First it was Dan Wheldon in IndyCar and over the past month a number of drivers in various forms of racing lost their lives doing what they love. After losing three hydroplane drivers this weekend in Key West, and a Rally driver in Belgium, racing lost another driver today.
Argentine driver Guido Falaschi was killed in a crash at Juan Manuel Fangio track during the final lap of a race in the most popular motor sport competition in the South American country.
Race officials and a doctor confirmed the death Sunday of the 22-year-old Falaschi in the event known as Turismo de Carretera.
The accident took place when Falaschi lost control, hit a retaining wall made of tires, swerved back onto the track and was struck by a car driven by Nestor Girolami.
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