Brian Wolfe, director of Ford North America Motorsports, has paid tribute to Larry H. Miller, the celebrated founder of Miller Motorsports Park in Utah and the Mustang Challenge for the Miller Cup racing series.
Miller sadly passed away just before the weekend at the age of 64 as a result of complications with diabetes, from which he had been suffering for some time.
“All of us at Ford Racing are saddened to hear about Larry Miller's passing,” remarked Wolfe. “He was a passionate Ford enthusiast who was proud of his collection of great Ford race cars.
“He channelled that passion into building a world-class race track with the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School, and founding the Mustang Challenge for the Miller Cup racing series.
“He was a great partner and friend of Ford Racing and will truly be missed. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and many friends.”