Sebring International Raceway in Florida announced Thursday that three weeks after jet-dragster racer Kat Moller died during an exhibition run there, the track will hold its regular Thursday-night drags session that’s open to the public next week on Dec. 6. All of the proceeds from the event will go to Moller’s family.
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