Craig Laughlin’s foundation will sponsor Ryan Ellis’ Xfinity race car at Martinsville to help raise money for women’s cancer research
Craig Laughlin put a bunch of biscuits in the basket during his NHL career. Now he’s going to try to help get a race car in victory lane for a very good cause.
The Laughlin Family Foundation is partnering with Tom and Tj Keen of Keen Parts (CorvetteParts.net) to raise funds and awareness for women’s cancers. They will do so through a sponsorship with driver and Capitals fan Ryan Ellis in the NASCAR Xfinity series.
Ellis, a George Mason alum and Ashburn, VA native, will race the car under the lights at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday, October 30 (6 PM on NBCSN). The striking pink-and-white paint scheme will feature a ribbon on each side of the car. Most importantly, there are several unique ways fans can donate and help raise money for cancer research.