Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled is a juiced-up remake of the classic late 90s racer, containing all the tracks from the original game, all the tracks from its PS2 sequel, and plenty of extra content in the form of free DLC updates. Now Crash and the gang are getting into charity work, via Activision’s own Call of Duty Endowment program.

The program helps war veterans obtain high-quality jobs when they leave the service, and CTR’s new Firehawk Kart is meant to support the cause. The Firehawk Kart is a vehicle fashioned in the style of an old-timey WWII biplane, complete with “kamikaze” face on the nose. 100% of profits earned from the Firehawk Kart’s sale will go to the COD Endowment.

Currently Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled is knee-deep in the Spooky Grand Prix, the fourth Grand Prix to be held in the game. Three new racers have arrived in this update: Nina Cortex, Dr. N. Brio, and Komodo Moe. The former will appear in the Nitro Gauge while the latter two will show up in the Pit Stop. Nina comes with her own new track: Nina’s Nightmare.

There are also new seasonally appropriate karts on the way: the boney Skull Rider, the operatic Phantom kart (inspired by the Organ Grinder kart from Crash Team Tag Racing), and the Nautilus, which is sea-themed and a bit out of place. Find Nautilus and Phantom in the Nitro Gauge and Skull Rider in the Pit Stop.

Be on the lookout for other new additions including special items for sale in the Pit Stop, Halloweeny stickers and decals, and some returning items from CTR’s first Grand Prix. And, also, the Firehawk Kart, which is available now.