Cole Possi of Rock, Michigan, a racer in the MSA Sprints Car and Plymouth Dirt track racing 360 Sprint cars, has sadly passed away.
Those who were familiar with him are still in shock over his demise. He was declared dead on Friday, March 17, 2023, according to a post by MSA Sprints. Everyone were shocked to learn that one of our own, Cole Possi, had passed away.
His particular cause of death has not yet been made public. Funeral plans can be made public later by officials. Everyone has posted condolences and homage to him on social media.
“Box3 Media is deeply saddened to hear of Cole Possi’s demise. In addition to being a skilled racer and strong rival, Cole was a loving father and husband, a tremendous presence in the MSA Sprints pits, and an excellent representative of the sport we all like. His absence will be felt deeply.”
One of the kindest and most giving people you could ever meet, Cole would even give you the clothes off his back. He was making substantial forward progress with his 360 sprint car, making it clear that he was a tough opponent.
In addition to being a promising racer, Cole was a genuinely kind man who positively impacted everyone by being sincere in his friendliness.
In addition to being a skilled racer, Cole was also a decent person. People from all backgrounds looked up to him as a friend. He inspired many people worldwide with his examples of unselfish service.
The relationships he had with every member of his family were also extraordinary. He was a man of the finest honesty and moral character.