R.I.P. AFM Racer Kelly Winkelbauer

R.I.P. AFM Racer Kelly Winkelbauer

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By John Ulrich.

Former AFM 250 Production and F2 racer Kelly Winkelbauer, age 60, died Tuesday, January 11th at home in Santa Rosa, California from congestive heart failure. He is survived by his long-time girlfriend Sue Urquhart, and his mother, Melva Boelter.

Winkelbauer’s best season with AFM was in 2008, when he won the 250cc Production Championship and finished second in the F2 Championship.

According to Urquhart, “Nothing planned at the moment (thanks omicron), but talking about having an AFM people get-together in a few months to remember him. I’ll let you know when that happens.”




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