Dirt Track Racing Jeremy #20

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Jeremy is Making Progress on His Dirt Track Cars

Little by little, the red late model modified is getting put together. When you have the time, you don't have the money. When you have the money, you don't seem to have the time. Little things always crop up to cause a set back or two, but slow and steady will get the race car ready.

The new decals are in and they are looking pretty sharp. The car is beginning to take shape both inside and out and soon we will have some new pictures for you. Jeremy is still trying to raise funds from sponsors so he can get the best engine put in.

Jeremy can drive. He has proven that by winning numerous races in PA and MD, and he intends to win again. It's just taking a bit longer than he had hoped. Buying a house at his young age was a big responsibility, getting married and having two children to raise can put a damper on funds. That's why if you are going to dirt track race, you need to have a good funding source so you can continue on when your lifestyle changes from single and living in a garage to married and living with your family! That's not a bad thing, but for a dirt track racer with dirt in his blood, things just can't move along fast enough.


armychic09 said...
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armychic09 said...

hi. my name is mandy price, im 17 and i hope to start racing in the pure stock division next season. i was wondering if you could tell me what type of car would be easiest for me to convert into a racecar. i was thinking of an '89 monte carlo ss, or a cutlass, but i didnt kno if those could be converted. i would be grateful for any advice. my email is mandywalden17@yahoo.com

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