SPEED World Challenge Drivers Stu Hayner, Jim Osborn and Seth Thomas visit the Columbus Children's Hospital on way to Round four in Columbus, Ohio. Round four of the Trenton Forging QualityFormed Solutions race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course...
SPEED World Challenge Drivers Stu Hayner, Jim Osborn and Seth Thomas visit the Columbus Children's Hospital on way to Round four in Columbus, Ohio.
Round four of the Trenton Forging QualityFormed Solutions race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course begins May 19, 2005, but, drivers Stu Hayner, Jim Osborn and Seth Thomas find time in their busy schedule to stop and visit patients at the Columbus Children's Hospital. The drivers visited with children and their families who were treated in the hospital's burn, orthopedic and rehabilitation units. Heather Canty a child-life specialist, stated, "It's nice to have people visit the hospital who understand what our patients are going through and are comfortable dealing with the children. The staff looks forward to their visit every year."
Trenton Forging and Chili Pepper Racing are hosting several patients are their families from the Columbus Children's Hospital for a fun filled weekend at the track. The children will soon be able to watch newest friends of the SPEED World Challenge: Stu Hayner, driver of the No. 5 Trenton Forging/GMAC Pontiac GTO; Jim Osborn, driver of the T.C. Thompson Childrren's Hospital/Remoter Area Medical BMW 325ci; and Seth Thomas driver of the No. 38 Bimmerworld/Thomas Lumber BMW 325ci.
* Trenton Forging Company from Trenton Michigan is a leading producer of custom impression die forgings to a wide variety of industries. They have a strong reputation as a supplier of choice to many Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive/light truck suppliers. Trenton produces multiple cavity die forgings to meet customers exacting specifications and offers a wide range of high quality custom forging products with exceptional customer service. For more information about Trenton Forging, visit www.trentonforging.com
* 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.