Family: Mom is Buffy, Dad is Joe, Brothers are Jeremy and Jace
Day job: Maintenance Millwright at ADM
Car model and number: Hornet #32b
How did your racing career start? My dad and brother both raced when I was growing up they would let me drive their cars back when Macon had high school hornets.
Racing history and accomplishments: I’ve raced a few times a year for the last four or five years. This is my first full season racing for points. We are first at Macon in season points and finished third at Lincoln in seasons points. We're also first in the UMP South Region and third in the UMP National points.
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Racing idol & why? My brother Jeremy Reed. I grew up watching him quickly become the best in the class. He’s won three national championships in the last five years, finishing second the two other years. I’ve learned everything I know about these cars from helping and watching him.
Who’s your biggest fan? My girlfriend Shelby and best friend Kyle don’t miss a race. They go where I go every week.
Can’t-miss TV show: Street Outlaws
Favorite movie: Remember the Titans
PHOTOS: Macon Speedway's Wayne Webb
GALLERY: Macon Speedway's Wayne Webb
Wayne Webb was an auto racing pioneer and the force behind Macon Speedway.
In this photo from 1983, Macon Speedway founder Wayne Webb stands in front of his one-fifth mile dirt track.
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