It is a truism that motorcycle racing fans love to collect items connected to their favorite sport. If your budget can't quite stretch to a genuine FTR Moto2 bike, then Indianapolis Motor Speedway can help you out, while helping to do good. The legendary US racetrack is auctioning off a collection of various memorabilia for an excellent cause, the American Red Cross' relief effort in earthquake-stricken Haiti.
The auctions have already raised over $15,000, but more is needed and the Speedway has plenty more to offer fans of MotoGP and fans of other forms of racing. Items such as a Fiat Yamaha team shirt signed by both Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo; a San Carlo Gresini team shirt signed by Marco Simoncelli, or one signed by Marco Melandri; or various items signed by four-wheel stars such as Scott Speed, JR Hildebrand or a total of 18 Indy Car drivers. Do yourself a favor, as well as the people of Haiti, and buy yourself a keepsake.