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Krosnoff: Postcards from Japan

Page 1 of 2 On this date 20 years ago, the racing community lost Jeff Krosnoff in an accident during the final laps of the CART race at Toronto; a crash that also claimed the life of volunteer track worker Gary Arvin. Although 1996 was Krosnoff's rookie season, he'd already established himself as an immensely popular member of the CART paddock. But he was also a long-time member of RACER's extended family: as well as being a close friend of RACER founder and CEO Paul Pfanner, Krosnoff was a regular columnist in California Sports Car magazine (the official magazine of the SCCA's Cal Club region at the time, and the first publication produced by Pfanner Communications).Krosnoff was as...
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