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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2009) Chris Gehrke (February 21, 1966 - May 7, 1991) was a race driver on the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) circuit. Career Chris first began racing in open wheeled cars, winning the 1988 Spokane Grand Prix and finishing third in the SCCA Star Mazda Series. That same year, Chris also ran a couple of ARCA races in rented Bill Venturini Chevrolets. In 1989, Gehrke campaigned for Rookie of the Year honors in ARCA, finishing a close 2nd behind Graham Taylor in Rookie points, and finishing 7th in the final driver standings. In 1990, Gehrke improved his performance in ARCA, finishing fourth in the season with five top-five finishes and eleven top-ten finishes. His best finish of the season was second at Toledo Speedway. Chris also proved that he could run on the bigger tracks, with a pair of fourth place finishes at Atlanta and Pocono. Death On the 67th lap of the 1991 Poulan Pro 500k at Talladega, Chris Gehrke spun in the tri-oval, flipped several times before sliding to a halt. Several seconds later, the car of Carl Miskotten, Jr. hit Gehrke's car behind the left rear tire at nearly full speed. Gehrke suffered serious head injuries and died three days later. Persondata Name Gehrke, Chris Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 21, 1966 Place of birth Date of death May 7, 1991 Place of death