By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The New Jersey racing community is dealing with a death. Some racers outside of the state may have interacted with this man, as well.
Bridgeport Speedway General Manager Danny Serrano has passed away. An official cause of death is not known at the time of this post.
According to a Facebook post by Bridgeport Speedway, Serrano passed away on Thursday.
“Ourselves here at Bridgeport would like to send our condolences to his family and friends and we have a few words to say about Danny,” the track said in a post. “Danny started his love for racing at a young age with his gram and man oh man did it start a crazy adventure for Danny. Throughout his time at Bridgeport, New Egypt and wherever else you may have found Danny, you knew you were in for a treat with tons of laughs and discussions about racing to the highest degree.
“Danny had a love for racing that cannot be matched. He had smile on his face and an understanding personality that put him at the highest level when dealing with fans, drivers, officials, or whoever he was talking to. It was the simple things in life that made him happy…his girlfriend Karen, his racing family, and his work as a general manager. Danny’s love and dedication for Bridgeport was so immense, that he would never back down from a challenge at the track. We’d have to tell him often to take a break and relax because he was always on the go handling business, venturing to other tracks for promotions, cutting the grass, you name it and he would be there doing it without any hesitations.”
Serrano’s death comes right before the start of a new season at the track under new ownership. Bridgeport Speedway will officially open its schedule on March 28-29 with the Kingdom of Speed 100 featuring 358 Small Blocks, Modifieds, SpeedSTR’s, Street Stocks, MASS, and 602 Sportsman.
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