The BRAKES Texas Hold'Em Tournament has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ray Evernham Enterprises, an event venue that houses Evernham's memorabilia and personal car collection.
The charity event will raise money for the organization's efforts to provide free, hands-on driver training for teens and their parents.
Registration for the tournament begins at 6:30 p.m., with cards in the air at 7.
A ticket to play is $175 and includes the buy-in, three drink tickets and dinner, which will be catered by The Galway Hooker of Cornelius.
The tournament winner will receive a 50-inch Samsung flat-screen TV. Players will receive an additional $250 in chips for bringing a nonplaying guest for a $40 donation.
Seats are limited, so players should register in advance. To RSVP, or to ask about sponsoring a table, call 704-732-8950.
A celebrity player will be seated at each of the starting tables. Celebs include Don Miller, former president of Penske Racing; Rick Ren, director of competition at Kyle Busch Motorsports; Mike Minter, former Carolina Panther and president of Mike Minter Enterprises; Randy LaJoie, two-time Busch Series champion; Jimmy Spencer, Speed Channel reporter and host; and Brendan Gaughan, a NASCAR Nationwide Series driver.
Top Fuel Dragster racer Doug Herbert of Lincolnton founded BRAKES in memory of his two sons, who were killed in a single-vehicle wreck on Jetton Road in Cornelius.