Drag racer Kat Moller was killed in an accident at Sebring Worldwide Speedway on Thursday evening.
Moller was making an exhibition run in her jet-powered automotive, which is able to speeds of over 300 mph.
A witness informed DragZine.com that her principal chute didn’t open on the finish of the 1/Eight-mile strip and that she veered into the wall, however an official investigation into the crash is ongoing.
The 24-year-old was driving for Larsen Motorsports, which fields a number of jet-powered automobiles.
“Kat has been a part of our racing household for five years and we can not start to precise our sorrow,” staff CEO Chris Larsen wrote on Fb. ‘“Your prayers on this very troublesome time are appreciated”
In response to her staff biography, Moller began racing Jr. Dragsters when she was 11 years previous. She held an engineering diploma from the College of South Florida and was pursuing a Grasp’s diploma in the identical topic at Florida Tech.
Police are asking anybody with details about the accident to name 863-402-7250.
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