Tim Hitt Death Dead – Original Rocket Chassis Tim Hitt Obituary: Cause of Death
Original Rocket Chassis house car driver Tim Hitt of Weston, W.Va., a two-time Pittsburgher 100 winner and $45,000 Hav-A-Tampa Shootout winner whose frightening trip in his No. 68 over the outside wall at Cherokee Speedway became one of the sport’s iconic images, died today at age 54. I guess he had a heart attack while playing golf. He was a great driver and a really good man, I always liked to see him pull into Muskingum, he was always fast.
A sad day for all of us at Rocket Chassis. The original Rocket House Car driver and friend to all of us at Rocket Chassis. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hitt family!RIP Tim Hitt. 🏁🚀🙏🏻😢
A sad day for all of us at Rocket Chassis. The original Rocket House Car driver and friend to all of us at Rocket Chassis. RIP Tim Hitt. 🏁🚀🙏🏻😢
This is one of those times when I just don’t have words. Rest in Peace Tim Hitt. It was an honor to know you and see you drive a race car. Prayers for all his family and friends.
Circumstances surrounding his death is yet to be revealed. We will update you as soon as we have more information about his death.