Chili Pepper Racing, racing for the health of it


Ooltewah, TN (Sept. 7, 2005)
Brothers Jim and John Osborn of Chili Pepper Racing announced today that close friend and world class driver Randy "the Rocket" Pobst will be Co-Hosting the 2005 Post Petit LeMans Charity Motorcycle Charity Ride on October 2, 2005. With generous backing from Road Atlanta, Sports Car Revolution, Autosport Development, Trenton Forging and the Flowery Branch Yacht Club participants of the 2005 motorcycle charity ride will be cruising the famous 12 turn road course at Road Atlanta then heading off through the winedy roads of North Georgia for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon of great scenery, food and bench racing with some of North America's best road racers. Last years participants included Terry Borcheller, Stu Hayner, Randy Pobst, Seth Thomas, and TV Star Greg White of "Two Wheel Tuesday". " Last years ride was a great success" said Jim Osborn, " and we expect this year to be even better. Several of the guest riders from last year have returned, including Terry Borcheller and his wife Tracy, and the Bimmerworld guys....and we have some new riders this year including Alex Job, Dorsey Schroeder, and Mitch Wright, and Steve Pfeiffer...There are drivers participating this year from the American LeMans, Grand American, Pro Miata, and SPEED World Challenge series.

"We are excited to have Randy (Pobst) co-hosting this years event. Randy has always been a supporter of our charity endeavors and is such a great driver and should be a fantastic event," continues Osborn.

All monies raised from the 2005 Post Petit LeMans Charity Motorcycle Ride go to The Light House Family Retreat and Remote Area Medical. Expenses for this years ride are bourne by Chili Pepper Racing and its corperate partners. 

Rental motorcycles are available through our marketing partners to those with a valid motorcycle riders license. (contact

To register or to find out more information on the 2005 Post Petit LeMans Motorcycle Charity Ride, Chili Pepper Racing or "racing with a reason" partners visit:

or contact Amy Jo Young at

The Lighthouse Family Retreat is a seaside family retreat established in December 1999 to serve families caring for children with cancer. Melinda Mayton's, founder of Lighthouse Family Retreat, purpose is to provide a place of hope and renewal to families facing fear and challenges most of us will never experience. The retreat is a way to allow the children and family to escape for a week of fun and rejuvenation. The program is designed to reconnect families, strengthen parents, bring laughter to children, and find hope in God. The vision of Lighthouse Family Retreat is to host 12 to 18 retreat

Remote Area Medical® (RAM) Volunteer Corps is a non-profit, volunteer, airborne relief corps dedicated to serving mankind by providing free health care, dental care, eye care, veterinary services, and technical and educational assistance to people in remote areas of the United States and the world.
The need to get medical care to people in inaccessible regions was one which founder Stan Brock knew all too well while living 15 years with the Wapishana Indians in the Amazon rain forest. When he left South America to do the Wild Kingdom television series, he found medically helpless populations throughout the world. His deep desire to find a way to take health care to people who had none was the seed of RAM.

To find out more information on Chili Pepper Racing or “racing for the health of it” partners visit their websites at:

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