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    Click here for tons of Family Activities you can try!

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    Race Track Road Trips!

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    Making Family Traditions…

This page is for parents who want to encourage their children to become fans of IndyCar! We hope it will be a resource for you of activities and events and everything IndyCar!

IndyCarMom needs YOU

There continues to be a lot of work happening behind the scenes here at IndyCarMom, with blog schedules, travel plans, fan plans etc. But, again, IndyCarMom needs YOU to help us.

If you are interested in becoming part of the IndyCarMom team (Of course we welcome Dads too!!) Please send an email to IndyCarMomAmy@gmail.com. I am looking for bloggers, photographers, one-off race contributors, FANmilies to sponsor, and others.

Not interested in any of those? Then please check out our GoFundMe site linked on our main page. Many of the things we want to do for IndyCar FANmilies simply cannot happen as we envision them to without some financial support. Your donation would go towards ticket purchases (including parking and paddock passes), at least a one night stay in a hotel (two if enough funds are raised), ICM fan gear and more. We are also working with teams and drivers to make each race truly unforgettable for each FANmily we sponsor. While the ultimate goal is to get a FANmily to every US based race on the schedule, but as it is now, we are really focusing on the season opener GP of St. Pete, the Inaugural GP of New Orleans, the GP of Indy, the Indy500 and Mid-Ohio. We will most certainly add as many races as we can when funds allow.

As stated before, the bulk of leftover funds from each race will be donated to Racing For Kids. We’d like to help defray some costs of our IndyCarMom crew if funds allow, but if not, sponsoring FANmilies is our top priority.

Thanks for reading, and supporting what IndyCarMom is trying to do. IndyCarMom needs you to help us get there.

ICM Amy

DW ProAM

Yesterday was the 2nd annual DW ProAM Karting Challenge benefiting the Sue Wheldon Fund and the Alzheimer’s Association. Alzheimer’s Disease is something that has affected our family tremendously, as my Grandmother was diagnosed several years ago. When I told my Mom about the event, she immediately said she and my Step-Dad Steve would love to […]

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IndyCarMom 2015

There’s some big things in the works for IndyCarMom 2015, and we need YOUR help to make it all happen! We’ve mentioned the need for new volunteer bloggers, photographers, Moms-on-Track at races and single race contributors, and I’m incredibly excited by the interest we have recieved so far! It looks like IndyCarMom 2015 will have […]

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Back on Track

After a bit of a blogging hiatus due to personal and medical reasons, I’m finally back on track and working hard this off-season to be able to bring you the BEST ICM in 2015. I’m going to streamline the site into 8 simple categories that will be easy for readers to to navigate (hopefully!) I’m also currently looking for some […]

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Thanks for Understanding

It’s been a rough few weeks (months really) for me, and I am sorry that it has carried through to my ICM responsibilities. I take this site, and my work to promote IndyCar to kids and families very seriously, and my personal life has impacted all of that. Thanks for Understanding what I am about […]

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