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67 Jamie Richards          Updated by Driver: 8/26/2014
Edited by Staff: 8/27/2014

 Driver Information
Hometown: DavidCity,NE
Birthdate: 1/22/69
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 200
Email Address: chargerchassis@yahoo.com
Racing Web Site: www.chargerchassis.com
Marital Status: Married - Shelly
Children: Jerrica - 25, Damon - 22
Employer: Charger Chassis
Job: Tech/Sales/Fabrication
Year Started Racing: 1985
Total Years Racing: 16
Racing Hero: Richard Petty - he always has time for the fans, and he is a living legend!

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 1967 Plymouth 'Cuda
Motor: Dodge 440
Owner: Jamie Richards
Crew Chief: Jamie Richards
Crew: Damon Richards, whoever else wanders by.
Sponsors & Support: My wife Shelly for putting up with another race car, Randy at Fetrow Industries, Dad Tom Richards, father in law Ray Kucera, Damon Richards.

 Tracks & Series
MCSA Series - Classic #67

 Awards & Accomplishments
1986 US 30 Speedway Thunder Car Points Championship, 1988 US 30 Speedway Junior Sportsman Points Championship, 1994 US 30 Speedway 4-Cylinder A Class Points Championship, 1986, 1988, 1990, 2000 Best Appearing Car Award, 45 Feature wins in 198 starts since 1985.
 Career Summary
I've always believed in the idea that as long as you're having fun, speed is all relative. This is the reason that I've run in so many different classes. I've been in everything from 4 Cylinders to IMCA Modifieds and Late Models, and just about everything in between. I run what I can afford, and I always try to have fun! I started off in basic Bomber type cars, and had the idea of moving up until I got to Late Models, but money proved to be the limiting factor. So I just decided to not worry about what others thought, and started moving back down. Now I'm running an MCSA Stock Car.
 Racing Goals
Have fun! That's really what it's all about.
 Other Interesting Team Information
The number 67 was inherited from my dad, who put in a lot of laps at the old Midwest Speedway in Lincoln, NE. I always remember him being a hard, but clean driver, who used his head and made the most with what he had. His equipment was good, but he was kind of under-budgeted compared to most of the guys he raced against. I also continued the traditon of running Mopars like he always did, just because it makes people wonder what you're up to when you can beat them with an off-brand! As far as rituals before a race, I'm not really superstitious, but I always get in the car the same way, and I always put on my gloves left hand first. Not really sure why!

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