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MAY 12, 1978
BALTIMORE, MD
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BALTIMORE, MD



From the age of three when he received his first motorcycle, J.C. has been involved with motorsports. After a few years of riding motorcycles and four wheelers J.C. and his father began racing a go kart they found in the corner of an old barn. Their new hobby soon turned into an obsession that culminated with three national World Karting Association (WKA) championships (the WKA Triple Crown) in 1997.

J.C. left karting in 1997 with an impressive resume of karting accomplishments to pursue other racing challenges. While driving racing trucks at Monster Racing's Dover, Delaware facility he was approached by the owner of two PARTS Pro Series racing trucks. He was so impressed with J.C.'s performance that he offered him a ride in one of his trucks. In his first PARTS Pro Truck Race, J.C. found himself sitting on the outside pole. Although he only raced five events in 1998, with the help of his father, he quickly began to dominate. In only five races, he took a pole position, broke a track speed record, won the Halfway Leader Award, and finished second in the season finale.

In 1999 J.C. raced the full season in the PARTS Pro Truck Series and took over where he left off in 1998. He consistently placed first, second or third in the majority of races that he competed in. For his efforts, J.C. finished third in the PARTS Pro Truck Series national points standings for the 1999 season proving that he is one of the hottest up-and-coming young drivers racing today.

J.C. is a driver that has specific goals for his racing career. In his quest to race in NASCAR Winston Cup, J.C. is competing in the ultra competitive American Speed Association (ASA). If his past results are any indicator of his future performance, J.C. is one driver to watch.





 


2002
Maintained a solid top-20th position through most of the season, running as high as 3rd but on track mishaps kept JC out of the top-10 in the ASA drivers' standings.

2001
Overcame early season chassis problems to finish 18th overall in his sophomore ASA season. Accumulated 1,898 points and over $80,000 in prize money. All while maintaining a 3.5 GPA at UNC-Charlotte.

2000
J.C. started off the ASA season by winning the first qualifying race of the year with the new GM Vortec engine. He led 28 laps during the season and finished seventh overall among rookies.

1999
Finished third in the PARTS Pro Truck Series points championship. Finished in the top five in eight events including: one win and four second places. Took one pole position and won two Hard Charger Awards.

1998
Competed in the last five races of the PARTS Pro Truck Series. Took three pole positions and finished second in the season finale. Won Halfway Leader Award, led the most laps in last five events, and set new track ET record. Won the Fox Sports "Tailgate Award" (Most Promising Young Driver).

1997/8
Won the prestigious World Karting Association's Triple Crown title by winning three national championships and has over 38 career WKA National Event victories.