Rex LeJeune To Retire From Attica

ATTICA, Ohio — After more than 40 years in racing, Rex LeJeune is stepping down to spend more time with his wife and friends. LeJeune has been involved in the racing industry for over 40 years, including the past 17 as director of operations at Attica Raceway Park. LeJeune then moved on to Attica Raceway Park as flagman when it opened in 1988 and waved the flags for the next nine years. From 1994 through ’99, LeJeune was also the flagman at Eldora Speedway thanks to owner Earl Baltes. In 2006, LeJeune went to work with promoter John Bores at Attica Raceway Park. LeJeune has flagged or worked at 69 different race tracks in 20 states over the past 40 years. Plus, so many of the local stars at all the local tracks in all the divisions,” added LeJeune.

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