Race driver brings search for missing girl to Quebec. Turner Motorsport driver extends program to Canadian group at missingchildren.ca DETROIT July 31, 2002 - Turner Motorsport driver, Bobby Sak, along with The National Center for Missing and...
Race driver brings search for missing girl to Quebec.
Turner Motorsport driver extends program to Canadian group at missingchildren.ca
DETROIT July 31, 2002 - Turner Motorsport driver, Bobby Sak, along with The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) continue their unique partnership in aiding the search for missing children. The program is designed to locate missing kids through exposure on the racecar and in the media. This week they reach out to the people of Quebec in conjunction with The Missing Children's Network of Canada.
In 2001, the program was elevated into the spotlight when a 7-year old Michigan girl, featured on the hood of driver Don Sak's [Bobby's father] car at the Detroit Grand Prix, was returned to her father. It is believed that a tip from a race fan led authorities to Mexico where the child had been taken.
"It was an awesome feeling to see the smiles on their faces," commented Bobby. "We were so proud to have been associated with such a wonderful experience."
For this weekend's Trois Rivieres Grand Prix, Bobby Sak will drive the #93 Turner Motorsport /H&R Springs BMW 325i featuring the picture of Jolene Riendeau. Jolene has been missing from Montreal, Quebec since April 12, 1999. She was 11 years old at the time of her disappearance. Born August 8, 1988, Jolene is 4' 5" and weighs 80lb.s Her eyes are Blue/Green and her hair is light brown. Jolene is Caucasian and speaks French and English. She has a scar on her forehead.
A poster of Jolene will appear on the Turner Motorsport #93 car and will also feature a computer enhanced photo to show Jolene's age progression. She will be age 14 now.
Anyone having information should contact the SERVICE DE POLICE VILLE DE MONTREAL: (514) 280-3492 or THE MISSING CHILDREN'S NETWORK CANADA at (514) 843-4333 or 1-888-692-4673. All calls are confidential.
Turner Motorsport and the SPEED World Challenge Touring Series are in Trois Rivieres, Quebec. They will race in conjunction with the American LeMans Series as part of the Trois Rivieres Grand Prix, August 2-4. The race will be televised on SPEED Channel, Saturday, August 17 at 10:00 p.m. (EDT).
The SPEED World Challenge Touring Car Championship provides competition between various makes of cars on the same track at the same time. It is becoming a regular occurrence to see more than 60 cars entered at World Challenge Touring Car events. Manufacturers include BMW, Audi, Honda, Acura, Nissan, Volkswagen and Mercury. To find out more about this hotly contested series visit www.world-challenge.com.
Turner Motorsports was founded in 1993 to provided BMW enthusiasts with high-performance parts. Through extensive on-track testing in BMW club racing and SCCA club/Pro Racing, Turner Motorsports has developed a line of parts unequaled in today's marketplace. This commitment has earned Turner Motorsports the reputation of "America's Ultra High Performance BMW Specialist." Visit Turner Motorsports on the web at www.turnermotorsport.com.