Shane Hmiel Death ?

October 10, 2010 by staff 

Shane Hmiel Death, Shane Hmiel, EX NASCAR driver, was seriously injured in an accident Saturday afternoon during qualifying for the U.S. Vehicle Club Silver Crown race at Terre Haute activity observed in Indiana.

According to USAC, the pilot of 30 years was taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. It is detailed in a critical but stable condition.

Hmiel car No. 17 had slammed into the outside wall between turns three and four after the wagon wheel violently. Hmiel injured in mind that the car roll cage for protection has been shattered as it hit the wall.

“We are extremely concerned about Shane and offer our resources and support to members of his family during this healing period, USAC President and CEO Kevin Miller said in a statement.

Hmiel was banned from NASCAR in 2006 after his third drug test failed. He participated in the sequence Nationwide and Camping World Truck sequence 2002-2005 at its former ban. Hmiel only victory came in the Truck series’ Las Vegas 350 in 2004.

Rehabilitated and sober, Hmiel began competing in the three USAC series of national tours: the USAC Silver Crown Series, the USAC Sprint car sequences National USAC National Midget and the Series.

Hmiel father, Steve, is a director in the team competition for Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing.

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