Christopher Clayton served six years in the U.S. Army, in the Special Operation Aviation Regiment Airborne from 2007-2013. Clayton’s main role was a crew chief on a Chinook MH-47G, an advanced heavy-lift helicopter that assists in heavy assault and special operations extractions. His passion and dedication to not only protecting our country is special, serving six tours to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
His work is heroic, but his love of motorsports and winning is infectious. In February of 2013, Clayton was looking to fulfill his dream of being involved in motorsports. It was then he tried out to be a part of the iconic Hendrick Motorsports pit crew. In May of 2013, he was hired by the team and trained for the 2014 NASCAR season. Supporting Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2014, Clayton’s hard work and commitment to the team paid off, as the team went on to win the Daytona 500.
Christopher Clayton is now living his dream because he followed his passion. Three Points Racing Foundation wants to help the men and women of our military fulfill their motorsports passions.
HOW TO HELP
Your support will directly enable a veteran to translate their military experience, get proper training to be a skilled member of a racing organization and transition into full-time employment. For every supporter we get, we’re able to build bigger, better training and transition programs for even more veterans, nationwide.
Donations, no matter the size, will help us provide unique job training opportunities to our veterans. You can donate conveniently online through PayPal or by mail, and many employers participate in gift matching.
Own a business or have airline or hotel points to spare? In-kind donations are gladly accepted and go a long way to offsetting our program expenses.
Three Points Racing Foundation, INC
6582 Westminster Drive
Zionsville, Indiana 46077