Fernando Alonso won the Le Mans 24 as he continued his quest for the Triple Crown of motor sports at the world’s biggest sports car race.
It was such a big win that our friends over at NASCAR America talked about it during Monday’s edition of the show.
Check out the video below:
YORK HAVEN, Pa. (AP) — Sprint Car driver Greg Hodnett died after a crash Thursday night at BAPS Motor Speedway.
The 49-year-old Hodnett, from Spring Grove, Pa., was the World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year in 1993 and went on to win 20 World of Outlaws races. He won the opening night this year at the Knoxville Nationals.
“Greg represented the true gentleman competitor in the pit area,” World of Outlaws CEO Brian Carter said.
A statement was posted on Hodnett’s racing website, saying: “Please keep (wife) Sherry, the entire Hodnett family, and the Heffner racing team in your thoughts and prayers.
“Greg was a professional in every sense of the word, and will be desperately missed!”
Several NASCAR drivers took to Twitter to express their condolences: