One of the best parts of the NASCAR community is the willingness of racers to rally behind a good cause.

At Dover International Speedway this weekend, drivers and teams are standing together to support autism awareness. Thursday, many of the stars of NASCAR participated in the 2016 Drive for Autism charity golf tournament, an annual event founded and chaired by Artie Kempner, the Coordinating Director for NASCAR on FOX.

And this weekend at the track, a lot of teams are rocking the autism puzzle piece on their cars, as well as the names of friends touched by autism.

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We can't think of a better way to help build awareness and carry the flag for autism research.

.@AJDinger & the #47 team supporting Autism Awareness @MonsterMile this weekend. STORY:

— JTG Daugherty Racing (@NASCAR47) May 14, 2016

Thank you for the support, @NASCARONFOX, @aric_almirola, @wtrentowens, and @RPMotorsports! #DriveForAutism

— Drive for Autism (@Drive4Autism) May 14, 2016

The No. 10 @NaturesBakery / @AutismDelaware Chevrolet is ready for practice @MonsterMile. #NASCAR

— Stewart-Haas Racing (@StewartHaasRcng) May 14, 2016

For this @Drive4Autism weekend on the No. 3 car: a friend of the Dillon family, Dimitri #Drive4Autism #AAA400

— RCR 3 NXS Team (@RCR3TDillon) May 14, 2016

Support Autism through the Text to Give campaign! Details ⬇️ #DriveForAutism

— Drive for Autism (@Drive4Autism) May 14, 2016

This cause is very close to our team. #DriveForAutism @Drive4Autism #NASCAR

— CSLFR95 (@CSLFR95) May 14, 2016