TULSA, Okla. -- The Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series (MWPMS) is pleased to announce that Team RFC (Racers for Christ) has agreed to serve as its official ministry at all MWPMS and Mid-West Outlaw Radial Series (MWORS) events next year.
"It is our privilege to welcome Team RFC and all Racers for Christ personnel to our events," series organizer and competitor Keith Haney said. "Prayer plays a big part in all forms of racing and I know the competitors and fans of the Mid-West Pro Mod Series and Mid-West Outlaw Radial Series will be equally happy and grateful to have Team RFC at their sides throughout our 2018 season."
Team RFC was created to provide a non-denominational ministry that brings inspiration and comfort to everyone involved in the motorsports world, said Racer for Christ South-Central Regional Director Joey Keith.
"It's an honor to serve the racing community and this series," he stated, adding that Team RFC is no stranger to working with Haney at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park, which he co-owns and operates with fellow MWPMS racer Todd Martin.
"Racers for Christ does so much good for all of us, but it costs a lot just for them to make it out to the track and offer their unique brand of ministry and services. So I encourage all MWPMS and MWORS racers and their friends and fans to consider donating to Team RFC," Haney suggested. "It's a simple but valuable gesture that I know will pay back many times over."
To learn more about Racers for Christ, or to make a secure, online donation to Team RFC please visit www.teamrfc.org.
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