The car racing community mourns the loss of Brad Wildes, a well-known car racer from Tomah, Wisconsin, who passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Wildes’ legacy as a skilled and dedicated racer will forever be remembered by fans and fellow racers alike.
Brad Wildes faced a challenging fight against cancer, demonstrating his resilience and determination both on and off the track. Despite his illness, he continued to inspire others with his unwavering spirit and passion for racing.
The Wizards of rods car club would like to say good bye to a previous member that has died way to young from cancer. Brad Wildes had a couple vehicles he owned, a purple thunderbird, he rebuilt at tech while he learned the autobody trade. Brad was a veteran serving in the US Army. He had just recently retired from the post office a year ago,due to health reasons. God speed
Wildes’ presence in the car racing community was significant. Known for his skills behind the wheel, he captivated audiences with his talent and dedication to the sport. His contributions to the racing world will be deeply missed.
As news of Brad Wildes’ passing spreads, tributes and condolences pour in from fans, fellow racers, and the wider community. Messages of admiration for his achievements, strength, and perseverance flood social media platforms and racing forums, highlighting the impact he had on those around him.
In honor of Brad Wildes and others who have battled cancer, it is important to support organizations dedicated to cancer research, awareness, and patient support. Donations and participation in fundraising events can make a difference in the lives of those affected by this devastating disease.