said and done, the duo will have traveled nearly 5,000 miles in eight days, working their way out as far west as Colorado in Jim’s Yellow 2000 Corvette Coupe! Stickers that will decorate the roof and body of the Corvette can be purchased for a minimum donation of $10. They will list the donor name, or you can purchase one in honor or memory of a loved one. To make a donation, simply visit pbcc.me/donate and fill in “One Lap of America” when prompted for the Title of Event.