Daniel Noltemeyer, a 33-year-old from Louisville who was named winner of the annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award last year, was a visitor to Talladega Superspeedway Sunday morning. Noltemeyer, who has Down syndrome, established Best Buddies Kentucky, a foundation that creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has become a spokesperson for the foundation and works for more inclusion for those with disabilities. The Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, now in its fifth year, includes a $100,000 from The NASCAR Foundation to Best Buddies Kentucky. People may nominate dedicated NASCAR fans who have made a profound impact on the lives of children in their community at NASCAR.com/award through May 8. Source: NASCAR Wire Service FULL STORY »
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