Penske Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup driver AJ Allmendinger is pleased to announce that Dinger’s Dream Team will make a dramatic public debut this weekend as his No. 22 Dodge Charger will carry the Dinger’s Dream Team logo in the Pennzoil Victory Burnout Challenge on Saturday night. The Charger will also proudly carry the colors of the Paralyzed Veterans Association (PVA), a group that Allmendinger has worked with for several years.
Dinger’s Dream Team was established in 2011 by Allmendinger and his parent company Walldinger Racing, Inc. The 501c3 non-profit organization was formed with a grassroots approach to fundraising and awareness. Dinger’s Dream Team strives to activate the extremely loyal NASCAR fan base in supporting various charitable causes.
“I’ve been really fortunate growing up to have been given a helping hand on more than one occasion,” said Allmendinger. “It means a lot to me that I am now in a position where I can give back, and even better, give back to more than one cause or group. I also have such a great and loyal group of fans that they are totally willing to join Dinger’s Dream Team and help make a difference, and it is hard to describe how grateful I feel for their support. This foundation helps continuously remind me how truly lucky I am and hopefully help make a positive impact.”
The Pennzoil Victory Burnout Challenge is part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway as NASCAR celebrates the sport and those who participate in it ahead of next weekends Coca-Cola 600.
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