Dodge and the Challenged Athletes Foundation

For the eighth year in a row, Dodge is sponsoring the Million Dollar Challenge, a seven-day, 620-mile bike race up the California coast beginning October 12. The ride from San Francisco to San Diego is dedicated to raise more than one million dollars for the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), which funds grants to give disabled athletes sporting equipment to get back in the game.

 

Chrysler Group LLC employee Marc Henretta will be participating for the third year as one of 12 physically challenged athletes, along with more than 100 other cyclists. “It’s an epic week,” says Marc as he prepares…

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Dodge and the Challenged Athletes Foundation

Allen Johnson and Dodge Sweep Las Vegas

Allen Johnson and Dodge Sweep Las Vegas

 

Drag racing champion Allen Johnson ran the table in Las Vegas this past weekend with his Dodge Avenger, scoring big wins in both the K&N Pro Stock Challenge on Saturday and the Pro Stock Eliminator feature on Sunday.

 

One of eight elite racers to win an invitation to the K&N Pro Stock Challenge, Johnson came to Las Vegas as the number one seed. The veteran Dodge racer drove around Greg Anderson and his Dodge teammate Jeg Coughlin in the early rounds, knocking out two major…

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Allen Johnson and Dodge Sweep Las Vegas

Brad Keselowski and Dodge Conquer the NASCAR Sprint Cup

In just his third year in the series, Brad Keselowski collected the NASCAR Sprint Cup title in the season finale last night at Homestead Miami. It was the first Sprint Cup crown for Dodge since 1975 and the first ever for team owner Roger Penske.

 

Keselowski comes from a famed Dodge racing family. His dad, Bob, and uncle Ron Keselowski raced Dodges in NASCAR, ARCA, and USAC back in the 1970s. Son Brad began his NASCAR career in 2004, driving the family’s Dodge Ram in the…

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Brad Keselowski and Dodge Conquer the NASCAR Sprint Cup