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Mickey Walker Racing driver Mickey Walker has passed away

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Sprint Car driver Mickey Walker has passed away. He was 23, according to Third Turn.

An official cause of death has not been announced yet.

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“The racing community mourns today at the news of Mickey Walker’s passing,” Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series said on Facebook. “A fierce competitor, and genuine person, a wonderful friend. God be with his family and friends during this time of loss. Rest in peace.”

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Third Turn has that he last competed in a race on July 12th, 2020. He finished 23rd in the Creek County Speedway event.

Walker competed in four Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series. He competed in one event in 2014 then three more in 2016.

He also competed twice in the ASCS Warrior Region and three times in the ASCS Red River Region. He made ten starts, including once in 2020, in the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region.

His lone win in the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region came in 2014. Walker also competed in additional racing series including NCRA Sprint Car Series, Oil Capital Racing Series, Sprint Series of Oklahoma, ASCS Long Star Region, ASCS Mid-South Region, NOW600 National Micro Series Winged A-Class, and the Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout.

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He had three career wins.

“It is with a very sad, heavy, broken heart that I post this,” a statement said on the Mickey Walker Racing Facebook page. “Our racer has gone to be with the Lord early this morning. I can speak on behalf of the family when we say thank you for all the calls, texts, messages, food, and visits. We just ask that you lift us up in prayer over anything. We are mourning deeply, and honestly, still in shock.

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“We know our Mickey has won the best, biggest race that anyone could. When you think of number 2, please just say a prayer for us. He loved every single one of his fans. He loved his team. He loved his dad. Where you saw Kenneth, you saw Mickey. Especially at the track. Thank you again, and once again, please just shoot a prayer up for us when he crosses your mind.”

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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