|88j Troy Johnson|| ||Updated by Driver: 3/23/2010|
Proofed by Staff: 3/23/2010
|Hometown: Concordia, KS|
Marital Status: Married - Jenni
Children: Skye - 1 Month
Employer: Cloud County Health Center / Johnson Water Care
Job: HVAC / Water Care Bus
Year Started Racing: 1984
Total Years Racing: 25
Racing Hero: Jeff Gordon
|Year/Make/Model: 2009 BMS|
Motor: Chevy 406
Owner: Bob Johnson
Crew Chief: Bob Johnson
Crew: Bob Johnson, Kevin Honeycutt,, Pat Johnson, Jenni Johnson.
Sponsors & Support: Johnson Water Care, Fusions Hair Salon, JR Motorsports, 16th Street Car Wash, Filley Custom Powder Coating, Babe Houser Motor Company, Swafford Farms, Jeff Cyphers, Nick Mcduffee, John Boden.
|Junction Motor Speedway (NE) - Modified #88j|
USMTS Series - Modified #88j
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2005 - Top 15 in NCRA Modified Series, Most Improved Driver Award.|
2003 - Top 20 at Harris Clash in Knoxville, IA.
2002 - Was in the Top 12 in NCRA Points until late in the year when we dropped out with engine trouble.
2001 - Top 20 at Dual In The Desert in Las Vegas, NV, 6th in NASCAR Weekly Series Points at Heartland Park in Topeka, KS.
2000 - 5th in Speed Bowl Points in Red Cloud, NE, 6th in Thayer County Speedway Points in Deshler, NE.
1990-1995 - 2nd in Speedway Kart Racing National Points twice, 2nd at Tulsa STP Shoot-out, won 5 State IKF Regional Championship twice, won Kansas Speedway Series twice, won over 50 Kart races from Arizona to New York.
| Career Summary|
|I started racing Karts when I was seven. My dad Bob and I raced locally for a few years and then started going to the National races. We raced all the Nationals from Phoenix, Arizona to upstate New York from 1989 through 1996. In 1997 we bought our first Modified, a BMS, from Derick Klima. That was a big jump from Karts to a Modified. The first two years we ran at Salina, KS, the next two at Red Cloud and Deshler, and the third year at the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series at Heartland Park in Topeka. In 2002 we ran with the NCRA circuit, racing tracks in southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma. We definately like to travel around and get experience at different tracks.|
| Racing Goals|
|To win more races, improve my average finish position and possibly win a Track Championship.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|I have had the number 88J for all of my 24 years of racing.|