Kingdom Racing Runs in the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race for 11th Time and Launches 'God Speed' Book
Contact: Communications Director, Kingdom Racing
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 28, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Kingdom Racing recapped a successful participation in the 102nd Indianapolis 500 Mile Race held on May 27, 2018. Hard charger Sage Karam once again drove the DRR No.24 entrant from the 24th starting position up to 6th place by lap 143 before a mechanical issue sidelined the run. "While the race result was a disappointment, the overall performance of the team and the results of the various ministry events held during the month of May were fantastic," said Davey Hamilton, Kingdom Racing's Managing Director.
Appropriately, Kingdom Racing also launched its new book "God Speed," by Chad Bonham, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 19. Race legends Al Unser Jr., Davey Hamilton and driver Sage Karam hosted the launch with autograph sessions. "This book is an authentic account of how God works in the lives of ordinary people for extraordinary purposes. We hope it inspires others to do the same," said George Del Canto, Kingdom Racing's Founder. The book is now available for sale on Amazon as well as other Kingdom Racing sources.
For the 2018 season, Kingdom Racing plans to host multiple ministry events, festivals and appearances at IndyCar, Vintage Sports Cars, Winged Sprint Car and Stadium Super Truck races throughout America. Through these events, Kingdom Racing will continue to reach tens of thousands of people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ in partnership with local churches, national ministries and commercial partners.About Kingdom Racing:
Kingdom Racing's mission is to Deliver God's Word Through Motorsports. This unique approach combines racing and ministry outreach with the goal of reaching one million men for Jesus Christ. For more information, visit www.KingdomRacing.net or join the fan communities at 'KingdomRacing' on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.