INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Auto enthusiasts with a faster lifestyle met on Friday morning for the second annual Fast Rally at Monument Circle.
Many spectators came out to the free event.
Drivers will bring nearly 80 high-end sports cars to St. Louis, Nashville and back to Indianapolis while alerting veterans to the high rate of suicide.
All participants’ entry fees go to the National Veterans Training Foundation.
Faster Lifestyle founder Chad Snellenberger told News 8 that he wants to help reduce the 22 suicides that occur daily among veterans.
Her trips include private events where you can race 1,200 miles on racetracks and runways against each other.
Snellenberger said the rally had grown as 35 participants from all over the country including Canada took part in the past year. The founder mentioned that there is a diverse crowd of drivers this year too.