When you attend a dirt track race, it’s easy to get caught up in the roar of the engines, the excitement in the crowd and the energy of the track announcer. What you may not pay much attention to are the members of the Race Track Rescue Team in the corners of the track. Jay Masur with Med-Star knows first hand how important proper training and teamwork is when being apart of a Rescue Team and is here to share a contest he’s doing to give crews an opportunity to be trained.
CONTEST DETAILS: You have from now until June 30th to submit your photo or video for Med-Star’s $1,000 Dirt Track Safety Training Contest. The winner will receive $1,000 in Safety Training. That’s a 5-hour Safety Seminar for your Race Rescue Crew. In addition, Med-Starts Dirt Track rescue Team will work a race with your team to put everything you have learned into action. Don’t forget you must submit a photo or video of your team to Med-Star’s Dirt Track Rescue Team Facebook Page by June 30th to enter.
Click here to be directed to the Med-Star Dirt Track rescue Team Facebook Page.