Chevrolet “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Content Available from Talladega
Chevrolet has made available for media use high-definition video interviews of Austin Dillon, Ty Dillon and breast cancer survivor Donna Greene of Birmingham, Alabama from this morning’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” event – a partnership between Chevrolet and the American Cancer Society.
Media may download photography, interviews, event b-roll, and pace car and on-board footage from both Chevrolet SS pace cars:
Chevrolet SS Pink Pace Car footage
Driver and survivor interviews
Ty Dillon, Q1: Talk about the experience of taking breast cancer survivors around Talladega in the Chevrolet SS pace car.
Ty Dillon, Q2: Did you have any ‘screamers’ ride with you?
Austin Dillon, Q1: Tell us about your experience this morning and the special meaning to you and your family of dealing with breast cancer.
Austin Dillon, Q2: Did you have any ‘screamers’ ride with you?
Donna Greene, breast cancer survivor, Q1: Talk about your experience as part of the Making Strides program.
Donna Greene, breast cancer survivor, Q2: Talk about taking a lap in the Chevrolet SS pink pace car.
Austin and Ty Dillon Hot Laps
Chevrolet SS Pink Pace Car wrap timelapse
Event photos of pace cars and breast cancer survivors
In partnership with the American Cancer Society for the seventh consecutive season, Chevrolet is participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign (MSABC). This weekend at Talladega Superspeedway, Chevrolet hosted 25 survivors and their guests on Saturday morning, providing them hot laps around the 2.66-mile track with Chevy drivers Austin and Ty Dillon. They also were treated to a hospitality experience complete with breakfast, a unique activity, driver question-and-answer session, autographs, photos and tickets to the race.
Chevrolet will once again campaign a pink Chevrolet SS pace car this weekend at Talladega. For every lap the pink pace car “leads” the field under caution, Chevrolet will donate $350 per lap, (up to $50,000) to the MSABC program.