Reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay and AutoNation, Inc. announced the second Racing for Cancer Yellow Party of the season to be held at 6:30 p.m. on May 21 at the Indiana State Museum in downtown Indianapolis. The Yellow Party serves as the only fan-friendly event during the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” race weekend. Fans have the opportunity to purchase tickets to mix and mingle with Hunter-Reay and a majority of the Verizon IndyCar Series drivers in the 33-car field, all while supporting the fight against cancer. Included in the star-studded evening will be a private cocktail party, one-of-a kind racing memorabilia auction and live entertainment.
Tickets are available to purchase now at www.theyellowparty.org. Come and join Hunter-Reay, his family and his charity-Racing for Cancer in making a difference in the lives of so many people.
There will be a $99 ticket special until May 9 to commemorate the 99th Running of the Indianapolis 500 and in celebration of Hunter-Reay’s 2014 victory. Following May 9, ticket prices will resume being sold at $128.
About Racing For Cancer
Racing For Cancer is the non-profit organization founded by 2012 IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay following his mother’s passing from cancer. Since 2010, Racing for Cancer has been working towards its goal of bringing motorsports fans, teams, drivers, and sponsors together to join in the fight to beat cancer.
Founded with the goal of beating cancer, Racing For Cancer, celebrated a successful 2014 as they reached and exceeded many of their goals. The non-profit’s greatest milestone to date came in November when Hunter-Reay and his family had the honor of presenting the Cleveland Clinic Florida Maroone Cancer Center with $2.5 million dollars. The generous donation made possible by top sponsor AutoNation, Inc. and donors nationwide took just four short years of fundraising. The Center’s lobby will be named in memory Hunter-Reay’s late mother, Lydia Hunter-Reay, who lost her battle with cancer in November of 2009.