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My thoughts and prayers are with Travis, his family and friends. Here's hoping he comes out a winner in this his most important "race".

Racing is a dangerous sport. Racers know the risk. From Strictly Stock to F1 the risk of injury or death is the same. In my 50 years as a fan, I have had the extreme shock of loosing a friend on the racetrack more than once. My prayers go to Travis and his family for a speedy recovery and a return to the track.

How can I help?

You can help by visiting the Facebook page.

David, you can help by visiting www.TravisRutz.com or the Facebook page that Norris has linked in the story...or here are some other ways:


Canadian Donation Account:
Canadian Banking info:
TD Canada Trust Acct# 0547-6480005

Make cheques payabe to:
Arlene Richmond &/or Debbie Birnie ITF Travis Rutz

Donations accepted at any TD Canada Trust branch in Canada or mail to:
TD Canada Trust
c/o Arlene Richmond,
13650 72nd Ave.,
Surrey, B.C. V3W 2P3

USA Donation info:

Accepting Mailed Donations:
Banner Bank
C/O Mikala Gammell
1414 12th St
Bellingham, WA 98225

Make Checks Payable To:
Travis Rutz and/or Travis Rutz and Family

Also, if you're near London on November 7, there might be something else you can do...stay tuned...

Thanks very much to Norris for helping to get the word out.

It’s really sad to hear this again and again. This is really bad. It’s really important for teens to learn driving first. It helps them to improve there driving skills or habits and also some rules and regulations bout traffic which help them to be safe from accidents. The elders or parents should take care of the young ones or teens and make them to learn driving form driving school.

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