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77 Dustin Jarillo          Updated by Driver: 3/24/2012
Edited by Staff: 3/24/2012

 Driver Information
Hometown: Omaha,NE
Birthdate: 2/26/72
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 250
Email Address: jntracing@cox.net
Marital Status: Married - Christine
Employer: Sid Dillon Chevrolet Blair
Job: Auto Tech
Year Started Racing: 1996
Total Years Racing: 15
Racing Hero: Dale Earnhardt - he always will be The Greatest!

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 2010 harris
Motor: Chevy 430
Owner: Dustin & Christine Jarillo
Crew: Tim McGill, Christine Jarillo.
Sponsors & Support: Grandma, we know you might not be here but you are still with us every race.



 Tracks & Series
Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Modified #77
I-80 Speedway (NE) - Modified #77

 Awards & Accomplishments
2000 Eagle B Feature win, 24th in 2000 Eagle Points, Top 25 in 1997 Sunset Points, finished 9th in 2002 Points. This was all done in our Pro Am. This is a new game with the Modified
 
 Career Summary
We first got into racing by helping Steve Werchan with the 42x Pro Am at Sunset. We have worked very hard to get to where we are today. When we first started racing, we only raced a few races the first season, then took time off to buy a house (needed a garage for the racecar!). In 2003 we bought an IMCA Stock Car that we still have but we decided to try the Modified for now. Wish us luck!
 
 Racing Goals
To win a heat race and an A Feature. To finish the season off with a Top 15 in Points!
 
 Other Interesting Team Information
Our first racecar motor we got by trading a guy four tires for the motor. We got an 8th place finish at Sunset with it, then it blew up the next week (four years after the swap). Blew another motor on opening night at Eagle in 2001 (did I mention the car was still on the trailer?!). I got sick off of chicken gizzards at I-80 due to a schedule change and lots of yellow flags in the race before mine (now have a new motto of NO chicken gizzards before the Feature is done). At least ten times a night we wonder why we didn't buy a bass boat.
 

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