Discussion in 'Short Track Racing' started by StandOnIt, Feb 10, 2018.
Unfortunately he passed away. Terrible news.
So incredibly sad. From the highest of highs with two back to back wins at Jackson to this. Rip Ragin Cajun..
Someone had a link to a video of the accident on twitter, but it had been removed by the the time I clicked it. All I heard was it was a very violent flip.
This is from Nick Bromberg from Yahoo. It's the only description of what happened that I've found. The YouTube video he linked to is gone, looks like WoO has done a good job of scrubbing it from YouTube, probably for the best to be honest.
"Per a video posted to YouTube that corresponds to the picture of the broken billboard, Johnson’s car got pinched between the wall and another car. His car then flipped over and he ended up flipping out of the track between the wall and signage posted outside of the track after hitting that PBR billboard."
RIP Jason Johnson. Very sad, the dark side of the sport we all love. Liveleak.com has the video.
Wow, not to speculate but I'd have to say the flip into the billboard probably played a big part.
Awful news, RIP Jason Johnson.
Bell in the 11
Good scrap by the wingless sprints
Idk why there was no catchfence there. The speeds they were hitting at that track was nuts
Nice tribute to Jason Johnson
I've never seen an inside groove like this one
This photo is jarring...
Larson pure bad ass
Yeah, great stuff there. I keep seeing references that Larson is limited to 25 sprint car races per year. How does it seem like he's racing multiple times per week and staying under that?
I’d love to see him in an Indycar. Also he raced in Ohio Speedweek which was 7 immediately
Christopher Bell win feature at Red Dirt Raceway defeating the national USAC midget points leader
Race highlights if they work go to Facebook. site below
Speed Shift TV
Ha that’s awesome!
Anyone here going to be at Williams Grove the 20th and 21st of July for the WOO race?
Jokers Wild race at Eldora..good one
The night before the Kings Royal race
Kings Royal won by half a car length.
angry bees in a bullring
1st outlaw win
I saw a tweet about Freddie Rahmer winning his first WoO race and couldn't believe it was his first, momentarily forgetting we're talking about his kid.
Freddie Rahmer in Victory Lane with his father Fred Rahmer.
That was a heck of a race between Lance Dewease and Donny Schatz at Williams Grove. Congrats to Dewease, who passed Fred Rahmer for most feature wins at Williams Grove with 91 wins!!!
The Grove is hallowed ground for sprint cars... to me right up there with Knoxville and Eldora. Knoxville has the Nationals, and Eldora has the King's Royal, the two biggest races of the year. But the Williams Grove National Open in September is the third biggest race, and The Grove's weekly slate featuring the Pennsylvania Posse is the best anywhere. And 91 career wins just boggles my mind.
Ill be at Weedsport this Sunday!!
couple of wrecks, tricky track
Tony Stewart was racing at Knoxville with the All-Stars tonight, but it didn't go that well for him. He didn't make it out of the C-Main. Kerry Madsen won, with the 62 year-old Sammy Swindell second.
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