Jim Yoder is the driver of the #27 Tom Fogelman, Rocket Chassis, Miller Racing Engines Super Late Model.
Jim is 46 years old and is married to wife Dawn who was once one of the trophy girls at Selinsgrove Speedway. Together they have a son, Dylan.
Jim has no racing superstitions and the #27 coincides with his birthday.
Jim has 12 super late model and 16 semi-late model victories to his credit at Selinsgrove.
The financial side of racing is absolutely the hardest thing about the sport but it gets offset by the fun of driving.
Jim would like to thank Fogelman Trucking, Alberts Trucking, Miller Racing Engines, Aubrey Alexander Toyota, Sam Ray and Dawn for helping him in his racing endeavors.
Dylan Yoder is the 22 year old driver of the Jim Yoder, Master Built Chassis, Kriner Engine #24 super late model.
Dylan has a girlfriend, Heide, and when not racing is a substitute math teacher and a service managers assistant at Aubrey Alexander Toyota.
Dylan started his racing career in go karts at the age of 9 and jumped into the super late models at the age of 15.
Dylan claims his greatest racing achievement and memory is taking the checkered flag in a Three State Flyers series event at Bedford.
Sticking with family tradition the #24 is a tribute to his birthday and when not cranking it left and stepping on the loud pedal Dylan enjoys video games.
Dylan has 13 super late model wins at the big half-mile.
Working on the car during the week is the most difficult part of racing for Dylan but winning sure does make it worth it.
Other than Selinsgrove Dylan is a big fan of the smooth and slick Hagerstown Speedway.
Dylan would like to thank Mom & Dad, Grandma, Heide, The Wagners, Bill Weaver, Sam & Sis Ray, S & R Repairs, Aubrey Alexander Toyota and Miller Racing Engines for helping keep him on the track each week.
Andrew Yoder is the driver of the Gene Yoder, Swartz Race Cars, Miller Racing Engines limited late model.
The 19 year old driver's family includes mom Candee, dad Gene, brother Skylar and girlfriend Krista.
Andrew is from Selinsgrove and works as a welder and mechanic.
Andrew got his start in racing at age 12 with a go kart his dad brought home from the flea market which he ran at Penns Creek and Selinsgrove Raceway Park. He chose his number because both uncle Jim and cousin Dylan each have a 2 in their car number.
Two of Andrew's favorite racing memories to date are riding the wall at Americas Motorsports Park in his uncle Jim's car and winning his first race.
In karting Andrew won over 80 feature events and 3 track championships. He also finished in the top 10 in his first late model race at Americas Motorsports Park.
Superstitions came early in Andrew's racing career. When at the track never wear green and never, ever wear your own racing shirt.
Other than Selinsgrove Speedway and Selinsgrove Raceway Park, Andrew was a big fan of Penns Creek Go Kart Track.
Andrew enjoys working on the race car in his spare time.
Andrew would like to thank Dad, Mom, Krista, Jim Stine, Aubrey Alexander Toyota, Windview Truck Garage, Snap-On, Miller Racing Engines, Eloy Trailers, Pope Insurance, Fastenal, Stine Trucking and KMP Photography for helping him in his racing endeavors.
SelinsgroveSpeedway.com would like to wish Jim, Dylan, Andrew and the entire Yoder Nation a safe and successful racing season.
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