Founders Day 2022-Motor Sports

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

Goal: 4,000

The Motorsport Management program at Belmont Abbey College is one of the top programs in the country that prepares students for business careers in the multi-billion dollar motorsports industry.

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

Already our students are securing 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 are becoming leaders in the industry holding 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, your gift will:

  • 100% will go toward experiential learning opportunities for students.
  • Send our students to meet and network with industry experts during events at Daytona, Bristol, Talladaga, and Texas Motor Speedway. At the races students will experience in real-time what it takes to operate the various components of the racing industry.
  • Provide extended classroom learning and networking opportunities at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and other local facilities.

And, as a special thank you during the Founders’ Day Challenge, each donation of $5 or more will get a Tiny Saint Benedict Keychain!

Make a Gift to the Motorsports Management Program Today!

Recent Donations

“The program by far exceeds any expectations due to the access of real life professionals that are actually our teachers. The access and network they provide are what most others can’t offer, and I think the past history of alumni working in racing successfully is a big sign that BAC has it right.”

Ben Weber '20

Ben Weber ’20