BROOKLYN, Mich. – Thursday at Michigan International Speedway, 50 students fittingly visited the track as they talked about being on the right track in life.
The first-ever Ally Fueling Futures event saw children from the Boys & Girls Club of Lenawee County summer camp chat with professionals from the No. 48 Ally Racing team, Michigan International Speedway and Ally about engineering, racing, marketing, personal finance and finding the right career.
The program is designed to get middle and high school students on the right track for the future.
Most of all, the trip to the track was about having a lot of fun!
Yesterday, driver of the No. 48 Ally Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Jimmie Johnson attended the event with 50 kids from the Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee County’s summer camp alongside the Jimmie Johnson Foundation. At the event each kid made five “pit stops” to talk with different professionals from Hendrick Motorsports, Ally, MIS and the No. 48 Ally Racing team about their careers and finance while offering advice and having a lot of fun.
Ally and the Jimmie Johnson Foundation took the opportunity to showcase the additions to Johnson’s No. 48 Chevy at the event. Kids were able to take pictures and be the first ones to see the car that will hit the track at Kansas Speedway in October.