Sprint Car Hall Of Famer Jean Lynch Dies

Jean Lynch, one of the first women inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, has died. Sprint car racer Sye Lynch confirmed his grandmother’s death in a Facebook post on Saturday. Outside of driving, Jean Lynch performed just about any role that an individual could in the racing world. Jean was also a board member for the All Stars for many years and coordinator of Ohio Sprint Speedweek. Their son, Ed Jr. raced sprint cars and won 105 features at Pennsylvania’s Lernerville Speedway. His son, Sye, currently races with the All Star Circuit of Champions. Jean Lynch was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 2013.

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