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USAC Establishes Grant In Memory Of Fallen Racer Jason Leffler
June 13, 2013
“We are devastated by Jason’s loss and recognize his long and loyal commitment to USAC racing and to the sport of auto racing in general,” said USAC CEO/President Kevin Miller.
USAC Establishes Grant In Memory Of Fallen Racer Jason Leffler

The USAC Benevolent Foundation has announced a $10,000 grant in the memory of the late USAC racing champion Jason Leffler, who lost his life Wednesday (June 12) night in a racing accident in New Jersey.

The 501-3C-designated Foundation will also be accepting additional donations earmarked for usage by Jason’s son Charlie Dean and Charlie’s mother, Allison.

A designated cap amount to be announced by the Board of Directors of the Foundation will also result in additional dollar-for-dollar matching funds for this purpose.

“We are devastated by Jason’s loss and recognize his long and loyal commitment to USAC racing and to the sport of auto racing in general,” said USAC CEO/President Kevin Miller. “We encourage everyone to participate in this worthwhile endeavor as we honor the memory of one of our most cherished champions and appreciate the Foundation Board for their efforts in making this all possible.”

All contributions earmarked for the Leffler program, which may include the Charlie Dean Leffler Education Fund, may be directed to the USAC Benevolent Foundation, c/o Executive Director Bill Marvel, 4910 W. 16th Street Speedway, Speedway, IN 46224.

Marvel may be reached at 859/749-0646 or at billmarvel@gmail.com. Donations should be earmarked for this program.