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What is the National Open Benefit?

For the past six years, fans and competitors have been coming together during one of sprint car racings biggest weekends to raise money for charities that help injured drivers and their families. That tradition continues in 2014 with the R&R Enterprises National Open Benefit presented By FK ROD ENDS on Saturday, October 4th at Williams Grove Speedway near Mechanicsburg, Pa. The Benefit, which is organized by Kolten Gouse Promotions, utilizes proceeds from an event BBQ as well as a memorabilia auction to help support various charities throughout the racing community. In 2014, the main beneficiaries will be the York County Racing, the World of Outlaws Benevolent Fund and the Steve King Foundation.

Established in 2008 by Vince and Lisa Magaro, the Benefit has steadily grown in attendance as well as dollars raised. For the 2011 edition, Kasey Kahne Racing crewman and Pennsylvania native Kolten Gouse signed on as co-promoter. The following year, Gouse took over the event entirely with the goal of improving its overall reach and impact each and every year.

"The Benefit is something that really had an impact on me because of what it represents," said Gouse. "I’ve been a crewman long enough to know how hard it can be on these families when a driver gets injured. The extra money that we raise goes to charities that can help them through a rough patch. I’m extremely proud to have R&R Enterprises and FK ROD ENDS as partners in this endeavor and I sincerely hope we continue to raise money for these great charities".

What does this Benefit?


Founded in 1979, the YCRC has grown to over 3,000 active members, becoming one of the largest of its kind in the country. While its roots are firmly planted in the heart of central PA's dirt track oval racing scene, its interests also include many other forms of auto racing as well. Its membership includes fans, drivers, owners and promoters alike, from all corners of the globe and from many venues of racing.

One of the club's goals is to support and promote the sport of racing, as well as the tracks, fans and sponsors involved. The club has many member events throughout the year, such as club nights at various tracks, car shows, family picnics, bus trips and cruises and more. However, YCRC is much more than just a racing fan's social club!

The Injured Drivers Fund, was created to financially help any YCRC Member Driver, should they suffer an injury and loss of income while racing. Much of the club's time is devoted devoted to the various fund raisers that provide the much needed monies for this fund. Thousands of dollars have been paid out since the Injured Drivers Fund was founded. The club has also sponsored benefits and fund raising events for the families of those who lost their lives while racing.

More infomation on the york County Racing club injured drivers fund visit or email karen miller


The World of Outlaws Benevolent Fund was started years ago by legendary car owners Jack Elden, Beverly and Casey Luna along with Amy Swindell and Dana Kinser. The World of Outlaws Benevolent Fund is a non-profit organization that also helps current drivers that run with the circuit today and previous drivers that have raced with the “Greatest Show on Dirt” in the past. The World of Outlaws Benevolent fund has helped numerous drivers over the years that have sustained serious injuries that have prevented them from racing.

About the Steve King Foundation

The Steve King Foundation's primary purpose is to assist drivers, pit crew members, officials and track operation personnel who are involved in dirt-track racing and are seriously ill, injured or killed. Named after Steve King, a driver that lost his life due to injuries suffered from a crash during a 2006 Knoxville Nationals qualifying night, the foundation also assists dirt-track organizations and facilities with obtaining and maintaining safety equipment or implementing safety measures to enhance and improve dirt-track racing. For more information, please visit