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Clauson to be inducted into National Sprint Car Hall of Fame

Bryan Clauson is among eight men who will be inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame on June 2 in Knoxville, Iowa. Clauson, who was 27 when he died from injuries suffered at the Belleville Nationals in Aug. 2016, was one of the sport's most popular drivers. He won 41 USAC National sprint car features and two USAC national sprint car championships. He also won the Chili Bowl Nationals, Indiana Sprint Week (twice), and after switching to wing racing he earned wins with the All Stars, National Sprint League, American Sprint Car Series and the Friday night event at the Knoxville Nationals. Clauson is one of three drivers in the Class of 2018. Also to be inducted are Pennsylvania...
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