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Lynn Amick doug amick
Lynn Amick Doug Amick
     The 2005 season was the debut of mine (Lynn Amick) behind the number 47 late model.  Jumping right into the premiere and also one of the most competitive class’s was a big challenge but a successful endeavor none the less.  In 2006, my sophomore season there was a great deal learned and the results showed on the track.  I took a brief break in 2007 and 2008, but returned in 2009 with a newer race car and a burning desire to fill my speed addiction. Two heat race wins and some top 5 main even finishes really helped 2009 to be a great season for us.  2010 was a season of adventure as I traveled to Belle Fourche SD and Gillette WY in addition to racing at Black Hills Speedway.  2011 should be another fun season and I’m looking forward to throwing some mud!

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Age: 32
Hometown: Rapid City, SD
Years Racing: 4 year
Occupation: Johnson Controls
                   HVAC Mechanic
Hobbies: Racing, computer graphics / web pages, racing               games, studying HVAC, fabrication.

     Doug was the 1st to follow in his father's footsteps and take a seat behind the wheel of a race car in 1967 at the age of 17. Soon after he began his late brother Lyndon followed in 1969 followed by Craig in 1971. After several years both of his brothers ended their racing career's but after 36 years Doug is still going strong.
     Doug Started off racing in the hobby stock division at Black Hills Speedway before moving into a late model in 1971, then in 1983 he changed into the wedge body style that is similar to what is run today. He started off with Fords, and raced them for several years before making the switch to Chevy in 1978, and is currently still running Chevy today.
     Some of his career highlights are winning the point championship in 1987, followed by a close 2nd in points in 1988. In 1993 he was known for his 3-wheeled action as the car would pull the left front tire off the ground and carry it down the straightaway. He also won the season ending Nationals that year as well.
     After 36 years of racing he's now taking on a new role of pit man. Hopefully his years of experience will help to make the future seasons very successful.
Age: "Very Experienced"
Hometown: Yankton, SD
Years Racing: 37 years
Occupation: High Tech Mechanical
                   HVAC Technician
Hobbies: Racing
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