Dark Horse Racing, a storied American automotive racing team, has partnered with GallantFew, America's Veteran Team, to bring greater awareness to our nation's veterans in the fastest way possible. With aligned core values and a passion for serving veterans and helping them find purpose, these two organizations will be paired together in the upcoming Trans Am series.
Brion Gluck, the owner and primary driver of Dark Horse Racing, has been in the service of the nation for over thirty years. Currently racing in the Trans Am series when not flying overseas, Brion started as a combat medic in the U S Army before moving on to military fixed wing aviation. After leaving active duty, Brion looked for ways to not only continue pushing the envelope but to assist with veteran transition, and racing seemed liked a natural place. Dark Horse Racing always has a place for veterans on the crew, allowing former service members and volunteers the opportunity to help get the car to victory lane and the team on the podium. Veterans soon see that the teamwork, dedication, and camaraderie they knew in the service can be found on the outside, and it’s not hard to see that a winning team—whether in a racing suit or flight suit—is pretty awesome.
There is always a place for veterans with Dark Horse Racing and GallantFew. Come help support connecting America with her veterans through the Patriot Challenge or take an Azimuth Check to start on a purpose-filled journey through GallantFew. Of course, you can cheer on combat veteran-led Team DHR as they race around the track too. For more information on GallantFew, visit their websites or social media pages.