WALL — A year-old Middletown woman participating in a novice three-quarter midget racing program at Wall Stadium Speedway died after her car hit the second turn wall early Saturday afternoon. Steve Jones of the State Police said. Gambacorto's car was following another racer right before she slammed head-on into the wall, Jones said. No other vehicle was involved in the crash, he said.
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A year-old woman died Saturday after the midget car she was driving struck a wall at a New Jersey track, the second fatality at a United States short track in a week. According to multiple reports, Amanda Gambacorto of Middletown, N. The Asbury Park N. State Police Capt. Jones said police received a call of a one-car accident at approximately p. The Stony Brook Statesman reported that Gambacorto , a double major in environmental humanities and philosophy at the school, was not racing but rather taking part in a clinic held by a company called Green Flag Driving Experience. The Press said that Gambacorto was driving in a "novice three-quarter midget racing program" but added that Jones could not say whether Gambacorto was a novice driver.
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The driver of a three-quarter midget car was killed in a crash today at Wall Stadium Speedway , state police said. Stephen Jones said. Gambacorto was participating in a driving clinic involving the small race cars and was going around an asphalt track when she lost control of the car and hit a wall, Jones said.
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