Chase Elliott Foundation “DESI9N TO DRIVE” Returns to Track to Benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta | Motor Sports
The modified designs were submitted by eight patients at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s in Atlanta, Georgia, ranging in age from 6 to 15 years.
• Car Paint Scheme No. 9 – Mary Francis Webb, age 15
• Chase Elliott helmet – Rocco Corsini, 10 years old
• Chase Elliott racing suit – Isadri Hernandez, 14 years old
• Chase Elliott Gloves – Briley Lamon, 10 years old
• Chase Elliott racing shoes – Nolan Madsen, 11 years old
• Kyle Larson Road Shoes – Lex Stolle, 12 years old
• Alex Bowman racing shoes – Elise Sullens, 8 years old
• William Byron racing shoes – Branson Gibby, age 6
The first designed element to be released is the No. 9 NAPA AUTO PARTS Chevy race car designed by 15-year-old Mary Francis Webb of Athens, Georgia. Images of the other designed elements will be released ahead of the Darlington race weekend via social media.
“We are so excited and grateful that the Chase Elliott Foundation has expanded the DESI9N TO DRIVE art collaboration to showcase the creativity and strength of our children being treated at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s,” said Beth Buursema, senior director of development at the Children’s Foundation. “As one of the largest pediatric cancer and blood disease programs in the country, we care for more than 8,000 pediatric patients from 43 states in the US every year. And be healthier tomorrow.”