Driver donates go-kart gaming system to Riley Hospital for Children

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Racing at Riley!

Wednesday, Carmel High School Student and Lucas Formula Racing Series driver Jack Dorsey donated a racing system he designed and built himself to Riley Hospital for Children.

It’s a videogame that lets kids put their skills to the test on the track.

It was made possible through Dorsey’s charity “The Anchor Foundation.”

10% of the money donated to his team goes to the foundation, to help children’s hospitals and Make-A-Wish.

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