|43 Jesse Adair|| ||Updated by Driver: 5/3/2002|
Edited by Staff: 5/4/2002
| ||Nickname: The Youngster|
Hometown: Clarinda, IA
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Single
Year Started Racing: 1997
Total Years Racing: 4
Racing Hero: Richard Petty - he's the King of Stock Car racing and he knows how to take care of his fans. And my dad is my hero now - he's taught me a lot.
|Year/Make/Model: 1983 Olds Cutlass|
Motor: Chevy 350/305
Owner: Jesse Adair
Crew Chief: Jamie Campbell - Car Chief, Les Adair - Manager, Justin Williams - P.R.
Crew: Les Adair, Justin Williams, Jamie Campbell, Keith Larson, Darin McClarnin, Ray Smith.
Sponsors & Support: I want to thank all the guys that help me out and I want to thank all those guys' wives and girlfriends for letting them come out and play on Saturday nights and weeknights. I want to also thank Kool Cats, The Big Wash, Gabby's Antiques, Antique Johns, Snyders, Willams Taxidermy, and especially my mom & dad who have helped me out more than anyone, and who have always been there for me.
|Adams County Speedway (IA) - Hobby Stock #43|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|Finished 10th in Hobby Stock points at Adams County Speedway.|
| Career Summary|
|Racing has been my life ever since I could walk and talk. I was in three Demolition Derbies when I was 16. When I was 17 I started racing Enduros. I raced them for three years at Knoxville Speedway and Spencer Speedway. Then I built a Hobby Stock for Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa. I started half way through the season and had 7 starts. Every Start ended with a Top 10 and 2 were Top 5's. In 2001 with the Hobby Stock I realized a dream of mine to race at Corning.|
| Racing Goals|
|To win a Feature and a Championship at ACS and anywhere else I race, move up to higher classes, and eventually make my way up to Busch or Winston Cup.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|My dad is always the last person to talk to me before I leave the pits. I have a 45 in honor of Adam Petty taped inside my helmet. It has been there for three years now.|