Kingdom Racing Finishes Fifth Place, Spreads God’s Word at Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
LONG BEACH, Calif., April 15, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ — Kingdom Racing, along with Schmidt Peterson Hamilton Motorsports, finished fifth place in the VERIZON INDYCAR Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach with Simon Pagenaud behind the wheel of the No. 77 car. Pagenaud started in sixth place and after an on-track incident landed him in 21st place, he fought his way back to the top. “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. This was the scripture verse (Jeremiah 29:11) given to Simon before the race. It was prophetic for KR both on and off the track in Long Beach this weekend,” said George Del Canto, Kingdom Racing’s Founder and Co-owner.
Kingdom Racing also ministered and hosted two Miles of Smiles guests at the race track giving them a VIP race experience, and most importantly, sharing God’s Word with them. “The smiles on the faces of our Miles of Smiles guests was a good indicator they truly enjoyed fellowship with other followers of Christ at the race track. Lord willing they were encouraged to continue to courageously live their lives for Christ and share with others the joy that can only be found by a life changing relationship with Jesus Christ,” said Tim Carrie, Director of Miles of Smiles.
About Kingdom Racing: Kingdom Racing’s mission is to Deliver God’s Word Through Motorsports. This year marks Kingdom Racing’s third full season of INDYCAR competition partnering with Schmidt Peterson Hamilton Motorsports and seventh appearance at the Indianapolis 500. This season, Kingdom Racing will continue to reach thousands of people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Trackside Fan Festivals, Infield Ambassadors, Miles of Smiles ministries, and other events in partnership with churches and ministries. For more information, visit www.KingdomRacing.net.