Bill Meaney Obituary, Bill Meaney Has Passed Away

Bill Meaney Obituary, Death – As a result of the passing of one of our more seasoned competitors, the Sand Drag community is in a state of mourning. We are sorry to inform you that Bill Meaney has passed away. We are passing along this news with deep regret. At a variety of racing tracks located on the West Coast, Bill had a stellar reputation as both a skilled competitor and a sportsman. Bill has been observed driving a wide range of vehicles over the course of his life, but the Jeep brand remains his go-to choice. His most recent vehicle was one of the nicest Larry Minor Motorsports Jeeps that was being campaigned, and it had a one-of-a-kind header design that consisted of an 8-into-1 configuration.

This vehicle was one of the nicest Jeeps that Larry Minor Motorsports had ever built. You could find Bill in the later rounds of almost all of the races that he entered driving this eye-catching Jeep that was purple with yellow flames. These were the rounds where he was most likely to win. His death will leave a hole not only in all of our hearts but also in the winner’s circle that will never be filled.
Please, Bill, don’t do anything to throw the race.

In honor of Bill Meaney and his illustrious career in sand drag racing, our very first race of the year, which will take place between the 20th and 22nd of January, will be known as “The Bill Meaney Memorial Race.” This race will take place between the 20th and 22nd of January. We are looking forward to having you join us as we celebrate the racing career of this exceptional competitor.
On the 21st of December, at 10:00 AM, there will be a memorial service held for Bill Meaney, and a reception will immediately follow the service. If you are exhibiting any signs or symptoms of illness, the family asks that you refrain from attending the gathering.