|2k Jody Krug|| ||Updated by Driver: 6/5/2003|
Edited by Staff: 5/7/2005
| ||Hometown: Omaha, NE|
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Married - Tina
Children: Alicia - 13, Jordan - 10, Jacob - 6, Justin - 4
Employer: Truck Center / Total Collison Repair
Year Started Racing: 1987
Total Years Racing: 16
Racing Hero: Dale Earnhardt - he started with nothing and ended up being the best and having it all.
|Year/Make/Model: Top Secret|
Motor: Top Secret
Owner: Jody Krug
Crew Chief: Big Dave (David Ryan)
Crew: Jamie Rock, Jamie Flannaghan.
Sponsors & Support: Steve's Yard Care, McCarthy Heating & Air Conditioning, Schmitz Forms, my wife, family, friends and fans.
|Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Super Late Model #2k|
I-80 Speedway (NE) - Grand National Late Model #2k
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2002 - Placed 4th at NRP in the Points Championship in the Grand National division.|
2002 - "Winningest Driver" at NRP - winner of 6 A Features, including the Craftsman and the Labor Day Weekend Extravaganza.
2002 - Winner of 4 A Features at Crawford County Speedway.
2001 - Placed 3rd at NRP in the Points Championship and winner of the King of the Hill.
2001 - Winner of 13 A Features and the "Winningest Driver" in the Grand National division in the Midwest.
2001 - Winner of the Dwight Wrich Memorial 30-lap Grand National Topless Late Model event.
1996 - Grand National Rookie of the Year at Sunset Speedway and I-80 Speedway.
1994 - Pro Am Rookie of the Year at Sunset Speedway and I-80 Speedway.
1987-2002 - 5-Time Go-Kart National Championship ("Duffy"), 5-Time consecutive winner of the Tulsa Shootout, winner of the Holiday Classic, the Boogie Man and the $10,000 Big Z.
| Career Summary|
|At age 16, I began racing Go-Karts in the IKF Racing Series. In 1993, I began racing in the Pro Am division. In 1994, I was Sunset Speedway's Rookie of the Year. In 1995, I began racing in the Grand National division. In 1996, I was the Rookie of the Year at Sunset Speedway and I-80 Speedway.|
| Racing Goals|
|I live and race by a goal established for me by my late father, Joe Krug - "Do the best you can do and cream will float to the top."|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|1. I do not eat chicken on race day.|
2. I will not accept a lucky penny, unless I know for sure that it was found face up.
3. I have been using the number 2K since 1987. The "2" represents second to none and the "K" represents Krug.