Pledge change to create change.
Kurt Busch became the 4th NASCAR driver ever to attempt the "Double" - racing in both the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 on May 25, 2014 Memorial Day weekend. While the double is over you can still show your support for Kurt and his pledge to assist our brave men and women of the Armed Forces by pledgeing a small amount for every lap of the race.
A New Challenger Has Appeared!
Kurt Busch wasn't the only one doing the double on Memorial Day weekend. Country music star Brantley Gilbert attended the Indianapolis 500 on May 25 as part of a sponsorship with Indy rookie, Sage Karam, and then flew to Charlotte to perform the pre-race concert for the Coca-Cola 600. As it is natural with any friendly competion — it is time to pick sides!
Which side do you pledge your donation to?
Donate for #TeamOutlaw! Total 2,735 miles traveled.
Donate for #TeamBrantley! Total 2,894 miles traveled.
Through the Kurt Busch Project, a special partnership with the Armed Forces Foundation, Kurt hopes to raise awareness for the invisible wounds of war, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Basis Supports Kurt in His Quest for the Double
We were with Kurt every step of the way - literally - as he prepared for the 1,100 miles of grueling, intense racing. You'll be able to see his progress as he focused on getting in tip-top shape, ensuring the right amount of rest for recovery and keeping things under control with his frequent heart rate checks.
SPECIAL OFFER ENDING SOON!
Hurry and get your Basis today! We have a special offer only available till June 9th! A portion of the proceeds for each band goes to the Armed Forces Foundation.
Kurt started his Sprint Cup career in 2001, and currently drives the #41 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing. Busch has also driven for Furniture Row Racing, Phoenix Racing, Penske Racing and Roush Fenway Racing. Busch won the Cup Series Championship in 2004, the first ever season using the “Chase for the Cup” points format, finishing eight points ahead of Jimmie Johnson. With a 2006 win in the Nationwide Series, Busch became one of only 23 drivers with a win in all three of NASCAR’s top divisions: the Sprint Cup Series, the Nationwide Series and the Camping World Truck Series.
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