Former drag racer and respected motor racing administrator, Terry Little sadly passed away suddenly earlier this week.
Feeling unwell, Little, 62, was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital late last week.
While there, he suffered a massive heart attack and was placed in an induced coma. He regained consciousness briefly before succumbing to complications.
From the quarter-mile sport, Little became involved in AUSCAR, NASCAR, V8s and Nations Cup, managing a number of the categories and working with well-known drag racing administrator Steve Bettes.
Following the demise of Nations Cup under the Ross Palmer-owned PROCAR banner, Little co-founded the successful Australian GT Championship with Rachael and Martin Wagg.
He provided assistance and advice to many young drivers, including V8 Supercars drivers Tim Slade and four-time champion Jamie Whincup.
Just Drag Racing passes on its sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Terry.