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Oct 5, 2001

Fund Started To Aid Racers Will Now Turn Over Money To WTC Relief

From a press release issued by Steve Clark's Tight Squeeze Racing, which runs the TSR Injury Fund:<BR><BR>Due to the recent attacks on the World Trade Center Towers and the Pentagon, the TSR Injury Fund is going to donate all the proceeds from our 2001 contribution drive to the New York Times 9/11 Neediest Fund. <BR><BR>More information about the fund can be found at prodpub.wavesys.com/cw/donations.asp?charity=neediest911 <BR><BR>TSR understands that this drastic measure is not what we have advertised throughout the course of our contribution drive, and are willing to offer refunds to anyone, provided they return their original ticket stub. We feel that at this time and magnitude of need, that this is the correct course of action to take. <BR><BR>Please note that the items that have been donated to the Injury Fund will still be given away as the Raffle prizes, and the drawing date has not changed. It will still be held on Oct 28th, during the WERA GNF, at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA, and winning ticket holders do not need to be present. A listing of these prizes is available on the TSR website at www.tightsqueezeracing.org/raffle.htm. <BR><BR>In addition to those listed on the website, we would also like to recognize the following pledges that we received at the WERA VIR National event: <BR><BR>Thermosman Suspensions (www.thermosman.com/)<BR>-One Penske 8900 Rear shock, $1300 <BR><BR>Team INA<BR>-One Poulan 2375LE, 18-inch, Gas Chain Saw, $150 <BR><BR>TSR will continue accepting donations for the 9/11 Fund until the end of the 2001, then we will resume our normal operations for 2002.<BR>