Woman racer and philanthropist Renée Brinkerhoff will take on a final 356 miles on ice in a vintage car, completing a near 20,000-mile global endeavor on all seven continents.
While cross-country expeditions provide a challenge on their own, a drive around a globe is something only determined individuals are dared to face. The founder of Valkyrie Racing Renée Brinkerhoff is up to take on the challenge of racing on every continent in her Porsche 356. As a humanitarian, Renée and her co-driver, Jason de Carteret are set to take off the final challenge of Antarctica with the goal of raising more than $450,000 for frontline organizations that are combatting child trafficking. The golf professionals at PXG are proud to announce their sponsorship of the expedition, with its logo proudly displayed on the rear engine cover of the modified Porsche 356. According to Parsons, who was introduced to Brinkerhoff and Valkyrie Racing through golf, PXG’s involvement underscores the company’s commitment to taking extreme measures in the name of performance and, more importantly, providing hope. Follow Renée Brinkerhoff’s final expedition across Antarctica and help donate to the cause by clicking the link below.