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Nick Varner

Nick Varner, an 11-year-old speedway racer, suffered extreme injuries after a
deadly crash at Glen Helen this Sunday. Nick, who was reportedly out for several minutes after the accident, was airlifted to the nearest hospital, where he was put into a medically-induced coma.

Nicks' funeral: 11am thursday the 28th at friends church. The church address is
5141 Lakeview Avenue Yorba Linda Ca 92886

To the people who followed us threw to his passing I would like to say this to all, nick loved riding his bike, everyday, and he would not want any other kid to lose the opportunity of riding because of the tragedy that accured, it was an accident, and it is apart of the sport, it's the worst part in every way but we assume these risks, I loved nick, and I want kids to enjoy racing and parents to support them like I had the opportunity of having as a child. This sport is worth it, and that shouldn't be a question.





When it comes to building some of the best race motors in the sport, Varner Motorsports has been very, very successful. Getting his start as an engine builder back in 1979 with LOP back in Illinois, Janet worked with a ten man race team that included the infamous Marty Moates. In 1980, after Moates won both motos of the 500cc U.S. GP – Varner packed his bags and headed out to California after LOP was sold. By 1985, Janet hooked up with Gary Denton and spent most of the eighties campaigning the Nationals with Denton and his Quads under the Varner Racing tent. During all of that, Varner became good friends with none other than Don Emler, the FMF kingpin. In 1993 Varner and Emler discussed putting together an in house engine building department – up until then FMF just did pipes and silencers and with the growing demand for motor-mods the transition came naturally.

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