IndyCar driver visits All Children's Hospital | News
St. Petersburg, Florida -- This weekend, 175 cars are about to zip their way through 10 races, during the Honda Grand Prix in Downtown St. Pete. And what youngster hasn't thought about what it would be like to be behind the wheel of an Indy car?
Racing For Kids is a national charity that helps raise awareness and funding for children's health care.
IZOD IndyCar Series driver Ryan Hunter-Reay visited with kids at All Children's Thursday signing some autographs and wishing them well with their recovery.
Photo Gallery: IndyCar driver, Racing for Kids visits All Children's
Some of them even popped into the car to take some photos.
Hunter-Reay says when the kids see the car it's like a flying saucer landed in their yard.
Hunter-Reay has been making stops like this with Racing for Kids for about 10 years.