While Hollywood love story can be in racing to make headlines on the month of April during the Toyota Grand Prix Pro / Celebrity Race, and the romance of this particular competition is not a different thing.
Actually from the 1st race of 1977, about 550 of the biggest names in Hollywood have led every Toyota Motorsports annually. 14th April - the 36th Running of the event - the latest drivers from Glamour done no less glorious task of the participants were the first.
Those celebrities who have responded the invitation for the race including the winner of previous year, William Shatner, Keanu Reeves, Tony Hawk ,William Fichtner, Gene Hackman, George Lucas, Queen Latifah, Cameron Diaz, Laila Ali, Jay Leno, and some of the sports legends such as; Joe Montana, Tito Ortiz, Martina Navratilova and so on.
Some of the luminaries have got the glory of yelling through the pave of Long Beach, California, in the modified race of Toyota Scion tCs as attractive as any release or glamorous, glitzy red carpet event.
Of course, it is the oldest as well as most revered road of the country, the stars cannot worry if your hair is or distribute the Program is correct - they are too busy to feel the desire of the race.
Some of the lucky groups that the opportunity for glory of the modified race Toyota Scion has been running tCs, has first hand experienced the largest, as well as longest-running corporate-sponsored racing event all over the world for celebrity. Although the distance from the stars it head to head against the race looks to celebrities to unite for one thing: his enthusiasm for them.
In this competition, star to star, every driver - are in it to win - even celebrities who do not turn pro. Since in this case means a victory more than a trophy that they can win: The race will benefit the charity of the company of your choice, and the Racing for Kids, as well as the winner’s chose charity.
Moreover, Racing for Kids falls under a national organization which contributes for the Miller Kid's Hospital across Long Beach as well as for the Orange County Children's Hospital which provides service in Southern California.