Race towards a cure!
Join Darin Mock as he races across the country towards a cure! Help Darin and EBRP raise funds for critical research by creating or joining a fundraising team.
Darin Mock is a race car driver in the TransAm series who has EB Simplex. Darin began racing bikes at the age of 5 before moving up to kart racing. He competed in kart races at GoPro Motorplex and the WKA Road Racing Series on iconic tracks like the Daytona Road Course. In his early teens, Darin started competing in the NASA Southeast Spec Iron Series. He was a consistent front-runner and demonstrated his experience at the Virginia International Raceway, Road Atlanta, and Roebling Road. In just his sophomore year running the series, he claimed the 2021 Champions title. In 2021 at the age of 19, Darin raced the full season in the TA2 TransAm Series obtaining multiple top-10 finishes and creating a spotlight as one of TA2's "Young Gun" contenders.
Darin is the son of former driver and NASCAR Cup Series owner, Butch Mock, who also lives with EB Simplex. In Darin's free time, he plays guitar at a local church in Charlotte, NC and works in accounting part-time at Charlotte Gastroenterology,
Learn more and view Darin's 2023 racing schedule HERE.
EB Research Partnership (EBRP) is the largest global nonprofit funding research to discover treatments and cures for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a devastating and life-threatening genetic skin disorder that affects children from birth. Founded in 2010 by a group of dedicated parents and Jill and Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), EBRP has raised over $50M and funded more than 120 EB research projects to date, impacting the clinical landscape with a 20x increase in the number of clinical trials in EB. In 2010, there were only 2 clinical trials in EB, today there is more than 40 - with 3 in Phase III - the final phase before approval.
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