WFP put the race to defeat global hunger into the fast track last weekend when US racing driver Ryan Justice competed in
As a dedicated supporter of UN WFP, HollyRod is proud to be part of this amazing event.
Rodney Peete, NFL Veteran and co-founder of the HollyRod Foundation
the latest round of the Indy Pro Series in a car emblazoned with the agency’s logo.
The agency’s familiar blue logo, placed prominently on the car’s roll bar, will help remind millions of television viewers about world hunger when the race at Infineon Raceway in California is aired across the US today on sports cable network SPEED.
Making a difference
“I’m happy that through racing, I can help make a difference in the lives of hungry children all over the world,” said Justice. “I will do my best to raise awareness of the problem of hunger and the important work of WFP.”
The Indy Pro Series is the top-level, open-wheel racing series designed to mould drivers for the IndyCar Series.
It is the premier ladder series for drivers, teams and sponsors striving to compete in the IndyCar® Series and the Indianapolis 500.
Justice’s car raced as part of the Northwest Autosport team and is supported by TAOW Productions and the HollyRod Foundation.
Rodney Peete, NFL Veteran and co-founder of the HollyRod Foundation, said: "As a dedicated supporter of WFP, HollyRod is proud to be part of this amazing event."