Aline was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who wholeheartedly supported her family’s passion for racing. Her two sons, Nick and Chris, as well as three of her grandchildren race and she spent many summers cheering them on from the stands at Victory Lane Speedway. We miss you Mom!
Submitted by Chris Audette
Beloved photographer for many years at Victory Lane Speedway and friend of all the staff and drivers.
Submitted by Carl Mulder
Super Truck Team Owner
Greg's passion for racing began in the 4-cylinder class. He worked his way through other classes, but he found a home in Super Trucks. He along with Ken Onsowich and their teams kept the class going in its most challenging times.
Submitted by Jason Mann
Pit Crew, Super Truck Team Owner
Ken was one a key person in keeping the Super Truck class alive. He fielded 3+ entries at times, served as the association president, helped organize fundraiser events, and worked openly to help recruit new drivers and bring old trucks out from storage.
Submitted by Tina Driscoll
Pit Crew, Driver, and Employee
Richie was a 29 year member of the Speedway as pit crew, driver, and employee. He was also a talented engine builder helping many of us to the winners circle. You are missed buddy.
Submitted by Derek Pollock
John had a passion for racing. He never missed any of Frank's races. Frank and John spent many days in these stands throughout Frank's childhood. Sadly John passed away in October 2022 and will forever be missed.
Submitted by Frank Veert
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