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Driver: Jordan Yaggy
Hometown: Rochester, Minnesota
DOB: 06/02/91
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 230lbs
Division: Super Late Model
Years Racing 7 - Super Late Model
3 - Wissota Late Model
2 - Tobias Slingshots
Career Wins: 11
Chassis: Rocket
Engine: Action Engineering
Team Owner: Steve Yaggy
Favorite Movie: Tommy Boy
Days of Thunder
Joe Dirt
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorie Track: Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, Wisconsin)
Racing Hero: My Dad, Eddie Carrier Jr, Lance Mathees
Most Memorable Moment: The first time my Dad let me drive his Late Model at a test and tune at Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota). I had been dreaming of that for years!
Race Most Like To Win: Any win is great!
Crew Chief Steve Yaggy
Crew: Ron Yaggy, Dave Ross, Adam Hanenberger, Brian Koenig, Stevie Kruckeberg, Kristin Yaggy, Jillian Johnson, Marissa Koenig, Heather Koenig
Brief History
Jordan started going to the races when he was just weeks old to watch his Dad race Open Wheel Modifieds. He quit not long after Jordan was born, but they still continued to go to the races quite often. His Dad then bought his first Late Model in the early 2000's, and Jordan pit crewed for him all the way up until he quit at the end of the 2009 season.

Jordan's first experience behind the wheel came when he got a Tobias Slingshot in 2008 and raced it for two summers. Then in 2010 his Dad turned the Late Model over to him. They only raced about a dozen shows each of the first two seasons due to conflicts with his hockey career. Finally, in 2012 they were able fully dedicate their spare time to racing. The team raced about 25 shows, consisting mostly of special events, and were able to have some success including claiming the 2012 Wissota Challenge Series Rookie of the Year title.

For 2013 the planned to race as many events as possible again with their Wissota program, and also select Super Late Model events. Their main focus was the Wissota Challenge Series and Corn Belt Clash events along with some weekly racing at Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota). Jordan would go on to enter twenty events throughout the duration of his 2013 campaign, and against a stout field of competition each week he managed to record one top five finish and a pair of top ten finishes.

2014 was an up-and-down year for the team, as Jordan set out to compete in his first full season behind the wheel of a Super Late Model. Yaggy overcome an extensive surgery on his right knee from an old hockey and snowmobile injury which sidelined him for much of the season. The entered select events with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS), ending the year with a pair of top ten finishes.