NTT IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe who drives the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda for Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will launch his new Stop & Go Foundation on Saturday at the Flat 12 Bierworks.

Fresh from the open Indianapolis Motor Speedway test on Wednesday the Mayor of HinchTown with help of Clayton Anderson will launch the foundation.

There will be a silent auction and other activities on the day to help raise funds for a mobile blood unit.

Speaking to RTV6 Indianapolis’ Dave Furst about the new foundation, Hinch said that they are aiming to raise money to purchase a mobile blood truck that will follow the NTT IndyCar Series to all races during the season and will go around the country when the NTT IndyCar Series are on an off weekend.

The vehicle will be on the road 365 days a year. The launch of his new foundation comes four years following his crash at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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