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727 Blake McMillan          Updated by Driver: 2/6/2008
Edited by Staff: 2/6/2008

 Driver Information
Nickname: Rooster
Hometown: Randall,KS
Birthdate: 8/19/81
Height: 6'4''
Weight: 185
Email Address: supercoupe150@hotmail.com
Marital Status: Dating - Meghan
Children: Boomer, Sparky (dogs)
Employer: McMillan Farms
Job: Farmer/Rancher
Year Started Racing: 2003
Total Years Racing: 5
Racing Hero: John Allen - he's a great racer, a real good guy, and he understands what fans mean to our sport

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: Jet Viper
Motor: Chevy 355
Owner: Blake McMillan
Crew Chief: Scott Lienberger
Crew: Hank Topliff, Brock McMillan, Amo Jamo.
Sponsors & Support: McMillan Farms, SLI Fab Shop, Smith Harvesting, Snap-on Tools, Shear Dynamics, Randall Co-op, FTF Racing. I also need to thank Wade Wagenblast, and Dusty & Frank Blake for endless advice and assistance.

 Tracks & Series
Junction Motor Speedway (NE) - Modified #727

 Awards & Accomplishments
I haven't won many trophies at this point, but have a few heat race wins. We've always had good looking cars. They need to be something you're proud of on or off the track.
 
 Career Summary
I raced an IMCA Hobby Stock my first four years. We raced McCool, Red Cloud, Rising City, and Deshler in Nebraska, and Norton, Osborne, and Salina in Kansas. I have an IMCA Modified now, and plan to run the '08 season at the Thayer County Speedway in Deshler.
 
 Racing Goals
At this point an A Feature win is first on the list. In the next few years my major goal is to have the equipment and ability to race at the Belleville High Banks.
 
 Other Interesting Team Information
I started racing with the #20, mainly because of Tony Stewart. After racing a couple years I decided I needed a number that was more my own, so we went with #7. This year on the Mod I'll be #727. I went with this number because, as of last fall, I have an uncle who is a pilot flying 727's. His family lives in Baraigne and he flies in and out of Saudi Arabia and all over the Middle East.
 

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