A father of a boy and two girls with another baby girl on the way, Kenny Habul balances being a successful business owner, race car driver and family man.
While in Ohio last Thursday afternoon, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver and his family visited the Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) and made a $100,000 donation on behalf of everyone at his company, SunEnergy1.
For more than half a century, Nationwide has partnered with NCH to provide life-saving care to children and their families. The third annual Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 at Mid-Ohio was part of the company’s effort to raise awareness and more than $4 million for NCH and its wide-ranging, world-class research efforts.
In his 11th career XFINITY Series start and second of the season, Habul qualified 15th and finished 28th.
Last month, Denny Hamlin drove Habul’s SunEnergy1 No. 20 Toyota Camry to New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s Victory Lane.