76 year old race car driver, Mac Anderson, will be at the EasterFest car show

March 29, 2018


Come meet race car driver Mac Anderson at the Kerrville EasterFest Car Show this Saturday, March 31st from 10 AM- 4:30 PM. Mac is 76 years young and races cars with the Alamo Sports Car Vintage Racing Team. Mac has won five FF2 Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing Class Championships and is a three-time runner-up at The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association US Championships.

Mac not only races because he loves to, he is the poster boy for seniors to get back into the game of life, thrive and survive and leave with their dreams intact. A goal of his is to show seniors they can still achieve their dreams.

He has spent his whole life in and around Kerrville and retired as a History teacher and coach for Tivy. Mac loves to help the young people in the community achieve leadership and productive skills with his can-do/will-do attitude.

Mac races everywhere from Texas to California to New York and even Canada. Mac is eager to meet more citizens of the Hill Country. You can come see him at Kerrville’s EasterFest car show where you can help him fill his tank for his future races. Come help Mac Anderson’s future racing journey by donating what you can to sponsor him. Donors are more than welcome to come watch him race and they can also get notifications and pictures following Mac and his racing journey. For more information on donating, we encourage you to visit him at Kerrville’s EasterFest Car Show or you can contact him through email (mac@omniglobal.net) or by phone at 830-459-3366. You can also contact Donalie Moote at 360-461-2720.

Kerrville EasterFest will be held at Flat Rock Park in Kerrville from 10 AM- 5 PM, Saturday, March 31, 2018.