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Popular sprint car driver Greg Hodnett has died from injuries suffered in a crash during Thursday night’s 410 sprint car feature at BAPS Motor Speedway.
Former DIRT vice president and Miller Brewing Company Senior Marketing Director Rich Rubenstein passed away March 1 after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Former SCCA National GT-1 champion Maxwell Lagod died Saturday following a long battle with lymphoma. He was 41.
Paul Clark, the 1982 Badger Midget Auto Racing Ass’n champion, died Feb. 18 in Madison, Wis. He was 58. Clark spent the last 22 years of his life in constant care for injuries suffered in a 1988 USAC National Midget Series race.
Longtime Indianapolis Motor Speedway public address announcer Tom Carnegie died this morning at age 91. Here’s a sampling of what folks from the motorsports industry are saying about Carnegie.
Bill Noble, a five-time SCCA Formula Vee National champion, died Jan. 18 after a prolonged battle with blood cancer. He was 69.
Don MacLaren, a veteran supermodified racer known as The Flying Scotsman and Big Daddy to fans in New England and New York, died Wednesday of complications from diabetes. He was 75.
John Anderson, a fixture in Indy-car racing garages for more than 30 years, died suddenly Dec. 16 after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.
Tom Walkinshaw Former team owner Tom Walkinshaw died over the weekend from cancer.
Bill Lutz, a native of Louisville, Ky., was the late-model stock-car champion at O’Hare Stadium in Schiller Park in 1959 and again in 1964 and was always among the frontrunners at the banked quarter-mile paved oval that once sat in the shadows of Chicago’s O’Hare Int’l Airport.

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