Video of Knoxville Crash

Dakota Hendrickson and Lynton Jeffrey were fine and sources say Jon Agan was treated and released from the hospital after this horrifying crash last Saturday during the A Main at Knoxville Raceway. After Dakota's initial contact with the already upside down, Agan, Dakota's throttle stuck and steering was disabled. He was reaching for the "Kill" switch when his Dead Down Wind #4 pounded the wall head-on, full throttle. Dakota managed to shut it off after he is laying on his side.
Ian Madsen Holds Off Field in Marathon at Knoxville!

Ian Madsen Holds Off Field in Marathon at...

KNOXVILLE RACEWAY, Knoxville, IA, July 26, 2014 – Ian Madsen was victorious for the second time this season and the fourth time in his career at the Knoxville Raceway on Saturday night in the 410 feature. A roller coaster A main saw just fifteen competitors cross the checkers at the finish. In the 360 class, Justin Henderson won for the second time this season, padding the BDS Motorsports #1 owner’s point lead in that class. Before a lap could be completed in the 410 A main, Austen Wheatley flipped after contact from another car. Danny Lasoski spun to avoid the incident. Wheatley was o.k., and Lasoski restarted at the tail. On the complete restart of the 20-lapper, Dusty Zomer took command from the pole, with Madsen and Mark Dobmeier in tow. With just a lap in the books, Cole Wood flipped hard in turn one. He was also uninjured. After the race went green again, Madsen found his way by Zomer on lap three to take the point. Brian Brown was on the move as well, going from...more
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