Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) :
Friends and families are mourning the death of Keith Jacobs who died in a recent outlaw racing accident .
A race track owner is asking people to pray for a driver’s family after a deadly crash Friday night at 311 Speedway in Stokes County, NC.
According to Mike Fulp, the owner of 311 Motor Speedway, the driver who crashed is Keith Jacobs. Fulp said it is believed that Jacobs suffered a medical emergency while racing. Several members of the racing community say Jacobs died. They’re painting a memorial for him in the spot where he crashed. According to WFMYNEWS
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
311 Speedway wrote
Everyone please keep the Jacobs family in your thoughts and prayers tonight as 311 Speedway has lost a legend Indian Outlaw Keith Jacobs. Godspeed my friend. 311 Speedway is going to dedicate Saturday night to the Indian Outlaw Keith Jacobs. Also all of the 50/50 tickets that are sold Saturday night will go to the Jacobs Family.
357’s World of Dirt wrote
It is with deep sadness that we pass along the news of dirt late model driver, Keith Jacobs. Keith had a medical emergency past night while racing at 311 Speedway that ended with him in a bad wreck. Unfortunately he passed away from the events. We would like to ask our dirt community to keep his friends and family in your thoughts. In God Speed.
Mike Fulp wrote
Last night American Racer Late Model Drivers, Mitchell Coble, DJ at Fastrak Racing, Nick Roberts at NRS and a few More donated to the Jacobs Family. Thank you 311 Racers and Fans for making up $4,300.00. Tonight we’lll be doing the 50/50 and donate it also to his family. The Indian Outlaw #10j will be missed. Please keep the Keith Jacobs Family in your prayers. Thank you Wayne at Carolina Rescue, Stokes/ Rockingham Fire Department, Stokes County EMS, Scott Aaron and anyone else that helped.