Jason Richards Death – V8 Supercars driver Jason Richards has kicked the bucket at 35 years old.
The New Zealander capitulated to his fight with malignancy at his family home in Melbourne the previous evening following a year-long battle against the sickness.
Richards, who has driven in the V8 Supercars Championship since 2000, was determined to have an adrenal cortical carcinoma in November 2010, a forceful and uncommon type of malignancy.
The information on Richards’ passing was affirmed in an official articulation by the family.
A remembrance administration to respect Jason and his vocation will be held at Sandown in the coming weeks.
Richards was one of the most amiable and showy drivers in the V8 Supercars Championship.
He began his vocation with Team Kiwi Racing in 2000.
Richards later drove for different groups including Team Dynamik, Tasman Motorsport and Brad Jones Racing.
He scored three Bathurst 1000 platform with Jamie Whincup (2005), Greg Murphy (2008) and Andrew Jones (2009).
He is made due by his significant other Charlotte and his two kids Sienna (three) and Olivia (two).
Richards was an expert in wet climate, frequently creating his best outcomes in the most troublesome of conditions.
He additionally won three New Zealand passenger vehicle titles before moving into the Australian V8 arrangement in 2001.
He drove effectively for an assortment of Holden groups in the V8 arrangement – the most recent Brad Jones Racing which demonstrated a crucial help after he had been determined to have disease toward the end of last year.
Individual drivers additionally loaned uphold with the foundation of bid4jase.com – a sale site set up to raise assets for Richards and his family.