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R.I.P. Tony Elliott


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Tony USAC winner

Tony and his crew

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Tony with Bud Kaeding and Jeremy Sherman

Tony with Keith Hall

Tony wins at Manzy

Mickey Dale interviews Tony after his win

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Tony on the phone

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Tony and his ride


Tony with Ron $human


Tony autographing a young boys shirt


Tony with another trophy


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Tony with car owner Ralph Potter and the Dale's at the Quaker Classic at El Centro


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Tony with a happy lady


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Tony with Dave Argabright


Tony and the crew after a big win


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Tony after another win


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Tony's helmet


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Tony on crutches with his family


Tony with Randy Hannagan and Jason Meyers at Cal Expo in October 1999


Tony with the kids at a ball game


Tony having a beer


Tony with Bryan clauson


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Tony with his daughter


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Tony and Don Kenyon


Tony celebrates with his wife after winning the Hoosier 100


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Tony a flagman


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Tony enjoying a drink


Tony always a winner


Tony and wife


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What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas


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Tony with Sleepy Trip and Jimmy Sills


Tony in the pool


Tony at Indy


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Tony and Bobby Unser


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Tony working on his car

Tony's rides

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By Ken Wagner October 7, 2015

Tony was a great driver and entertained us all when we went to Indiana for the early CRA tours. He was easy to like and we became friends over the years. When he retired he was always showing up even in California to work his business which included selling race trailers and other gear. He always stopped to visit and asked how I was doing. He communicated with me on things about CRA racers and other race people. It is so sad that he will not be there for us anymore. The Indiana race scene will miss him tremdously, but he will be remembered for what he accomplished and how he lived his life. His iconic lifestyle will shine forever in our hearts.

Updated 11/7/17

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