BARTCON Racing’s Fundraiser At New Jersey Motorsports Park Benefits Wounded Warriors And NYPD/FDNY Widows & Orphans

Tosha Lackey (center) accepts checks on behalf of both The Wounded Warrior Project and The Answer the Call Foundation from Dr. Mark (DOCTOR D) Dekutoski (left) and Lexi Thomas (right).

Aran Barton manned the BARTCON Racing Wounded Warrior booth at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

Once again this year, BARTCON Racing held a fundraiser during the recent MotoAmerica at New Jersey Motorsport Park, which is the team’s home round. The team raised a total of $4,000 during the event, and the donations will go to The Wounded Warrior Project and the Answer The Call Foundation, which is the New York Police & Fire Widows’ & Children’s Benefit Fund.

“I cannot thank everyone enough for their generous contributions,” Colin Barton, team owner of BARTCON Racing, said, “Also, I would like to especially thank Barry Gilsenan of Celtic Racing for his very generous donation and congratulate him for winning our HJC ‘Aliens Edition’ Helmet Giveaway.”

Chaplain John Dodson (left) and BARTCON Racing Twins Cup rider Dominic Doyle (right) drew Barry Gilsenan’s lucky number in the HJC “Aliens Edition” Helmet Giveaway.

Based in New York City, BARTCON Racing fields MotoAmerica riders in both the REV’IT! Twins Cup and SportbikeTrackGear Junior Cup classes, including long-time team rider Dominic Doyle. This weekend at Barber Motorsports Park for the final round of the 2022 MotoAmerica Championship, Doyle will be aboard the #25 BARTCON Racing Yamaha YZF-R7 in REV ‘IT! Twins Cup, while Spencer Humphreys will be aboard the #29 BARTCON Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400 in SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup.

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