Battle Scarred Motorsports is on a mission to provide a safe space for these heroes to talk to the family they once trusted with all their hearts. Our military and first responder communities share a unique bond of brother and sisterhood, and we continue to honor this bond on the racetrack. We share our stories, our memories, and our struggles while crossing the checkered flag. Let’s stand by our heroes and support them in their time of need.
There are everyday heroes among us, who ofBattle Scarred Motorsports is committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for the heroes among us to confide in the family they once trusted with all their hearts. Our military and first responder communities share an unbreakable bond of brotherhood and sisterhood, which we continue to honor on the racetrack. As we race towards the finish line, we share our stories, our memories, and our struggles, standing together in solidarity. Although they may go unnoticed, there are everyday heroes among us who choose to live a life of distinction through service to their nation and communities. Some of these heroes serve in the elite military force, traveling across skies, seas, and battlefields to protect us from aggression and enemies. Others answer the call to serve their communities at home, responding to radio broadcasts and sirens, rushing to aid those in need.
They are the ones who comfort those grieving the loss of loved ones, rescue people from burning cars, save those suffering from heart attacks, and extinguish fires. They keep watch over our cities while we sleep, their unwavering bravery and dedication to our safety truly remarkable. But who is there for them when they need help?
These courageous men and women are human, just like those they have sworn to protect. They too may feel lonely or depressed, yet may be hesitant to ask for help. This fear can lead them to travel long distances to see therapists outside their state, pay in cash, and use fake names to avoid leaving a paper trail. This isolation can result in severe depression, homelessness, and even suicide. Let us stand by our heroes and support them in their time of need.