|5s Shane Stout|| ||Updated by Driver: 5/27/2011|
Edited by Staff: 5/27/2011
| ||Hometown: North Platte, NE|
Marital Status: Married - Tria
Children: Alicia - 12, Tawnee - 4
Employer: Union Pacific Railroad
Year Started Racing: 1990
Total Years Racing: 20
Racing Hero: Dale Earnhardt - he was an awesome driver and just a great person on and off the track
|Year/Make/Model: 2002 Big Dog Chassis|
Motor: GM Crate
Owner: 5g Racing / Chuck Gray
Crew: Tria, Alicia, Tawnee.
Sponsors & Support: 5g Racing in McCook, NE, Hornet Motorsports, Chiropractic Wellness Center, Platte Bar, Sjeklocha Vet Clinic, Poplar Street Car Wash, T-Lectric, all in North Platte, NE, JR Motorsports in Ankeny, IA, RB Motorsports in Marshalltown, IA, Wells Design Wraps, Ward Oil in Ogallala, NE, RMPB in Colorado Springs, CO.
|Phillips County Raceway (CO) - SportMod #5s|
Dawson County Raceway (NE) - SportMod #5s
Lincoln County Raceway (NE) - SportMod #5s
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2004 - Points Runner-up at Hitchcock County Raceway, 4th Place at Dawson County Raceway, 5th place at McCook Speedway, 5th Place at Lincoln County Raceway.|
2005 - 3 A Feature wins, 3rd in Neberaska State Points.
2006 - 7 A Feature wins, Dawson County Raceway IMCA Stock Car Track Championship, Points runner-up at Lincoln County Raceway.
2007 - Dawson County Raceway IMCA Stock Car Track Championship, Woody's Hotshot Best Appearing Car Award for August 2007.
2009 - 4 A Feature Wins, IMCA Stock Car Nebraska State Championship.
2010 - 7 SportMod A Feature wins, 3rd place in Points at three tracks.
| Racing Goals|
|Win more Track Championships.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|Hornet Motorsports - that name was formed because the first dirt car that I bought was out behind this guy's house. The weeds had grown up around the car, as it had been sitting there awhile. They had just mowed down the right side of the car. When we pulled the car out of the weeds, I attempted to lean in the car to turn the steering wheel. All of a sudden I hear buzzing. I look up to my right, in the corner of the car. There, not much more than a foot from my head, was a hornets nest. AND THEY WERE NOT VERY HAPPY WITH ME AT ALL!|