|b00 Bayley Nicholl|| ||Updated by Driver: 3/17/2008|
Edited by Staff: 3/17/2008
Hometown: Fiscus, IA
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Single
Year Started Racing: 2006
Total Years Racing: 2
Racing Hero: My dad - if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't be racing, Jeff Anderson - I've been watching him race since I was 5, and Kasey Kahne - I think he's great and a gifted driver!!
|Year/Make/Model: 1991 Dodge Daytona|
Motor: Dodge 2.2L
Owner: Bayley & Jim Nicholl
Crew Chief: Jim Nicholl
Crew: Jim, Joyce, and Luka Nicholl.
Sponsors & Support: JJS Service & Repair, Denny Powerwashing, Bauer's Floral Design, Jo's Corner Clip, my dad & mom.
|Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Sport Compact #b00|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|3rd in 2006 Shelby County Speedway Points.|
| Career Summary|
|I've been going to the races since I was around two and a half years old. We used to go every Saturday at the Hamiliton County Speedway. When I was five we moved to Audubon and would go every Friday night when that track was open. I met Jeff Anderson when my dad started helping him with his Modified.|
When SCS was starting the Hornet class for young racers and beginners, my dad went out and got a car, and basically threw me in it. I was 15 and that's how I started racing.
| Racing Goals|
|To finish a race without breaking down, or my car dying on the track (which is the worst thing, cause it looks like I get passed!). Also I would like at least 1 Feature win! :-)|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|I raced my bicycle at Audubon County Speedway when I was around six years old. That was so much fun. I loved it when tracks had specials for the kids.|
When thinking about a car number, my first choice was #9 (Kasey Kahne of course), but I decided to let my mom pick my number. She really never went to any races so this was my chance to get her hooked (and it worked). She chose 00 so she could put a "B" in front, which ended up spelling my nickname (she thought she was pretty cleaver and proud of herself - Thanks Mom!).
Before each race my adrenalin goes whacko. Singing helps, especially when the green flag drops!!