Bob Bahre Death – Dead : Bob Bahre Obituary : NASCAR, founder of New Hampshire Motor Speedway dies.
Bob Bahre has died, according to the following statements posted on social media on July. 24, 2020.
Bob Pockrass on Twitter: “Bob Bahre, who owned and spearheaded the development and ran New Hampshire International Speedeay until selling it to Speedway Motorsports after the 2007 season, has died at age 93. Statements from NASCAR and Speedway Motorsports executives:
Bob Bahre, who owned and spearheaded the development and ran New Hampshire International Speedeay until selling it to Speedway Motorsports after the 2007 season, has died at age 93. Statements from NASCAR and Speedway Motorsports executives: pic.twitter.com/clGun01p4o
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) July 24, 2020
Deeply saddened by the loss of my friend & mentor… Bob Bahre
Bob had a tremendous positive influence on auto racing in New England & its trajectory into @NASCAR
He built for the fans & worked for the sport!
He had a Profound Impact on my Life… I will miss him 🏁 pic.twitter.com/Rgg2B8iuqx
— Ricky Craven (@RickyCraven32) July 24, 2020
Ryan McGee wrote
NHMS founder Bob Bahre was so cranky one minute and so sweet the next. He could dig in his heels on you to the point that you wanted to fight him, but yet you found yourself always rooting for him. In other words, he was the quintessential New Englander. God speed, sir. #NASCAR
Allen Lessels wrote
Sorry to hear of passing of NH International Speedway founder Bob Bahre today at 93. What a guy! Loved his straight-talking ways and what he did for not only racing but economy in NH and New England. Thinking of Sandy and Gary and family.
Paul R. LePage wrote
Bob Bahre was a wonderful mentor to so many Mainers. Ann and I have been blessed to have known him. We will treasure the memory of our friendship and remember always all he has done for the Maine people. We send our deepest condolences to his family. Bob will be greatly missed.
Jim Cassidy wrote
Bob Bahre knew the importance of relationships and his range stretched genuinely from the local diner to hosting world-class events. He never left a doubt about where he stood on anything, with renowned candor that balanced piercing and funny. Thankful to have known him. RIP
Racing Promotion Monthly wrote
Our heartfelt thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy go out to the family of Bob Bahre on his passing. Bob Bahre was a pioneer in promotion and loving life. He gave New England #TheMagicMile
@NHMS and legendary events @OxfordPlains his efforts will never be forgotten.
Our heartfelt thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy go out to the family of Bob Bahre on his passing. Bob Bahre was a pioneer in promotion and loving life, he also gave Modified racing one of the coolest homes ever at #TheMagicMile @NHMS his efforts will never be forgotten.
— Race of Champions (@RoCModSeries) July 24, 2020
Mike Joy wrote
Bob Bahre’s Yankee Ingenuity:
Loudon denied Bob permits to build a tall grandstand with suites at
@NHMS. Why? The town’s ladder (fire) truck wouldn’t reach that high.
Bob went to the town fathers and asked “Well, what if I buy you a new ladder truck?”
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