Founders Day -Motor Sports

Lead the Racing Industry –Support Belmont Abbey’s Motorsport Management Program Today!

Goal: 10,000

Belmont Abbey College’s Motorsport Management program is among those leading the country in preparing students for the multi-billion dollar motorsports industry.

This Founders’ Day, you can significantly expand our footprint in the racing industry. With your support, we will train the next leaders of the motorsports industry!

Our students secure internships with many of the top names in North American Racing, including: the Atlanta Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Daytona International Speedway, DIRT, Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, NASCAR, NASCAR Hall of Fame, and many more.

Our alumni hold positions with NASCAR, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Performance Racing Network, FOX Sports, Hendrick Motorsports, Chip Ganassi Racing, Jeff Gordon Inc., and Circuit of the Americas to name a few.

When you make a gift today, you will:

Fund further enrichment and networking trips, on which students meet industry professionals and pursue internship opportunities.

100% of your gift will go towards student experiential learning opportunities like:

  • Indianapolis’ Performance Racing Industry Trade Show
  • Phoenix’s Women with Drive Conference
  • Daytona’s Rolex 24 Hour Race
  • The IndyCar St. Petersburg Grand Prix
  • The NHRA 4-Wide Nationals

And, as a special thank you for your donation to the Founders’ Day Challenge, we will send you novelty Belmont Abbey swag!

When you give $10, you receive a glow-in-the-dark ultimate BAC frisbee.

When you give $50 you receive a glow-in-the-dark ultimate BAC frisbee and a BAC canvas tote bag.

To commemorate Belmont Abbey’s 148th year, when you give a gift of $148 (or $13/month) you will receive four BAC black and gold leather coasters, a bag of St. Benedict hazelnut coffee and the BAC canvas tote bag.

Make a Gift to the Motorsport Management Program Today!

Recent Donations

“What I love about Belmont Abbey’s Motorsport Management program is the opportunity to build connections within the industry through the events and races our classes attends each year.”

Hannah Doll '26

Hannah Doll ’26

“The money raised for the program allows the opportunity to not only learn more about the variety of business areas of motorsport, but also the ability to network and build relationships with potential employers within the industry. Building those relationships plays a vital role in the development of young motorsport professionals and their future careers.”

Andrew Combs '25

Andrew Combs ’25