British Racer, Belgian Official Die in Crash
Jul. 15, 1996
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (AP) _ British racer Lee Pullan and a track official were killed in a crash during a 24-hour motorcycle race, the third leg of the 1996 world endurance championship.
Officials said Pullan, riding on Kawasaki, struck Charles Lambert on Sunday when Lambert ventured onto the track to remove a piece of a cycle that fallen.
Pullan was traveling more than 150 mph on a fast stretch of the track when he struck Lambert. Both were pronounced dead on the scene.