According to the latest reports coming to us from Connecticut, there was a fatal, on-track accident during this weekend's Lime Rock Park's Historic Festival. During a relaxing weekend that was intended for some light-hearted fun, it's clear one man's life was cut short.

The driver, Lee Duran, was piloting a 1934 MG when he lost control of the vehicle by Turn 7.

The race was given a black flag but the historic event is continuing on through Monday. As of now details remain pretty thin and there is a fluid, ongoing investigation.

Be safe out there, Spies!

Connecticut state police are investigating an untimely death at Lime Rock park in Salisbury.

Police say Lee Duran, 73, of Archer Road in Lyme, died of injuries from crashing on the racetrack at Lime Rock Park  Saturday afternoon during Lime Rock Park's Historic Festival 32. 

He was competing in Group 2, Race 2 at about 2:15 p.m. when his 1934 MG PA race car veered off the track at the exit by Turn 7 and he lost control of the vehicle, according to Lime Rock. Witnesses reported that Duran's car flipped at least once before landing on its side. He was transported to Sharon Hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to Lime Rock.

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A Somber Saturday At Lime Rock's Historics Festival, On-Track Fatal Accident Claims One

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