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Tag: racing

Our mascot needs a name . . .

Before Families for HoPE was formed in 2006, there’s a character/animal that has served as our unofficial mascot in the HPE community, and that mascot is the frog.  It all started following the passing of Harrison Stauft, forever known as the little boy who loved frogs–specifically, five green and speckled frogs.  This was a song …

HPE Families, Start Your Engines!

The 1st Annual Holoprosencephaly Awareness Week kicks off tomorrow!  We want to hear what you and your family and friends are doing to help raise awareness and educate others about this condition that has made such an impact on our lives. Professional race car driver Kyle Gimple is doing his part to raise awareness today!  …

Underdog = Super Hero

In our HPE world, we know a thing or two about underdogs. From the moment we first heard the word “holoprosencephaly”, we received a front-row seat in the drama of underdogs.  Who hasn’t heard the phrase “incompatible with life”, yet looks around our HPE community world and sees the smiling faces of 20 and 30-year …

Indy

Families for HoPE driver Kyle Gimple recently moved to CJ Wilson Racing, and as a result, he traded the Mini Cooper for a Mazda MX-5. That move brought him a 5th place finish in his July 27 race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the historical track best known as the home of the Indy 500. With …