NASCAR drivers remember Eldora Speedway founder on Twitter
Eldora Speedway founder Earl Baltes passed away on Monday.
Many in the NASCAR community took to Twitter to remember the legendary promoter and owner of Eldora from 1954 – 2004.
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— Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) March 23, 2015
Just heard the sad news of the passing of Earl Baltes. His contribution to dirt track racing will forever be remembered. Thank you Earl!
— Jeff Gordon (@JeffGordonWeb) March 23, 2015
— Eldora Speedway (@EldoraSpeedway) March 23, 2015
Very sad to hear about the passing of legendary track promoter Earl Baltes What a class act! Thoughts & prayers to his family! #fb
— Larry mcreynolds (@LarryMac28) March 23, 2015
RIP #earlbaltes So sad. He did so much for short track racing. But he lived a full life
— David Stremme (@DavidStremme) March 23, 2015
Sorry to hear of the Original Owner of @EldoraSpeedway "Earl Baltes" passing, The first promoter in American history to pay 1 Million to WIN
— Kenny Wallace (@Kenny_Wallace) March 23, 2015
Just read we lost the Eldora legend Earl Baltes. I was fortunate enough to meet him after my kings royal win he was a neat man RIP
— Brad Sweet (@BradSweet49) March 23, 2015
— Rico Abreu (@Rico_Abreu) March 23, 2015
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