Sébastien Bourdais



Kart 4 Kids 2023

The 12th Annual Kart 4 Kids Pro-Am Race was held at Andersen Race Park in Palmetto, FL on March 1, 2023 featuring professional drivers alongside amateur teams to raise $282,000 for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

IMSA sportscar driver and St. Petersburg resident, Sébastien Bourdais headlined the event along with drivers from the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, IMSA, and World Challenge and other racing series. 

In the race’s history, more than $1.6 million has been donated to provide critical, patient care equipment for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, the Kart 4 Kids Relief Fund that provides support for staff, patients and families and the Kart 4 Kids Concussion Initiative which is conducting ground-breaking research on concussions in children. The research is changing the trajectory of concussion recovery and survival in children and adults.

“Collaboration between Kart 4 Kids Concussion Initiative, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and INDYCAR has already led to some incredible discoveries that will change motorsports for the better,” says Kart 4 Kids president, Chris Russick. “Findings were presented at a global concussion conference in 2022 and this initiative has the potential to help a lot of people worldwide.”

Become a Sponsor

2023 Kart 4 Kids Pro-Am Program

Race Day Schedule

Our next event is Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Download the event schedule here.

To sponsor a team, please contact Bob Dikman at bdikman@dikman.com

Registration is now open!

Be sure not to miss the online auction

INDYCAR Driver Sébastien Bourdais Thrills Kart 4 Kids Donors with Lap Around Firestone Grand Prix

Ever wonder what it’s like to ride along with IndyCar driver, Sebastien Bourdais, on track at the Grand Prix of St Petersburg?

Every year, we auction off a few rides to lucky winners and it never fails to leave them with anything but an ear-to-ear grin. For those brave enough to ride along, we thank you for your support and leaving us with great video to share.

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