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UserName: VoyagerRacing

Real Name: Joey

Hometown: Guthrie, OK

Tracks Where I Race: Tulsa Port City, OKC I-44, Sweet Springs MO, Tulsa Expo

Non-Racing Hobbies: Football


Classes I've Raced: Jake, Jr Sprint, Restrictor, A Class, NW, Multi, Midget

Classes I Currently Race: Midget, Micro Outlaw, Micro NW, Micro A Class

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Alright so my name is Jake Rosario. My life basically revolves around racing. I race open-wheel sprintcars. I like just about everything thats has wheels and goes fast. I have been racin for 6 years and plan to do it for a while. Other than racing, family and friends are a big part of my life. Hmm lets see im puerto rican and proud of it. It makes me mad when people talk trash about us too. Lets see I dont like two faced people. I dont like it when people talk about me behind my back. If you got somethin to say, say it to my face. Umm i have 2 brothers named Joseph and Isaac and a sister named Alex. I have a grey cat named Roscoe I used to have a dog but it chewed up our house so my dad gave it away.. lol I am a Junior at Guthrie Highschool. I like to play sports. I also like to play videogames. Anything you got a question about feel free to ask! .. ";



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This was in 2006 when Jake won the OKC OK I-44 Speedway Track Championship.

Jake Rosario's Bio

This year’s Restrictor Class Champion is Jake Rosario. He is thirteen years old and is a student at Guthrie Junior High School where he plays football and is a member of student council and FCCLA. When Jake is not racing he enjoys other hobbies like riding four wheelers, playing PS2, and hanging out with friends.
Jake has been racing mini-sprints for two and a half years. He began racing in the Kid Sprint division here at I-44 Speedway.  His second year, he moved up from Kid Sprint to the Restrictor Class in the middle of the racing season. This year, he raced the entire season in the Restrictor Class, battling for the championship.
Jake would like to thank his parents Joey and Karen, his brother Isaac, and Dan Mullenix for all their support and help with the car.  He would also like to thank all of his sponsors:
Voyager Home Systems, Sawyer Chassis, Sleeper Graphics and FTZ Racing.


Congratulations Jake Rosario. The 2006 Restrictor Class Champion!