Story By: TEAM TALBOT RACING – GILBERTSVILLE, NY – Team Talbot Racing, with 2023 NASCAR Division 2 national champion Payton Talbot driving, is proud to announce its partnership with the Rett Syndrome Research Trust (RSRT) for the upcoming 2024 racing season.
The team will prominently display the RSRT logo on its vehicles, raising awareness for Rett syndrome and supporting the organization’s mission to find a cure for Rett syndrome and related MECP2 disorders.
Rett syndrome is a rare neurological disorder that primarily affects girls, causing severe impairments in motor and cognitive functions. RSRT is dedicated to advancing research and discovering treatments that will ultimately lead to a cure for this debilitating condition.
Every donation to RSRT plays a crucial role in fueling their research program, bringing them one step closer to their goal of finding a cure. RSRT relies entirely on the generosity of individuals, families, and private sources to fund groundbreaking research that has the potential to change lives.
One remarkable fan of Team Talbot Racing has already pledged to donate $100 for every victory achieved by Payton Talbot and Team Talbot Racing throughout the 2024 racing season. This generous commitment reflects the fan’s dedication to supporting not only the team but also the critical cause championed by RSRT.
The 2024 racing season will kick off at All Tech Speedway in Florida in February, marking the beginning of an exciting journey for Team Talbot Racing and their partnership with RSRT. The team encourages other fans, supporters, and racing enthusiasts to join the cause by making similar pledges or by making direct donations to the Rett Syndrome Research Trust through their website at https://reverserett.org/donate/. When you make your donation at that link, please click “In honor of” and write in “Team Talbot Racing.”
Rett syndrome has touched the Team Talbot Racing community personally, making this partnership with RSRT especially meaningful. The team is committed to using their platform to raise awareness, support research, and make a positive impact on the lives of those affected by Rett syndrome.