A “Celebration of Life” for the late Phil McDonald has been scheduled August 16, in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Racer, mechanic, and tuner McDonald died August 5 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
According to his brother, former AMA Pro racer Sam McDonald, Phil McDonald was fixing a leak in the roof of his home when he fell two stories and landed head-first on a concrete patio and brick planter.
Phil McDonald suffered a fractured skull, a brain injury, and numerous other bone fractures. He was 64.
In addition to being a successful AMA Formula One racer, Phil McDonald served as the Crew Chief for Mike Baldwin on Team Honda.
Among McDonald’s many survivors are his father, AMA Hall of Famer and K&N Filters co-founder Norm McDonald; nephew Tyler McDonald, a former AMA Pro road racer; and another nephew current MotoAmerica Twins Cup racer Cooper McDonald.
The Celebration of Life will be held beginning at 1:00 p.m. local time at 2020 N. Wild Mountain Rd, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. No RSVP is required as everyone is welcome. Those attending are encouraged to ride their motorcycles. Anyone with questions can call (918) 688-9903.