NASCAR drivers pay tribute to Leffler
DEARBORN, Mich. -- Jason Leffler was frustrated with having to start-and-park to remain a part of NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series, so he returned to the world of dirt tracks and sprint cars to recapture the love of competition.
On Wednesday night, he was killed doing what he loved most.
Leffler, 37, died from blunt-force injuries to the neck according to the medical examiner in an accident during a heat race in the 410 Sprints division at Bridgeport Speedway in Swedesboro, N.J. He is ...
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