Sheldon Kinser Memorial at Bloomington August 25

(Bloomington, Ind. - August 20, 2000) BANK ONE is pleased to present the 12th Annual Sheldon Kinser Memorial. As a "Thank You" from their friendly banker, Bank One customers in Bloomington and Bedford can purchase discount tickets from their ...

(Bloomington, Ind. - August 20, 2000) BANK ONE is pleased to present the 12th Annual Sheldon Kinser Memorial. As a "Thank You" from their friendly banker, Bank One customers in Bloomington and Bedford can purchase discount tickets from their favorite Bank One branch.

No place is more appropriate for a memorial to Sheldon Kinser than the famous red clay oval that is Bloomington Speedway. Most fans remember Sheldon for the daring that he displayed on race tracks from coast to coast. He raced on tracks from quarter mile bull rings in sprints and midgets to mile dirt ovals in USAC champ dirt cars (now Silver Bullet) to the superspeedways where he competed with the best in champ cars. However, his toughest race, the one he lost, was with cancer. But he fought that one the hardest of all. He once said, "It would be easy to give up; but I'm going through all of this for my kids. I'm going to stay around as long as possible for them." Sheldon didn't just sit at home to fight the battle in solitude either. He continued to race, often tying a bandana around his throat to keep most of the dirt out of the hole there. He was

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