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Chili Pepper Racing news 2005-04-22

Chili Pepper Racing Still in Touring Car Championship Point s Hunt After Round Three Crash Results in DNF. The Chili Pepper Racing No. 24 TC Thompson Chilidren's Hospital/Remote Area Medical/Trenton Forging BMW 325 ci suffered significant ...

Chili Pepper Racing Still in Touring Car Championship Point s Hunt After Round Three Crash Results in DNF.

The Chili Pepper Racing No. 24 TC Thompson Chilidren's Hospital/Remote Area Medical/Trenton Forging BMW 325 ci suffered significant damage in a collision early in Round 3 at the Road Atlanta Sportsbook.com Grand Prix. The two car collision in turn one resulted in damage to the rear suspension making it impossible for the No. 24 car to continue. " We were all very disappointed" said Osborn, "the car was very well prepared. After qualifying, we made some suspension changes and Stu (Hayner) reviewing the data and in-car camera, made a few suggestions that were really helpful. Unfortunately we got tangled with one of the competitors in turn 1 and were out of the race."

Despite not finishing the race, the Chili Pepper Race team is still ranked 13th in the Touring Car Championship points and had a successful and exciting weekend with the children and families of The Lighthouse Family Retreat. "We are looking forward to Round 4 where they will be visiting the Columbus Children's Hospital on the way to Mid-Ohio," finishes Osborn.

* The Lighthouse Family Retreat is a seaside family retreat established in December 1999 to serve families caring for children with cancer. Melinda Mayton's, founder of Lighthouse Family Retreat, purpose is to provide a place of hope and renewal to families facing fear and challenges most of us will never experience. The retreat is a way to allow the children and family to escape for a week of fun and rejuvenation. The program is designed to reconnect families, strengthen parents, bring laughter to children, and find hope in God. The vision of Lighthouse Family Retreat is to host 12 to 18 retreat

* T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital is part of the Erlanger Health system and is a level-one trauma center. Located in the Tennessee Valley of Chattanooga, TN. T.C. Thompson does not only serve the Tennessee area but also those living in North Alabama, East Tennessee, North Georgia and Western North Carolina. The hospital serves as a teaching facility for the University of Tennessee School of Medicine. /*

* Remote Area Medical is a non-profit, volunteer, airborne relief corps dedicated to serving mankind by providing free health care, eye care, veterinary services and educational assistance to people in remote areas of the United States and the World. The need to get medical care to people in inaccessible regions was one which founder Stan Brock knew all too well while living 15 years with the Wapishana Indians in the Amazon rain forest. His deep desire to find a way to take health care to people who had none was the seed of R.A.M. Since 1985, R.A.M. and 21,688 volunteers have provided free health care to 245,255 patients, 59,859 animals. In those 20 years, they have provided over $20 million in health care.*/

-www.chilipepperracing.org

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