Head Racing Introduces Dylan Cromwell Memorial Scholarship

— On Sunday, October 24, 2021, Dylan Cromwell was killed in a highway accident while driving one of the Head Racing Funny Car transporters to the NHRA Nevada Nationals in Las Vegas. The 23-year-old Montana native made a profound impact on the Head Racing team and driver Blake Alexander, and the group has now banded together to form the Dylan Cromwell Memorial Scholarship. Head Racing will also honor Cromwell during the upcoming NHRA U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis Raceway Park, beginning with a celebration of life on Thursday, August 31. Cromwell was born and raised in Scobey, Montana, a small town in the northeast corner of the state. Cromwell was proud to call Scobey home, so it was important to Head, Alexander and Cromwell’s family to help other young people from Scobey through the Dylan Cromwell Memorial Scholarship. “We have been working with the Cromwells for some time on establishing this,” said Jim Head, team owner, Head Racing. Lindberg drove the Head Racing Funny Car when Cromwell, 18 at the time, was hired. Head Racing will host the Cromwell family, including parents Shane and Tiffany and Dylan’s brother, Kevin, throughout the U.S. Nationals weekend.

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