Chevy and Ford compete every week in the world of NASCAR. And this year, they'll be competing against each other to raise for funds for two charitable causes.

To enhance the passion and pride that fans, manufacturer employees and communities in Michigan have with Ford and Chevrolet, Michigan International Speedway has partnered with the two manufacturers to create an off-the-track competition that will support two great nonprofits. Ford and Chevrolet will compete to see who can raise the most money to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) of Michigan for Ford and Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit serving America’s military families, for Chevrolet. Funds will be raised through the sales of a specially-priced ticket package for the two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at MIS. - MIS press release

These special ticket packages will donate five dollars to each nonprofits and another five dollars will be donated back to the nonprofit of the manufacturer which sells the most tickets for the two NASCAR races (The Firekeepers 400 on June 9th and the Consumers Energy 400 on Aug. 11th).

If you're inclined to participate in this promotion, details and tickets are at

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