INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Car enthusiasts with Faster Lifestyle met at Monument Circle for the second annual Fast Rally Friday morning.
Many spectators came out to the free event.
Drivers will be taking nearly 80 high-end sports cars to St. Louis, Nashville and back to Indianapolis while raising awareness of the high suicide rate amongst veterans.
Entry fees from all participants will go to the National Veterans Training Foundation.
Founder of Faster Lifestyle Chad Snellenberger told News 8 he wants to help reduce the 22 suicides that happen daily amongst veterans.
Their travels include private events to enjoy 1,200 miles of racing one another at tracks and airport runways.
Snellenberger said the rally has grown as 35 participants from across the country, including Canada entered last year. The founder mentioned there’s a diverse crowd of drivers this year as well.