WELCOME TO ARMED FORCES MOTORSPORTS
AFM is a Community Outreach Program of the Vets on Track Foundation.
On and off the track, the Vets on Track Foundation’s Armed Forces Motorsports Program is committed to those who have served, and who continue to serve, this nation in uniform. Whether it’s a member of a military service or a first responder, we serve ALL veterans, working to foster a spirit of comradery and preserving the traditions of all who serve to keep our country and our streets safe.
The Vets on Track Foundation’s Armed Forces Motorsports Program represents our veterans, first responders and their families, no matter what type of racing they enjoy! From our home track at Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, Virginia, we support veterans driving and riding nationwide in a range of NASCAR, NHRA and Motocross events. These include NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series, Sports Car Club of America, and World of Outlaws, among many others.
Why We Race
Our stated purpose, through our Foundation and its Motorsports Racing Program, is to help turn lives around by providing a platform to educate our veterans and first responders on available resources and opportunities. We also bring communities closer together through mutual understanding and comradery at the track and community based events.
The bottom line is, awareness drives success — and Armed Forces Motorsports drives awareness!
We offer a diverse racing program that active-duty military, first responders, their families, and veterans across the country can rally around – a program they can call their own. At a time when benefits and privileges for veterans and first responders are in jeopardy, this is a boost for morale. We race to honor our veterans and first responders, and use motorsports as a venue to increase awareness of critical issues affecting them and their families.
AFM’s racing platform, which includes its Outreach and Show Car Programs, serves as an invaluable marketing tool. Across the country, our initiatives help military and responder communities connect with each other, as well as reunite the public at large with America’s 911 force.
At a time of uncertainty in our country…a time when benefits and privileges for veterans and first responders are in jeopardy, AFM is there to help boost morale, by offering a program that active duty military, first responders, their families, and veterans all across the country can rally around – a program they can call their own. Overall, the AFM racing program provides an important escape for America’s 9-1-1 Force and their families.
The platform on which AFM is built serves as an invaluable marketing tool that can help disseminate important information to veterans, first responders and their families. Moreover, AFM can help reunite communities with America’s 9-1-1 Force through its Outreach and Show Car Programs.