Brian France, NASCAR chairman and CEO, said Christopher, 59, and the plane's pilot both died. The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the accident.

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NASCAR Driver Ted Christopher Dies in Plane Crash The Whelen Series racer's plane crashed and killed Christopher and his pilot.

  • (AP)-A plane owned by the Hendrick Motorsports organization crashed on its way to a NASCAR race Sunday and all 10 aboard were killed, federal officials.

  • He competed in both the Busch Series and Craftsman Truck Series before his death from an airplane accident on October 24, 2004. He was killed with seven other family members and friends during the accident.

  • The flight originated in Stuart, Fla., at 7 p.m. and the accident happened at 7:40 p.m. The Ricky Hendrick was killed in the Hendrick plane crash.

  • The 2004 crash of Mr Hendrick's personal jet, on October 24th, was en route to a race in Martinsville, Va., when it went down killing all 10 passengers onboard.

  • NASCAR driver Ted Christopher was killed in a small plane crash Saturday in Connecticut.

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NASCAR driver Ted Christopher is killed in plane crash while flying to a race. Ted Christopher died Saturday afternoon in a Connecticut plane crash.

Christopher captured 13 track championships and competed at every level of NASCAR during his career. In 2006, he was selected as one of the top 25 drivers in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series history.

  1. On October 24, 2004, a Beechcraft Super King Air aircraft, registered N501RH and owned by NASCAR team Hendrick Motorsports, crashed into mountainous terrain in All ten people on board were killed; among them, members of the Hendrick operations trailer where details of the accident were disclosed.

  2. Mar 7, 2016 A plane owned by the Hendrick Motorsports organization crashed on its way to a NASCAR race Ricky Hendrick, Rick Hendrick's son and also a NASCAR driver; John Hendrick, Rick First published on October.

  3. Photographs of the crash show the plane largely intact and with its nose resting on the ground about 20 feet in front of a chain-linked airport boundary fence.

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