Brock Fisher talks about his experience during the 12-hour race.
December 2021 | Midlothian, TX
"On Mission Motorsports is a superb veteran and first responder-focused nonprofit organization which brings people together for fellowship, teamwork, personal growth, and a whole lot of fun.
Each and every person involved cares about everyone in the group and his or her journey. We all have different paths, unique experiences, and powerful stories of coping, growing, and ultimately surviving a life few understand. Sure, you race off-road, but what Jeff and Melanie Goldsmith and Eric Suarez give us isn't just a chance to compete on the track, but a chance to keep competing in life.
I encourage all veterans and first responders, regardless of your personal story, to seek out and find an organization like On Mission Motorsports to learn, grow, heal, and help each other.
If you can help, do so. Don't know how? Volunteer. Share a post on social media. Donate money or other resources. Or, just show up. After all, that's the ultimate message here about life - show up, run the race, finish the race."- Jay Pinsky
"On Mission Motorsports accept people with open arms, no questions asked. As a stress reliever, this is absolutely the best thing I have found and I have tried all sorts of crazy therapies.
This, by far, has given me the most. It’s given me something to look forward to, and it’s given my family and I some joy!”-Jessica Coleman
Read more about Jessica's story, featured in Coffee or Die magazine when On Mission Motorsports was known as Desert Vets Racing Southeast.