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WoO driver Jason Johnson dies in sprint auto crash

World of Outlaws driver Jason Johnson 41 dies after crash at Wisconsin track Jason Johnson
Cary Erickson | 25 June, 2018, 23:28

A lengthy extrication period followed before he was airlifted to Aurora Summit Hospital in Summit, Wisconsin.

World of Outlaws sprint auto driver Jason Johnson died Sunday morning after he was involved in a crash Saturday night.

Johnson crashed on the 18th lap of a 40-lap race as he was battling Daryn Pittman for the lead after a restart on the 1/3-mile long dirt oval, according to World of Outlaws.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. responded to the tragic news of World of Outlaws Sprint vehicle racer Jason Johnson's death on Sunday, offering his condolences to Johnson's family.

Condolences poured in on social media.

Earnhardt was one of many fellow drivers and fans to commemorate Johnson's tragic death.

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"Won some races, and championships together".

"With the same courage, passion and vigor that he raced with each night, he fought valiantly to the end", Jason Johnson Racing said in a statement.

It was painfully reminiscent of what the racing community went through in August 2016 when national star Bryan Clauson suffered life-threatening injuries in a midget race in Kansas and died the next day. "My heart goes out to Jason, his family, his friends, his competitors and his fans".

In 2013, Jason Leffler died following a crash at a New Jersey sprint vehicle race. Stewart, Larson and current NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne own Outlaws race teams.

Kingsburg's Cory Eliason, racing for Easton-based Roth Motorsports, was eighth in the Outlaws race in Wisconsin.

"Everyone at SLS Promotions offers our deepest, most honest thoughts, prayers and condolences to Bobbi Johnson (Jason's wife), Jaxx Johnson (the couple's son) and the entire Johnson family and JJR Racing team".