Event Details

Event Details

Saturday – Sunday: August 3-4, 2024
Racing on Saturday and Sunday – Friday is open lapping only
High Plains Raceway, Deer Trail, Colorado

You don’t have to be a race car driver to see what all the racing fun is about! The Race Against Kids’ Cancer event features lunch rides on the racetrack in race, sports, and exotic cars where spectators can make a donation to MAF and get a ride with a qualified car & driver to see what it’s like to be out there on the track at race speed.

Racing begins approximately 8:00am on Saturday and Sunday. Lunch Rides begin at 11:30am BOTH days!

The races are open to the public and are FREE to attend! Bring your family and friends for an unforgettable weekend!

A great day of remote control car races, food, fun and prizes!

Enjoy an exhilarating 3-lap track ride in a race or exotic car during the lunchtime break on Saturday and Sunday!

The Grid Bids for Kids is a frivolous, fun, goofy way to shake free a few more donations for pediatric cancer research. We are using the Grid Bids for Kids as a creative way to assign the starting grid positions for each of the run groups for Saturday’s Fun’d Race. By making a tax-deductible donation to The Morgan Adams Foundation, you can move a driver up or down the grid, move yourself to the pole, or give someone a gift by placing them on the pole position.

Every year, amazing young women (and men) participate in the RAKC fundrasing effort by being our “Grid Girls” (and Boys).  They are available for photos and providing much appreciated unbrella shade for drivers waiting in their cars before the start of arace!

Saturday night, as soon as the track goes cold, we celebrate!  The fun includes dinner, a silent auction and a live band!

How about an exhilerating tour of the race track in the RAKC Fun Bus!  Where else can you do that?

Post Your Success!

Use the following hashtags and post your success on social media!

@morganadamsfdn #rakc2024

Click below to share your participation in the 2024 Race Against Kids’ Cancer.

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