Hyundai Ready to Battle Children’s Cancer and Fight for the Championship at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Hyundai’s No. 33 Elantra N TCR driven by Wickens and Gottsacker will feature a special livery to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hyundai’s Hope On Wheels during the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 240 race on September 16th.

Hyundai Motor America is currently leading the TCR Drivers’ Championship with Bryan Herta Autosport’s Robert Wickens and Harry Gottsacker. They are aiming to extend their lead and secure their first win. Hyundai is also in a good position in the Manufacturers’ Championship, sitting just 10 points behind the leader with two events left in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge schedule.

Hyundai’s Hope On Wheels will celebrate its 25th anniversary by adorning the No. 33 Hyundai Elantra N TCR with a special livery for upcoming events. Additionally, for every lap led by a Hyundai Elantra TCR during the race on Saturday, Hyundai Hope On Wheels will donate $100 to Riley Hospital for Children for every lap led by a Elantra TCR during the race.

The No. 33 car will showcase children’s handprints in honor of Hyundai Hope On Wheels, a campaign to raise awareness about pediatric cancer. Raynie Clark, the national youth ambassador for Hyundai Hope On Wheels, will have her name displayed on the car and will join the BHA team for the race weekend.

Bryan Herta Autosport is proud to represent Hyundai Hope on Wheels at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. They will have a special livery on their No. 33 Elantra N TCR car. The team is honored to have Raynie Clark as their honorary co-driver. The No. 33 car number is in memory of Reese Imhoff, a friend of the team who passed away from osteosarcoma. They continue to run the number 33 and have “Reese is a Beast” decals on all their entries. Hyundai Hope on Wheels’ dedication to helping children with diseases inspires the team to make a difference in their own lives.