Dover Motor Speedway fans have several opportunities to help children in need and take advantage of unique Monster Mile experiences during the upcoming April 28-30 NASCAR weekend with Speedway Children’s Charities events.


“The upcoming race weekend marks our official start as a bonafide chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities here at Dover Motor Speedway,” said Gary Camp, the chapter’s executive director. “We are anxious to get to work and have assembled an outstanding board of trustees and a full slate of events that will add to the fan experience on race weekend while helping us raise funds and awareness for children in need. Through online and live auctions, a 50/50 raffle and laps around the Monster Mile, fans can participate across race weekend to help us make a difference.”

Speedway Children’s Charities, Dover Motor Speedway chapter, recently added the following community leaders to its new Board of Trustees:

  • Craig Amhaus, Philadelphia Union
  • Pete Bradley, Kent County Tourism Corporation
  • Brandon Durk, New Balance Athletics
  • Joe Heller, Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Vishal Patel, AstraZeneca
  • Tanner Polce, Brandywine Valley SPCA
  • Michael Riemann, Becker Morgan Group
  • Kathy Willes, N.K.S. Distributors, Inc.

The following events are planned by the Speedway Children’s Charities, Dover Motor Speedway chapter for race weekend:

  • SCC Dover Würth 400 Live Auction, Sunday, April 30, 10:45 a.m.
    • Signed items and once-in-a-lifetime experiences will be auctioned off Sunday at the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by Ally, including:
      • Victory Lane visit/photo with race winner after the Würth 400 NASCAR Cup Series race
      • Chase Elliott-signed Dover car topper
      • Monster Bridge tickets
      • More!
  • Laps for Charity, Thursday, April 27, 6-8 p.m. (NOW SOLD OUT FOR 2023)
    • Drive your personal vehicle on the high banks of the Monster Mile’s concrete oval. There are two ways you can take on the World’s Fastest One-Mile Oval:
    • REGULAR SESSION: For $75 per vehicle, participants will take five laps around the track behind a Dover pace car.
    • VIP SESSION: For $150, you'll take eight laps around the track with just you and the pace car on the Monster Mile!
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    • Based on demand, additional opportunities for fans to drive the Monster Mile will be made available after race weekend.

  • SCC Dover Würth 400 Online Auction, Now Through Saturday, April 29
    • The SCC Online Auction gives you the opportunity to support children by bidding on one-of-a-kind items, including autographed memorabilia, VIP passes, an RCR hauler tour and more! Visit to view the items and place your bids.
  • 50/50 Raffle presented by Ambetter Health and the Centene Charitable Foundation, Friday, April 28 through Sunday, April 30
    • Win big during the 50/50 Raffle presented by Ambetter Health and the Centene Charitable Foundation at Dover Motor Speedway. The winning ticket will be drawn after stage 2 of the Würth 400 NASCAR Cup Series race.
      • Rules:
      • You do NOT have to be present to win, but must claim prize within 30 days of draw date.
      • Ticket sales will conclude at the end of Stage 2 on Sunday.
      • 50 percent of the proceeds will go to help local children; the other 50 percent could be YOURS!
      • Purchase Options:
      • 2 tickets for $10
      • 20 tickets for $20
      • 80 tickets for $40
      • BONUS BUY: 400 tickets for $100
      • Purchase at the Track Treasures trailer, located near the Monster Monument, or from teams selling raffle tickets in red smocks, with bright pink Ambetter signs, who will be positioned throughout the Speedway on race weekend.
  • Track Treasures, Thursday, April 27 through Sunday, April 30
    • Featuring mementos, NASCAR collectibles, one-of-a-kind autographed items, clothing, advertising banners and more for sale, with all proceeds benefiting SCC-Dover. Look for the trailer near the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by Ally, throughout race weekend.

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Dover Motor Speedway’s owner, Speedway Motorsports, established the first Speedway Children’s Charities (SCC) chapter in 1982. Since then, SCC chapters across the United States have raised more than $65 million in grants for organizations.