Valkyrie Racing’s upcoming ‘Project 356 World Rally’ ice challenge has hit the perfect trifecta when it comes to extreme.
Recently, we covered the announcement of the golf professionals at PXG joining the Valkyrie Racing Team on its Project 356 World Rally. The journey is led by Valkyrie Racing driver Renee Brinkerhoff and co-driver Jason de Carteret to pursue the global mission to end child trafficking. As the team begins its 7th continent of endurance racing, the already modified vintage 1956 Porsche 356A needs a few more modifications to take on the 356-mile ice venture across Antarctica.
Where most motorsport teams grab a set of studded tires for winter conditions, the Valkyrie Racing Team takes it to a whole new level with a custom track and ski system that allows the vintage Porsche to navigate through traitorous conditions. The Porsche is completely re-imagined using state-of-the-art performance and technology to help Renee and Jason conquer the 20,000-mile world excursion. Along with the added modifications, Valkyrie Racing is proud to feature its list of dedicated sponsors into its classic livery design. The team also pledges that anyone who contributes a minimum $356 donation will be inscribed inside the hood of the car, receive a photograph of their name, and an exclusive ‘Antarctica Ice Challenge 356’ hat. The challenge taken on by the Valkyrie Race Team and Renee Brinkerhoff highlights the strength to do good with automotive enthusiasts making a change. Follow Valkyrie Racing’s journey across Antarctica in the Porsche 356A and contribute to the cause by clicking the link below.
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