Mark Mathys Racing Accident: Put-in-Bay Businessman, Mark Mathys Died at Daytona International Speedway Crash
Mark Mathys Racing Accident: On Saturday, October 28, 2023, at Daytona Beach, Florida, a businessman from Put-in-Bay passed away in a racecourse accident. Mark Mathys has been identified as the victim.
Mark Mathys, a genuine contender and kind driver, reportedly died from wounds he received in an accident on the track during IGT practise.
“Update on my brother Mark’s accident. Apparently, my brother Brad spoke to a contact who explained this. Mark had a flat and pulled to the wall. While two other cars came around and hit each other, sending one into the wall and hitting Mark, They had to take the top off the car to get him out and he died either instantly or on the way to the hospital.”
How did the crash happen?
Mark Mathys was reportedly at Daytona, taking part in a qualifying session for a race that will happen tomorrow. He apparently had a flat tyre, and as he was stepping out of his car to investigate, he was instantly killed when he was hit by another car.
Who was Mark Mathys?
Mathys, who had controlled Bay Lodging and the Put-in-Bay Resort, recently sold a number of his assets for a substantial sum of money.
His involvement in the United States was with the International GT car racing series. We will sincerely miss his presence on the paddock, where he was well-known for being an ardent sports fan.