Dustin Apgar’s Crash Shocked Fans; a Real Tragic Death
We are saddened to learn that MotoAmerica crew chief Dustin Apgar passed away on Saturday morning, March 27. Dustin Apgar’s crash led him to death.
According to reliable sources, Dustin Apgar, 42, of Buckeye, Arizona, died in “Paramotor crash in Arizona.”
The racer worked with Bartcon Racing as the crew chief for rider Dominic Doyle in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup competition.
Apgar leaves behind his wife, Kim Apgar, his young son Dustin Apgar, Austin, Texas, and his mother, Mary Apgar of Lincoln, Vermont.
Bartcon Racing owner Colin Barton said, “After having a very successful season with Dominic, Dustin was returning this year to be crew chief and work with both Kayla Yaakov and Keagan Brown in the Junior Cup Series.”
Dustin Apgar’s Crash in Arizona; a Fatal Accident
Following the tragic news, several fans and supporters reacted and paid tribute, and stated their condolences on social media websites.
CycleLaw wrote on Twitter: “RIDE IN PEACE BIKEFAM…Love you brother.”
One user wrote that: “Terrible. I think he leaves behind a little one who lost their mother a year ago, too.”
Other users wrote: “Always blows my mind that he is the reason I wanted to hit the track. The helmet drag at Chuckwalla was my defining moment. A veteran. A friend. A good guy.” “Damn it man, RIP racer. I think he had one of those paramotor gliders.”
His family needs privacy; please respect them during this difficult time. More information about his death will be updated as we receive it.
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