Two rival NASCAR drivers established a Super Bowl bet for a good cause, Heather Nauert reported.

Georgia native David Ragan, an Atlanta Falcons fan, bet Connecticut native Joey Logano $2,000 that his New England Patriots would fall to the NFC champs.


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Ragan said Logano would have to donate the money to Shriners' Hospital For Children, and if the Patriots win, Ragan would donate the same amount to Logano's foundation.

Logano called Ragan's bet and raised the amount to $2,200, a homage to his Team Penske #22 Ford.

In three weeks, Logano and Ragan will join dozens of other drivers in their own 'big game', as the green flag drops in Florida at the Daytona 500 on February 26 on FOX.

Who do you think will win the bet? Let us know in the comments below, and don't miss Super Bowl LI on FOX!


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