|5 Jeremy Houck|| ||Updated by Driver: 5/23/2006|
Edited by Staff: 2/29/2008
| ||Hometown: Corning, IA|
Email Address: email@example.com
Racing Web Site: www.houckracing.com
Marital Status: Married - Tami
Children: Makayla - 3, Lexi - 5
Employer: Schaffer Farms
Year Started Racing: 1997
Total Years Racing: 9
Racing Hero: Mark Martin - his dirt track racing history, and several others.
|Year/Make/Model: 2003 Barry Wright|
Owner: Jeremy Houck
Crew Chief: Jud Requist
Crew: Chad Johnston, Lance Johnson, Tami Houck.
Sponsors & Support: Lundquist Seed, Schaffer Farms, Oglesbee Trucking, The Ducommuns, M.C. Grille, The TV Store / Verizon Wireless, Johnston Construction, Botts Kennel, One Eye Studios, Extreme Images by Ashley, Nishna Valley Cycle, Perfection Plus Auto Body, Northland Oil, Bain Painting (for the extra money at the track). I also want to thank Tibben Racing, Danny Swartz, and Eckrich Racing for all of their help.
|Adams County Speedway (IA) - Super Late Model #5|
MBSLM Series - Super Late Model #5
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|1999 - Sportsmanship Award.|
2001 - Driver of the Year.
2001 - Pro-Street Points Championship.
2003 - Pro-Street Points Championship.
2004 - ACS Tradition Pro-Street win.
| Career Summary|
|I raced a Pro-Street for seven years and in the midst of that I dabbled with a Modified some. My love has always been Late Model racing though. I felt that there was no better time to move up than after my last Pro-Street Championship. My first year in Late Models proved to be successful for the fact that I accomplished the goals that I'd set for myself:|
1. Have a Top 5 A Feature finish.
2. Complete the year with the car in one piece.
3. Finish in the top 10 in Points (10th).
| Racing Goals|
|My goal is to always be a clean, competitive driver. With this being my third year in a Late Model I'd like to place in the Top 5 a few more times than last year. Other than that I'd like to keep the car in one piece and finish every race.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|I chose the number 5 for a reason. I've always been a huge Kosiski fan, but not of just one. I never could pick a favorite so I went with the number 5 because all of them had a five in their number.|