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Mike Stefanik, Ex-NASCAR Champion, Dies in Plane Crash

NYTimes.com Monday, 16 September 2019
Mr. Stefanik, a driver who set records on the Whelen Modified Tour, was piloting a single-engine plane when it crashed in Connecticut.
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The New Hampshire Motor Speedway is remembering modified stock car great Michael Stefanik, who was killed in a single-engine plane crash. He was 61. Katie Johnston reports.

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