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00 Steve Oglesbee          Updated by Driver: 3/27/2002
Edited by Staff: 3/27/2002

 Driver Information
Nickname: Oge
Hometown: Massena, IA
Birthdate: 12/26/70
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 210
Email Address: steve00@netins.net
Marital Status: Married - Angela
Employer: Self-Employed
Job: Truck Driver
Year Started Racing: 1998
Total Years Racing: 4
Racing Hero: Dale Earnhardt - he gave 100% to racing, started with a little of nothing, and followed his dream and succeeded.

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 1979 Pontiac Firebird
Motor: 358
Owner: Steve & Angela Oglesbee
Crew Chief: Chad Johnston
Crew: Josh Bowman, Chad Johnston
Sponsors & Support: Erci Trucking, D&R Fabrication, Johnston Construction, Bowman Siding & Windows.

 Tracks & Series
Adams County Speedway (IA) - Stock Car #00

 Awards & Accomplishments
I've won a ton of heat races. No features yet but have had quite a few second place finishes. In the last two years, I finished 14th and 15th in points. My start of the season always kills me! Hopfully this year will be different!
 
 Career Summary
My dad has been racing cars for as long as I can remember. I can remember living in Prescott and hopping in Dad's Stock Car in the early 70's, and taking the back roads to Corning, racing the car, and driving it back home! He has been driving on and off for the last 20-25 years and it finally started to rub off on me! My brother Josh started a year earlier than I did and I guess that's what got me hooked! I couldn't let him have all the fun!
 
 Racing Goals
To win as many races as I can! I would like to beat Chris Spieker's single season of wins for a year, which I believe is 11 or 12. That would be awesome!
 
 Other Interesting Team Information
The reason I chose #00 all started when a friend and I went to Bristol to watch a NASCAR race. He had some friends from work that wanted to get a Buckshot Jones T-shirt and I had never heard of the guy. Back then he raced the Busch circut and was not that popular. We walked buy his trailor and he was there with other fans and autographed our T-shirt and gave us a bunch of Aquafresh toothpaste and Kebler cookies! So I decided to use #00. End of story! After my first race ever, I got caught going 75-80 mph coming from Red Oak. I had my driving suit on and the officer that pulled me over used to race at ACS. He gave me a warning and said "Been there and done that. I know what you're going through!" So I lucked out there!
 

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