7/2/2014 Upper Arlington, Ohio.
VETMotorsports crew members helped Team Spider Grips / Ducati claim two top-5 finishing positions this past Sunday during the 92nd running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The veteran participants were Ohio-based injured combat Marines referred to VETMotorsports through the United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment. The Marines and their Ducati teammates worked 18-hour days and through extreme conditions to assist riders Don Canet and Micky Dymond, who claimed 3rd and 4th positions respectively. VETMotorsports mission throughout the event was to honor and engage disabled combat veterans through active participation in motor sports.
“This past week at Pikes Peak was amazing," stated VETMotorsports Executive Director and Founder Peter Cline. "The whole team, from our Marine veterans to the AF1 Racing crew, rose to the occasion. It truly is an honor to have VETMotorsports on the podium with Ducati at one of the world's most challenging motor sports events. As always, VETMotorsports is grateful for the opportunities presented to our injured combat veterans. By embedding veterans into positive environment, VETMotorsports is attempting to provide direction and empowerment."
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