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The Peachtree Three Benefiting the National MS Society 2022

Join us on July 14, 2022

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July 14, 2022

Purchase signed hats by Hendrick Motorsports drivers, signed die-cast, shirts, lunch with Chad Knaus and more (listed under "Incentives" here).

Welcome to the iRacing Peachtree Three at Road Atlanta fundraising page! iRacing is teaming up with the National MS Society to put on a race that you do not want to miss. Save the date for July 14th at 8pm EST.  If you would like to make a donation to the Society or do additional fundraising, you are in the right place!

iRacing Event Details

The Peachtree Three at Road Atlanta Benefiting the National MS Society will allow unlimited fast repairs and purchasable advantages for competitors. The cars featured will be the Chevrolet Corvette C8r, Aston Martin Vantage GT4, BMW M4 GT4, McLaren 570S GT4, Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR and Global Mazda MX-5. 

Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series championship-winning crew chief Chad Knaus, 2020 Coca-Cola iRacing Series Champion Nick Ottinger and Executive Vice President and Executive Producer at iRacing Steve Myers, will field a team for the race, and you can watch exclusive coverage of their race camera’s live on

New this year will be multiple purchasable advantages made available to any team that runs in the same split as Myers, Knaus, and Ottinger. They are:

• Teams can issue a drive through penalty to another competitor for $350

•  Teams can call a caution (limit 2) for $500

• A caution with a wave around (limit 1) for $1,000

• A team can add their names to the iRacing AI roster for $5,000

Get your teams together, and let's go racing!

When/How Prizes will be Disseminated

Prizes will be based off the individual fundraising that you do from now until July 31st. All prize requests will be fulfilled via a form sent to eligible event participants in mid-August. Prizes are expected to be mailed out in September.

$100 - decal

$250 - biggie cup with lid

biggie cup with lid
$500 - hat

$750 - hoodie sweatshirt
$1,000 - messenger bag
messenger bag

The top three fundraisers will receive a Logitech G923 Racing Wheel and Pedals (valued at $380)!

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Get registered now with our suite of stream-friendly tools. Be part of the #StreamtoEndMS Discord Server. A place to easily communicate with your peers, share charity streams and stay connected with the Stream to End MS community. Help us achieve our vision of a world free of MS, one stream at a time. Plus, check us out on TWITCH.

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Raise critical funds to change the world for people affected by MS.

About the National MS Society

The Society mobilizes people and resources so that everyone affected by multiple sclerosis can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever. Last year, through our comprehensive nationwide network of services, the Society connected approximately one million people to the connections, information and resources they need. To move closer to a world free of MS, the Society also invested in 380 new and ongoing research projects around the world.

How Your Fundraising Helps


Provides a person with dedicated support from an MS Navigator, through multiple conversations and touchpoints, to address their unique MS challenges and needs


Enables a promising graduate student to work in an MS lab for 20 hours a week over a semester to advance MS research discoveries


Provides a family with respite care services to help support caregivers


Provides an auto modification to help people with MS maintain their driving independence


Hosts one Society in-person program event to educate and connect 100 people affected by MS


One month of support for an MS research fellow to help launch the career of the next great MS research leader


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