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4 J.C. Wyman          Updated by Driver: 11/14/2005
Proofed by Staff: 11/14/2005

 Driver Information
Hometown: Griswold,IA
Birthdate: 3/6/83
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165
Email Address: wyman_4@hotmail.com
Marital Status: Married - Liz
Employer: Certified Transmissions
Job: Technician
Year Started Racing: 1999
Racing Hero: Mark Martin - he is dedicated and gives it his all every time he sits in a car

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 2005 Race Shop
Motor: Ford 347
Owner: Jim & Glenda Wyman
Crew Chief: Jim Wyman, Jr.
Crew: Liz Wyman, Ryan Kirchhoff, Jared Wyman, Jonnie Wyman, Dusty Wyman, Dusty Reynolds, Casey Ferrens.
Sponsors & Support: J.D. Wyman Mototsports, Wyman's Ford, Little Debbie - Crane Distributing, Griswold Lumber, D&T Shirtified, Town & Country Sanitation.

 Tracks & Series
Adams County Speedway (IA) - Modified #4
Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Modified #4w
Beatrice Speedway (NE) - Modified #4w

 Awards & Accomplishments
9 Feature wins, 2003 Modified King of Hill at Adams County Speedway, highest Points finish at ACS is 5th, highest Points finish at NRP is 4th.
 Career Summary
Being a fourth generation racecar driver is kinda cool. From the 1960's until today, it was my grandpa, my three uncles, and then myself. My grandpa won many Track Championships in the 60's and 70's. My uncle Mark has also won his share of races and Track Championships. I race against my uncle Mark and uncle Jerry in the Modified class at Adams County Speedway. I started racing in 1999 at the age of 16 and have been enjoying it ever since. In the year 2002 I had 3 Feature wins and finished 8th in Points, which is my best year so far.
 Racing Goals
Try to win a Track Championship and hopefully move up to the National competition.
 Other Interesting Team Information
People often ask me why I picked the number 4 and the color green. I tell them that my grandpa ran a green #14, and since then it has been a tradition. With my uncle Mark being a green #42, My uncle Jerry a green #14j, my uncle Lee a green #41, you can see there is only one relationship between all of these numbers, and that is that they all have a 4 in them. So the thing I thought would be the easiest for the fans to remember was a green #4.

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