Digital Edition Subscribers: Read Roadracing World Magazine Now >
Roadracing - An Online Service of Roadracing World Magazine
Aug 5, 2010

Openings Still Available For Lap Of Champions With Kevin Schwantz At Red Bull Indianapolis GP

Tickets are still available to ride in the Lap of Champions with legendary racer Kevin Schwantz at the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Aug. 28. This special fundraiser benefits the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® (PBTF), supported by Ride for Kids®.

Register to ride today!

* For $100, you get one pass to ride on the track and a commemorative T-shirt and one drawing ticket.

* For $325, you get one pass to ride, one 3-day pass to the Indianapolis GP, reserved Penthouse seating (with an even better view of turns 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5), VIP parking, a commemorative T-shirt and hat, and one drawing ticket for a custom CBR600RR and other great prizes from Sidi, Dainese, AGV and others.

* For $450, you get one pass to ride, two 3-day passes to the Indianapolis GP, reserved Penthouse seating, VIP parking, two commemorative T-shirts and hats, and one drawing ticket.

In addition to leading the Lap of Champions, Schwantz will also manage American Honda's Moto2 team at the Indy USGP. For the first time since his retirement in 1995, his famous number 34 will once again be a part of Grand Prix competition.

Special collector apparel with the number 34 is now available on the Ride for Kids® website. Proceeds benefit the PBTF's efforts to fight childhood brain tumors.

To sign up for the Indy Lap of Champions or to make a donation for Moto2 collector apparel, go to Tickets will also be available in the Vendor Marketplace at the Cycle World/Ride for Kids® booth.

About the PBTF Ride for Kids®
The national Ride for Kids® program and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® (PBTF) promote childhood brain tumor research and provide family support through free literature about brain tumors, educational newsletters, online conferences and college scholarships. The 2010 Ride for Kids® season continues in Pittsburgh on Aug. 8. For more information, go to or call 800-253-6530.