NASCAR Short Track Legend Ted Christopher Dies In Plane Crash


Modified championship racer Ted Christopher was one of two people killed when a small plane crashed in the woods in CT on Saturday, officials said.

Mr. Christopher and the pilot of the plane were both casualties in the crash that occurred shortly before 2 woods of North Brandford, Conn., according to the Hartford Courant. He was one of two people on board a plane that went down in Guilford, Connecticut, Saturday afternoon.

Police are still investigating the incident. "He will be missed throughout the racing community". Notably five time NASCAR Driver of the Year Jimmie Johnson tweeted his praise for Christopher while giving his condolences to the late driver's family.

Thompson Speedway Motorsports also send condolences on the late Christopher.

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In a Facebook post from the Speedway, they said Ted was "one of the greatest modified drivers of all time". "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and fellow competitors at this very hard time".

North Branford Police have not released details on where the plane was coming from and where it was headed.

Before a race tonight at Waterford Speedbowl, General Manager, George Whitney said racers followed Christopher's #13 vehicle as it was driven around the track twice in remembrance of the driver killed in the crash this afternoon.

The 59-year-old competed at every level of the famous American racing series during his 29-year career.

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Ted Christopher (No. 82 Horton Avenue Materials Chevrolet) has 42 wins, 133 top fives and 203 top 10s in 372 career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour starts. Ted Christopher was the gold standard when it came to short track racing, specifically the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

"Absolute definition of a racer", racer Alex Bowman tweeted.

At Riverhead Raceway, Fox News reports, officials paid tribute to Christopher by driving his vehicle in a ceremonial lap around the track and then asking for a moment of silence from fans.

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