Jeff Fields drives the #16 Crate Late
Model Class car. His home track is Dixie-Rome Speedway. He
lives in Aragon, GA.
Team members helping Jeff are:
Daddy (Joey Fields), Mike Chapman, Roylee Brite. Joey Fields is
the car owner.
Jeff started racing in 1993 at the age of 15 in
the Hobby Stock Class at Thunder Mountain Speedway because his Grandad
drove NASCAR, and his Dad drove Cadet car...it's a family affair.
His first win was in 1995, the first time in the Hobby Stock Class at
Thunder Mountain Speedway.
Career highlights include Rookie
of the Year and First in Points at Thunder Mountain Speedway, 23 wins
out of 28 races at Thunder Mountain, 2001 Alabama State Championship at
East Alabama Motor Speedway and 2nd in Points in Crate Racing, USA. Jeff
was 2nd, 3rd and 5th in the NeSmith Points the first three years. In
2007 he was named IRON man for the series.
The thrill of racing for Jeff is the
rush. He has the need for speed. His most exciting racing moment was the thrill of Golden
Isle Speedway. Passing Kenney Schrader at East Bay Raceway made his
heart pound the hardest. He's most proud of the fun and thrill of it being a
family affair and carrying on his Granddad's traditions of live that
thrilled him and also his Dad in their love for racing.
Jeff's racing hero is Norman King his
Grand Father and Joey Fields his Father. and "me"!
Of racing, Jeff says, "Chemicals that
money cannot buy! Its about having fun. Its something my Mom and
Dad got me into as a child. It has kept me from getting into trouble.
Its keeps me busy in my spare time. ".