|27 Timothy Miller|| ||Updated by Driver: 6/26/2010|
Edited by Staff: 6/26/2010
|Hometown: Grand Island, NE|
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marital Status: Married - Leigh Ann
Children: Colton - 12
Employer: CXT / LB Foster Company
Job: Yard Foreman
Year Started Racing: 2006
|Year/Make/Model: 1981 Pontiac Grand LeMans|
Owner: Tim & Tony Miller
Crew Chief: Leigh Ann Miller
Crew: Tyler Mihm, Adam Cook, Tim & Tyson Trejo, Big Will.
Sponsors & Support: Jon Morrow, Fastenal, Ravenna Locker, Mr. B's Tees, Pole Creek Crossing, Performance Graphics (Clint Smith), Hazard e-Waste, Hilario Alcorta II, F/X Suspension, Too Quik Race Engines (Chris Graczyk), Surface Solution, Jarred Shipps.
|Dawson County Raceway (NE) - Hobby Stock #27|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2006 - 10 Feature wins in the Cruiser Class at Mid-Nebraska Speedway.|
2008 - 7th in Hobby Stock Points during rookie year at Dawson County Raceway, 10th in Mid-Nebraska Speedway Points, 11th at Thayer County Raceway, 4th in State Points, 5th in National Rookie Points, and 2nd in Regional Rookie Points.
2009 - First A Feature win at Mid-Nebraska, 6th in Mid-Nebraska Points, Track Championship at Dawson County Raceway, 9th in State Points, competed at Boone Super Nationals.
| Career Summary|
|I helped out Mike & Chris Graczyk in the Cruiser class as a crew member in 2005. Josh Graczyk asked me if I wanted to run a Cruiser with him in 2006. What a blast in a station wagon! In the middle of the season our motor went south and we got help from the Zero Hobby crew to get another motor in, which is how I met Kyle Bond. My brother Tony asked if I wanted to move up to a Hobby Stock and he helped me get started. 2007 didn't go so well. Had rearend, tranny, and engine parts problems. We decided to sit out the season to get it all right. I wound up helping Kyle Bond out at the end of the 07 season and he opened up his shop to take me in and help me out in the 2008 season. I also love watching Wade Cross run his Modified on good days and bad.|
| Racing Goals|
|To be a competitive driver and work my way up to a Track Championship or maybe even State Championship.|