World Vision, Olive Crest Abused Children's Foundation and Bullet-Team Motorsports jointly announce the promotion of World Vision and Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children at the California Speedway located in Fontana, California. The Indy Racing League, Infinity Pro Series event will take place on Sunday October 16, 2005. Bullet-Team Motorsports has been promoting World Vision and Olive Crest Foundation since 1995 to the open--wheel racing community. Bullet-Team Motorsports has a passion for children and they want to make a special impact in this Southern California race.

Ron Radmer, VP Marketing of Bullet-Team, was quoted as saying "We are pleased to be able to continue our stanch support of World Vision and Olive Crest at our "Home Track". This gives us a perfect opportunity to promote these organizations, as well as distribute information about their numerous programs such as Hurricane Relief, adoption services, and foster care programs. In conjunction with over 100,000 fans that attend these three day events, there are also numerous media interview opportunities as well as the race being televised on ESPN 2."

"I'm very excited to be aligned with such a great organizations like World Vision and Olive Crest," said Taylor Fletcher. "Indy Car race fans are some of the most dedicated sports fans in the word, and I'm sure that they will actively participate in providing additional donations towards the worthwhile programs of these organizations. It is my intent to help make World Vision and Olive Crest Foundation household names within the Indy Racing community."

John Jensen, Director of Marketing Communications for World Vision stated, "This is a great opportunity for World Vision to bring awareness of our organization to Indy Racing fans across the country as well as internationally. We are most appreciative of Taylor's commitment to want to help those we serve, the poorest of the poor of the world."

Olive Crest spokesperson Carrie Cornwall stated, "Olive Crest is pleased to be affiliated with Bullet-Team Motorsports and is extremely appreciative of Taylor's efforts to help promote awareness of child abuse. It is especially meaningful to have his support at a race here in the Inland Empire where Olive Crest is currently serving numerous youth in this community who have suffered from abuse, abandonment, or neglect."

About World Vision
Founded in 1950, World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization, serving the world's poorest children and families in nearly 100 countries. World Vision maintains health, education, agriculture, water, sanitation, and small business projects that help millions of people in their communities, helping transform the lives of children and families in need without regard to their religious beliefs, gender, race, or ethnic background. For more information, visit

About Olive Crest
For over 30 years, Olive Crest Homes & Services for Abused Children has been a leader in providing care for abused, abandoned and severely neglected children. Olive Crest is dedicated to preventing child abuse, to Treating & Educating at-risk children & to preserving the family-- "One Life at a Time." ®

Olive Crest continues to promote the safety and wellness of children and families through an array of innovative programs including specialized education, foster and adoption, family preservation, and residential homes. Olive Crest's outreach serves the states of California, Nevada and Washington. For information call 1-800-550-CHILD (2445) or visit

About The Team
Bullet-Team Motorsports, founded in 1995, is a professional auto racing team currently focusing on the Indy Racing League's - Infiniti Pro Series. The team's driver Taylor Fletcher is also the team's co-owner. The team actively promotes the children's charity program of World Vision and Olive Crest Foundation through its racing program. Bullet-Team Motorsports continues to seek additional sponsorship funding to continue its racing effort, which will also help the team promote World Vision and Olive Crest Foundation. For more about the team visit

About The Series
The Menard's Infiniti Pro Series follows the Indy Racing League to America's premier race tracks. The series cars can reach speeds over 200 MPH on the two-mile super speedways like Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Michigan international Raceway, and California Speedway and average speeds in excess of 190 MPH on a 1.5-mile super speedways. The series is also associated with the famous Motorsports event, The Indianapolis 500. For more about the series go to