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Train Like a Race Car Driver!

Being a race car driver takes some serious skill. Here is your chance for a hands-on, behind-the-scenes experience with some of the stars of IndyCar themselves! All to benefit the important work done by Domestic Violence Network.

Visit motorsports performance pioneer PitFit Training and test your strength, mobility and neurocognitive abilities. Whether you’re a fitness expert or novice, you can experience how drivers prepare for the stresses of competing at 230+ MPH.

Sports may come down to an inch or a fraction of a second. At this fundraising event, you will train on a circuit for approximately 45 minutes using a mix of the latest technology in fitness and neurocognitive training. Some of the unique tools include:

    • Senaptec – tools which provide the edge for athletes to perform more consistently and at a higher level.
    • FITLIGHT Training – innovative speed and agility training system for professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts that uses lights to improve reaction time.

Your cost for the event ($100) includes an official PitFit t-shirt so you can walk around town in the same swag as some of racing’s hottest drivers! Event proceeds benefit Domestic Violence Network.

About PitFit Training: “Where Champions Train.” PitFit is a semi-private health & performance training facility. Over the years we have established ourselves as a pioneer and leader of the motorsports performance industry, working with drivers competing at the highest levels of numerous racing series across the globe. We have also had the pleasure of working with many other professional athletes competing in the NFL and MMA through our Sports Performance Program, while also providing the same high-level coaching and training to the general public.

About Domestic Violence Network: “You are the Network.” The mission of the Domestic Violence Network (DVN) is to change the culture that leads to domestic violence through advocacy, education, and collaboration in the community at large. We work with the public to gather data, deliver better resources, and engage with influencers. We model and teach the youth of our community about healthy relationships. We strive to lead the way toward an increasingly safe and healthy community.


Saturday, September 14! Multiple time slots! Register today


Proceeds benefit the Domestic Violence Network.