A FOUNDATION DEDICATED TO GREATER SAFETY IN MOTOR RACING
Trailer for Racing Goes Safer Foundation
AS A MOTORSPORT SAFETY SOURCE . . .
The Stand 21 safety foundation, “Racing Goes Safer!” is a non-profit organization with a primary purpose of promoting enhanced motor racing safety. It aims to achieve this goal in collaboration with medical and scientific bodies, as well as with major racing series’ entities (FIA, SFI, NHRA, SCTA, SCCA, SCORE…) in order to bring awareness of safety issues, and offer solutions to the forefront of the motor racing world.
Vintage Motorsport Council (VMC)
February 28, 2024 - Phoenix, AZ
Yves Morizot and Don Taylor spoke about safety at the Vintage Motorsports Council's biannual meeting held in Phoenix on Saturday, 24 February, at the request of VMC President John Bechtol and event organizer Gill Campbell.
The Vintage Motorsport Council (VMC) was formed as a council for all the independent racing organizations devoted to vintage racing. Since that time, the Council has met twice each year to discuss and provide solutions to our mutual industry problems and opportunities.
It is our honor to return to PRI annually to share the importance of racing safety with growing audiences from all corners of the racing industry. The 2023 PRI Show included many important events for the Stand 21 Racing Goes Safer Foundation. Dr. Terry Trammell and Jim Downing Receive Stand 21 Safety Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Eric Huhn and Don Taylor attend the Race Track Business Conference (RTBC), and lead a panel with Track Operators, Promotors, and Sanctioning Body (TOPS) to discuss EV Racing Safety. RGS brings together the past, present, and future with their latest safety seminar featuring Jim Downing, Marco Petrilli, the FIA’s Deputy Safety Director, and more!
A Lifetime of Achievement
Dr. Terry Trammell and Jim Downing Receive Stand 21 Safety Foundation Award
In honor of their contribution to saving countless drivers’ lives and careers through the years, and taking motorsports safety to a new level for all racers.
EVR Safe: Electric Vehicle
Racing Safety Conference
OCTOBER 18, 2023
CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Since the late 1800s, where there have been cars, there have been people wanting to race cars. More than a century later, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly commonplace on our streets. Naturally, electric vehicle racing is following close behind. Many advancements in motorsports safety have come about from lessons learned over the years. And most recently, we have seen the safety issues associated with electric vehicles on the streets. Today the motorsports industry is in a perfect position to prepare for those issues on track!
Racing Goes Safer is proud to have partnered with the North Carolina Battery Complexity, Autonomous Vehicle and Electrification Research Center (BATT CAVE) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to bring you the next installation of our Electric Vehicle Safety Series! Read the full seminar recap. If you were able to attend please leave us a review!
In an effort to bring more awareness to EV Racing safety issues, we are proud to partner with Eric Huhn to help provide answers to your EV questions. Eric is UNC Charlotte’s facility and laboratory Safety Director, and a trackside firefighter at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Eric is well versed in EV Racing safety issues, and the fires that often accompany them.
Do you have an EV Racing safety question? Eric will help you find the answer!
WHAT'S NEXT: RACING GOES SAFER UPDATE
The Racing Goes Safer Foundation has been focusing on reaching more racers with our life saving safety message.
Would your car club or local track benefit from a RGS Safety Seminar? Let us know where you would like to see Racing Goes Safer Safety Seminars in the future.
The Racing Goes Safer Foundation hosts several free seminars each year for racers in all forms of motorsport.
These seminars are paid for in large part, by Yves Morizot, founder and President of Stand 21 Racewear. The education and mission of the foundation wouldn't be possible if it weren't for the contributions from racers and people like you who are just as passionate about increasing motorsport safety for all...