Adam Petty life, legacy to be preserved at Petty Museum
Third-generation racer Adam Petty perished in a crash at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in May 2000, but his spirit and memory live on in Victory Junction Gang Camp, which his family built to serve children with serious illnesses.
Adam's brother, Austin, tweeted that several of Adam's cars are headed to the Petty Museum in Randleman, North Carolina, where they will go on display.
Looks like the museum will be getting some excellent new additions soon, and visitors will be able to learn more about the life and legacy of Adam Petty.
Adams ARCA Spree car and Sprint @TXMotorSpeedway Cup car making there way to there new home @PettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/Nl7xWZG8Un— Austin Petty (@AustinPetty45) February 25, 2016
Last one to go is Adams Late Model Stock car @PettyMuseum has got a lot of good memories pic.twitter.com/uyGLpmSGw7— Austin Petty (@AustinPetty45) February 26, 2016
Moving to @PettyMuseum is Adams ASA car he ran for his fallen crew chief Chris Bradley. pic.twitter.com/fLgJ0YjH68— Austin Petty (@AustinPetty45) February 26, 2016
Next in the move Adams Daytona and Dega 2000 Bush speedway car. New home at @PettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/xKi84Fmm8v— Austin Petty (@AustinPetty45) February 26, 2016