2023 Five-O Racing for Special Olympics IL - LETR

Join us on July 22, 2023

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Five-O Racing is a Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraiser benefiting Special Olympics Illinois. This is a stock car race in which law enforcement personnel race vehicles decked out in their department’s patrol colors and decals.  Emergency lights are encouraged to add to the fanfare!

Driver Information

Each driver must raise a minimum of $500 in donations to participate. Initial starting lineup will be based off each driver’s fundraising efforts. The more a driver raises the higher their position in the lineup. 

All drivers are required to register with Special Olympics Illinois via this page. 

Five-O rules & vehicle requirements : CLICK HERE!

Race format will be available soon!

All offline donations must be sent to SOILL in check form only; do not send cash through the mail. Complete this fillable donor form and send your donations along with it to:

Special Olympics Illinois
Attn: Five-O
605 E Willow St
Normal, IL 61761

Pit Crew Information

Drivers are encouraged to recruit a Pit Crew to assist in their fundraising efforts. All Pit Crew must associate with a driver by joining his or her team on Donor Drive. All funds raised by the Pit Crew will be counted towards the driver's fundraising total. 


This year we are looking to make the Meet-N-Greet BIGGER and BETTER than last year! Timeframe to be determined.


Taylor Wiscons, Special Olympics Illinois | 708-860-2332 or twiscons@soill.org

Chris Soderlund | csoderlund@crestwood.illinois.gov 


Why Special Olympics Illinois? 

Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit organization that serves more than 21,100 traditional athletes with intellectual disabilities and over 2,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities. Through inclusive athletic, health and leadership programs, Special Olympics Illinois empowers our athletes to transform themselves, their communities and the world. Individuals with intellectual disabilities face societal, political and cultural discrimination, ranging from misunderstanding and bullying to isolation and exclusion. At the core of our mission, Special Olympics Illinois is a sports organization that uses the power of sports as a catalyst for social change. We breakdown long-held misconceptions about people with intellectual disabilities by highlighting the inherent talent and unbounded promise of our athletes and how their spirit has, does and will continue to positively impact communities throughout Illinois.