Carl Edwards’ USAC Silver Crown Series driver was critically injured in a highway crash Wednesday in Indiana.
20-year old Cameron Dodson was thrown from his vehicle when it left the road and crashed into a ditch near his home in Greenfield, Indiana early Wednesday. He was airlifted to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis and is listed in critical condition with undisclosed injuries. The 2007 USAC Silver Crown Series Rookie of the Year drove four races for Edwards’ team this season, with a win, two seconds and a sixth-place finish, including a runner-up showing in the annual Copper Classic at Phoenix International Raceway two weeks ago. Authorities said Dodson was not wearing a seat belt.