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.: Meet Josh:.
Driver: Josh Fields
Hometown: New Tazewell, Tennessee
DOB: 07/24/1990
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 225 lbs
Marital Status: Married - Amber
Division: Crate Late Model
Limited Late Model
Years Racing: 12
Career Wins: 30
Chassis: Brucebilt Rocket
Team Owner: Debbie Fields/ Josh Fields
Favorite Movie: Days of Thunder
Favorite Food: Japanese
Favorite Race Track: Ponderosa Speedway (Kentucky)
Cleveland Speedway (Tennessee)
Racing Hero: Scott Bloomquist
Most Memorable Moment: When my daughter, Ailee was born
Race Most Like to Win: World 100 at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio)
Crew Chief: Josh McGeorge
Crew: Jeremy Rouse
Brief History
Josh Fields was a small town kid growing up in New Tazewell, Tennessee. At the ripe ole' age of 5 he was mastering the art of riding Go-Karts and started riding a Banchee 4-wheeler at age 6.

After years of 4-wheelers and dirt bikes and watching races at his home track, Tazewell Speedway, Josh decided to hit the track himself. His first endeavor into racing was in the 4-Cylinder division with his first-ever race coming at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee).

And there it began.

After several years of running the 4-Cylinder class at Tazewell Speedway with numberous wins as well as Rookie of the Year honoros, Josh took the next step up into the Sportsman division. Unstoppable in his CVR Sportsman Phantom Race Engine Car, Josh won more than a dozen features in one year.

With the sale of the CVR Chassis, the team grew once again as Mike Reece with Reece Monuments joined the team as a sponsor. The team also added a new 2015 Brucebilt Rocket, Eagle Race Engine, and VooDoo Shock Technology to their stable.

With crew chief, Josh McGeorge, and crew member, Jeremy Rouse, the team continues to grow each year.

2016 proved to be successful as the team traveled throughout Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, and Alabama as they registered numerous Top-5 finishes to go with three wins.

2017 finds the team with a busy schedule and a possible run in the NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series.