OXFORD — Friends and fellow drivers raised more than $2,200 in support of Charlie Webster’s family during Friday’s races on opening night of New England Dodge Dealers Speed Week at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Webster, 38, of Auburn, died Wednesday when his car struck the wall off of Turn 2 at OPS during a weekly Acceleration Series Runnin’ Rebel race. He leaves behind a wife, Marcy, and three girls he’d dubbed ‘Charlie’s Angels.’

 The track will have a table set up Sunday at the TD Banknorth 250 and all donations collected will go directly to Webster’s family.

Some of the drivers in Sunday’s race, including OPS Late Model Series leader Travis Adams, have also set up ways to make donations. Adams had “a bunch” of decals, like the one he’ll have on his car this weekend, made in Webster’s memory.

“They’re free to anyone who wants one,” Adams said, “but I’ll also be donations for the family.”

For more information, those interested can visit www.oxfordplains.com.


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