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Jeremy Tibben, 26, of Stanton, Iowa, drives the #7 FR-1 Modified.  He works as a new accounts representative forAmeritrade.  His family includes wife, Amy and daughter, Kami, 16 months.
                Jeremy started in Jr. High racing radio controlled cars. He caught onto that really quick and did that for a couple of years.  Then in 1998, he began racing go-karts. “I raced go-karts nationally for three years which got my foot in the door for Modifieds.”

Jeremy is now entering his fourth year in Modifieds with season points finishes of 15th, 8th, and 13th at Adams County

Speedway.  Jeremy has a 3rd place finish in the World Leagues Mr. Goodscents Super Series Points and 4th place in the WDRL Hard Charger points.

Jeremy picked the #7 since it was his number in football.  His favorite driver is Bill Elliott.  As for Jeremy’s future plans, he would love to run the USMTS full time someday.  Right now, he is just working to improve season-by-season gaining sponsorships to pursue that goal.  His biggest influence is his father. “My dad, he started everything, he learned it from his dad.”

Jeremy’s career highlight was finishing 3rd at Volusia County Speedway in Florida during Speedweeks in 2002.  His scariest moment came when he destroyed his first Modified.  He rolled three times end-over-end backwards and then barrel-rolled three times landing on the roof.

Jeremy would like to add a special thank you to his sponsors and supporters, Willis & Willis, Ltd.; Medical Billing & Consulting - Tabor, IA, SuperBowl Sports Bar & Grill - Atlantic, IA, Culver's Butterburgers & Frozen Custard - Omaha, NE, Harry's
Auto - Atlantic, IA, Kirkham Micheal Engineering - Omaha, NE, Hetrick Auto - Marne, IA, Archer Petroleum - Atlantic, IA, Clarinda Academy, Clarinda, IA, and Special thanks to Derik & Melissa Tibben, Sue & Randy Botts, Aaron, Cory, and Brianna Botts, Jason & Angie Lang, Roger and Carol Tibben, Grandpa Tibben, Amy Tibben, Tami Tibben, Jim, Randy, Paul, Jeff from Racemart, Chris Brown, Jeremy Houck, and anyone else that I forgot to mention!

Some of Jeremy’s accomplishments include:

A Feature Wins - 22 (17 in 1999).

National Events:
1998 - 11th of 134 Karts at Tulsa Shootout (Stock Medium)
1998 - 14th of 67 Karts at IKF Grand Nationals (Stock Light)
1998 - 14th of 76 Karts at IKF Grand Nationals (Stock Heavy)
1999 - 9th of 154 Karts at Tulsa Shootout (Stock Heavy)

Points Series:
1997 - IKF Missouri Show Me Series Points Championship (Stock Medium) in rookie year
1997 - 4th place in points series, Adel, IA in rookie year
1999 - Cornhusker Speedway Points Champion, Waverly, NE

3-Day Events:
1999 - Cornhusker Classic Champion, Waverly, NE
1999 - Spring Nation Nationals Champion, Allendale, MO (Stock Heavy)
1999 - Spring Nation Nationals Champion, Allendale, MO (Stock Medium)
1999 - Fall Nation Nationals Champion, Allendale, MO (Stock Medium)


Bonus Questions
What tape or CD is in your car/Truck right now?  Snoop World
What is your favorite movie? SEVEN
Who was the poster on your wall growing up?  (or who did you idolize growing up?)  Bill Elliot and Doug Wolfgang
Who is the best driver you have raced against?  Jim Scherek and John Saathoff
Any lucky charms or superstitions?  My car has a license plate attached to the front.  DV0001, which is my grandpa's disabled veteran plate.  The first one issued in Adair County.  He passed away in 2001.
Any nick names?  If so, how did you get it? "Jamm'in" Jeremy Tibben  The announcer at a karting race announced me as that when I won the Cornhusker Classic. 

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