Manny Pacquiao Foundation
Named and founded on behalf of future Hall of Fame Boxer Manny Pacquiao, The Manny Pacquiao Foundation seeks to empower communities and individuals through charitable support and a message of hope and change.
Manny and his wife, Jinkee, have long supported local communities throughout their careers by building over 1,000 residential homes, aiding in natural disaster relief efforts, covering hospital bills and expenses, and providing food and resources to the hungry.
Through their foundation, the hope is to continue serving such causes in a greater capacity.
Danny is from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Although he is only 10 years old, he has an extraordinary 6 years of racing experience. He is regularly training and has a huge potential to become a legend in motocross world such as Ricky Carmichael or Jeremy McGrath.
Danny is one of our youngest community members who believes in privacy and the Verge vision, and wanted to help the younger generation acknowledge cryptocurrencies by covering his bike with the Verge brand. He did not get any compensation for doing so, but sees it as his contribution to bringing awareness.
Gil is a Verge supporter and a race car driver. He currently races stock cars in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.
In 2017, he became the first ever Luxembourgish NASCAR driver while driving the number 44 race car from Caal Racing team in the Whelen Euro Series, and ended his first season in 9th place overall.
He recently placed 4th and 13th at circuit Zolder - in his second race, he experienced engine difficulties that hindered his performance, but finished the 2018 Season (of the Elite 2 category) in 5th place.
Gill will also be racing in the USA in his next season, with the addition of NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series, the "lmv8 oval championship".
Verge and Gil are both ready to tackle mass adoption and spread its awareness and education through racing.
eSports - Racing
Upstate Racing League
The 2019-2020 Late Model Pro Series will be sponsored by Verge, and will coincide with a new era of racing. After 8 seasons of the Late Model, the Series will now use the Super Late Model.
Some races will allow tire changes which will provide for more strategy and drama to play out. Other changes include a new format with random draw heat racing for all races. Fields will be set to a hard 26 drivers.
Top 20 from heats will automatically transfer into the main feature of the night.