Boys Battling Cancer Given VIP Treatment at Gatornationals
Two boys battling cancer got the tour of a lifetime at Gatornationals today, going behind the scenes with NHRA drivers.
13-year-old T.J. and 8-year-old Marc got inside the cars and got to see what the drivers see.
For both boys, it was their first time at the races.
"We all work together for the families to have a day away from their trials and have a fun day at the races," said Racers for Christ President Larry Smiley.
Racers for Christ team up with the "Believe in Tomorrow" national children's foundation each year to show kids around.
Both T.J. and Marc receive treatment at UF Health.
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