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Ted Christopher was born on 5 June, 1958 in Plainville, Connecticut, United States, is an American racing driver. Discover Ted Christopher's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 5 June 1958
Birthday 5 June
Birthplace Plainville, Connecticut, United States
Date of death September 16, 2017,
Died Place North Branford, Connecticut, United States
Nationality United States

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Christopher was killed in a plane crash in North Branford near the Guilford, Connecticut town line on September 16, 2017, while en route from Robertson Field in Plainville, Connecticut to Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach, New York, to compete in a Whelen Modified Tour race that evening at the Riverhead Raceway, in Calverton, New York, on Long Island. Christopher and Charles "Pat" Dundas, the pilot and family friend of Hauppauge, New York, who also died, were the only occupants of the Mooney M20C that went down in a wooded area. An NTSB report released in 2019 attributed the crash to fuel starvation due to pieces of towel cloth obstructing a fuel line. The aircraft impacted pine trees 1,500 feet away from an open field where investigators believed the aircraft may have been attempting an emergency landing.


(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led. ** – All laps led. )


2008 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion. Christopher, who is known as one of the most accomplished drivers in the Northeast, won both the championship and the final race of the season at Thompson International Speedway. Christopher came into the race leading the championship standings over Matt Hirschman by 31 points. Late in the race, Hirschman suffered an electrical problem, which put him a handful of laps off the pace. Christopher drove on to win the event, with Hirschman finishing 21 laps down in 25th position. It was his 31st career win in his 12th full-time year of competition.

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour: . . . 48 Victories (third all-time). Three times voted Most Popular Driver (2008,09,10)


Ironically, three years prior in 2005, Christopher went to the season finale at Thompson holding a 36-point lead over Hirschman's father, five-time tour champion Tony Hirschman, only to lose the championship due to a crash on lap 11.


2001 NASCAR Weekly Series national champion, winning 15 of the 18 races that he entered, clinching it at Thompson International Speedway in Connecticut.

He also competed for the then new team of Michael Waltrip Racing, competing in three races with the team at Loudon, Watkins Glen, and the inaugural race at Memphis. The last race he competed in was at Nazareth in 2001 with Richard Childress Racing in the All-Star car 21 Rockwell Automation Chevy. He finished 19th two laps down from the winner Greg Biffle.


In addition to his racing in the Modifieds and Busch North/K&N East, he also attempted numerous Winston/Nextel Cup, Busch Series, and Craftsman Truck Series races in the 2000s. He attempted and qualified for his first Cup race at Watkins Glen in 1999. His last Cup race came in the 2006 Sylvania 300 and last attempt in the 2009 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 for Kirk Shelmerdine.


In the NASCAR Busch Series, Christopher competed part-time in 1998 with Marsh Racing, competing in three races for the team. Driving the No. 13 Whelen Engineering Chevrolet, Christopher posted the best finish of 10th at Nazareth. In 1999, the team attempted 12 races, again with Christopher driving the car. The team would make five races and posted the best finish of 8th at Nazareth.


Waterford (CT) Speedbowl . . . 47 Feature Race victories (17th all-time). 1992 SK Modified Champion


He was born to William Christopher and Lucy Graziano. He had a wife, Quinn Wazorko Christopher and had no children with her. Christopher also had a twin brother, Mike who also raced Modifieds, and Mike's son Mike Jr. has also begun racing Modifieds. Christopher was a 1976 Graduate of Plainville High School and was a captain of his high school wrestling team. In 2013, he was inducted into the Plainville Sports Hall of Fame. He also owned and operated M&T Enterprises which rebuilds transmissions for heavy trucks.


Theodore "Ted" Christopher (June 5, 1958 – September 16, 2017) was an American professional racing driver and business owner who raced and won in many different types of race cars, including Modifieds, SK Modifieds, ISMA, Camping World East Series, Late Models, Pro Stocks, and Midgets. He also raced in NASCAR's now named Monster Energy Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series. He is best known for competing in NASCAR's Whelen Modified Tour, where he has over 40 victories and a championship in 2008. He was also well known for his success on the 1.058 mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway where Christopher has won five Camping World East Series events and 5 Whelen Modified Tour events.