Crowdfunding Campaign Launched to Help Injured Myrtle Beach Racer

Myrtle Beach Speedway general manager Steve Zacharias has started a GoFundMe page to help Terry Evans, a frequent competitor at the South Carolina track, with his medical bills after Evans was injured along with Justin Milliken in an accident leaving the track last week.

The Racing Brotherhood for Terry campaign states that Evans is without medical insurance and facing a financial burden since the driver of the car who hit him last week was an uninsured motorist.

“Racing can make tempers flare, but in moments of difficulty no family comes together more than the racing family,” the Racing Brotherhood for Terry page states.  “Our Myrtle Beach Speedway family is hurting right now.  Terry Evans, Justin Milliken, Adam Fulford and his son were in an accident.  Terry has serious injuries and Justin is still in the hospital as well. Fortunately, Adam and his son were treated and released.  We are all thinking of Justin and Terry and praying that God will wrap his arms around them, heal them completely and bring them back to us soon.”

Terry Evans scored the win last November in the Southeast Limited Late Model Series 100-lapper at Myrtle Beach Speedway with Justin Milliken at his side.  Milliken is a long-time competitor and former track champion at Myrtle Beach Speedway.

To donate to the campaign, visit the “Racing Brotherhood for Terry” GoFundMe page.


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