Indy Formula one carsA Grand Prix event in St. Petersburg, Florida, donated their leftovers — 5 tons of steak, lobster, shrimp and sandwich trays — to a St. Vincent de Paul charity. “We’ve been unloading for three days,” said Sophie Sampson, the executive director there. “The Indy Racing League Ministry, an organization serving the Grand Prix’s sanctioning body, has been donating unused food to rescue missions for years, and in 2006 gave away about 100,000 pounds in communities where races take place, according to its Web site.” (– St. Petersburg Times)

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