Acquired by Paul Cook, a Board Member of The Veterans Trust. The #01 car has since served hundreds of military, veterans, first responders and their loved ones during many of our Race Experiences nationwide.
Experience a part of American history!
Here’s a chance to experience one of the coolest patriotic, automotive and sports memorabilia ever!
Under the hood of this high-performance beast lays much more than performance parts. Her rich history is unparalleled, here’s her story:
She started in NASCAR
(2006) Originally No. 96, sponsored by Texas Instruments’ Digital Light Processing, she was Chassis #5 and ran in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series. She was owned by race team "Hall of Fame Racing" (2005-2010) which was owned by NFL legends Roger Staubach (Navy Veteran) and Troy Aikman.
Roger Staubach aka “Captain America” is a Naval Academy graduate and Vietnam Veteran. He’s also an NFL legend and Hall of Famer playing 11 seasons and winning 2 Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys. He's responsible for the famous “Hail Mary Pass” after his 1975 playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings where his pass won the game with only 2 seconds on the clock. Mr. Staubach was presented the Medal of Freedom by President Trump in 2018.
Troy Aikman, another NFL legend and Hall of Famer with 12 consecutive seasons as the starting quarterback with the Cowboys, leading them to 3 super bowls. Currently, Mr. Aikman is a television sportscaster for the Fox network.
• Freelance writer and test rider for Road Runner Cycle Magazine
• Florida Karting Championship Series State Champion in 2009, 2010 and 2011
Driver of: #1 US Army car
(08/16/2019) Most recently she made history in Fort Campbell, Kentucky with the legendary Army unit – 101st Airborne Division. During that Special Edition Race Experience on Sabre Air Field, The Veterans Trust celebrated the anniversary of the 101st and welcomed them home from a deployment in Afghanistan. Alongside Skip Barber Racing School we converted the Sabre Airfield into a racetrack and gave their soldiers an experience no-one will ever forget… went head-to-head with Apache helicopters while racing down the track. After the event, soldiers of the 101st, including their Commanding General (Brian Winski), autographed the trunk-lid of this Army NASCAR. Sealing a special moment in history for the 101st, the U.S. Army and the car.
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Healing America’s Heroes Through American Muscle
Military | Veterans | First Responders | Families
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”The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive how the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nationGeorge Washington1st U.S. President