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24c Greg Becker          Updated by Driver: 4/14/2011
Edited by Staff: 4/14/2011

 Driver Information
Nickname: Becker
Hometown: Aurora,NE
Birthdate: 4/9/85
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 240
Email Address: armygaurdsmen@yahoo.com
Marital Status: Dating
Year Started Racing: 2007
Total Years Racing: 3

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 1983 Olds Cutlass
Motor: Chevy 350
Owner: Greg Becker
Sponsors & Support: I would love to thank Will & Ron Sisson for their help getting my car ready for the year, and also my family and friends for all their support.

 Tracks & Series
Junction Motor Speedway (NE) - Hobby Stock #24c

 Career Summary
When I was a little kid I always went to the Doniphan track and watched the Gimpel boys run out there, and that is where I got the idea that I would love to do that someday. I watched them as I was growing up and I set my goal to be able to race myself. Then after high school I finaly was able to get a car and start rebuilding it and get it ready to go. Then in the 2007 year I finally got it done and took it out for the first time. I had problems with the car the first year and then the second year I learned more about driving, the car, and track changes. The 2009 year I got to where I could run closer to the front and got better at driving and get better every year.
 
 Racing Goals
My racing goals are to gain more driving experience and to learn more about the car and the track. I would love to work towards some wins and some Top 5 finishes. Sometime down the road maybe move up in class.
 
 Other Interesting Team Information
I like to listen to certain types of music before I go out to the track and on the way to the track. This year is different then the last three years I have run. This year I have a sticker on my trunk lid and it will probably be there every year from now on, dedicating my races to my aunt that passed away of cancer the end of April. I go out and race with no worries about winning or losing. She taught me that no matter what happens or where I am at on the track, don't give up, fight hard, and keep pushing. She never gave up the fight for her life with cancer. She fought hard and that is what I am going to do for her.
 

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