R.I.P.: NEMRR Racer Scott Mullin

R.I.P.: NEMRR Racer Scott Mullin

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Northeast Motorcycle Road Racing (NEMRR)

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we report the passing of Scott Mullin, who succumbed to his injuries after a crash this past Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He was an accomplished expert-level racer, a life-long motorcycle enthusiast and a pillar of the motorcycle community in New Hampshire. Scott also managed Souhegan Valley Motorsports in Milford, NH, which has been owned by his family for years and has supported dozens of racers at the speedway during that time.
The incident happened during the third lap of the Unlimited Superbike event as Mullin entered turn six of the 1.6 mile road course at the speedway. No other riders were involved in the crash.
NEMRR president John Grush shared, “Scott was a beloved member of the NEMRR motorcycle racing family and will be sorely missed. On behalf of NEMRR, we send our heartfelt love and support to his family and loved ones.”
The details for the funeral and memorial service will be announced as they become available.

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