Lug Nut Jr
Hometown: Irwindale, California
Birthdate: March 27, 1999
Hobbies: Dancing, Ping Pong, X-Box 360 and driving my Legends Car.
Favorite Food: King Taco, BBQ Chicken Pizza and Toasted Vanilla Cinnamon Almonds.
Richard “The King” Petty, Mark Martin, Lee Petty, Buddy Baker, and Rusty Wallace.
LugNut Jr. has racing in his blood, the only son of Charlotte Motor Speedways World Famous LugNut and Irwindale Event Center’s very own Racing Mascot. He is the master of the Motorized victory Doughnut and supreme shooter of Special T-Shirts.
LugNut Jr. or just plain old “Lug!” as the Irwindale Event Center staff refers to him as is one of the hardest-working individuals in the racing business. His race day begins very early (around 6am if he hasn’t been out late on a personal appearance the night before) with stretching exercises such as yoga, aerobic calisthenics, weight lifting and a 5-mile run capped off with a couple hours at the rifle range getting the windage adjusted on his unique CO2-powered “T-Shooter”. Not much for words, LugNut Jr. can say more with a tilt of the head, or a quick “thumbs-up”, than many might be able to do with a 10-minute speech. Everyone loves him and he loves the Irwindale Event Center racing fan families more than anything. If he could speak, this motorized maven of motor sports would want to say that all the fans are invited to meet with him at each and every Saturday night soiree at Irwindale Event Center. Just watch for that nut-shaped head, those cool racing gloves, those hot racing kicks, a colorful cape and his mile-wide smile.
The Legend of LugNut
5/8 scale 1934 Custom Convertible Legends Car.
Engine: 1200 cc Yamaha Motorcycle engine.
Quotes To Live By
“Circumstances may cause interruptions and delays, but never loose sight of your goal. Prepare yourself in every way you can by increasing your knowledge and adding to your experience, so that you can make the most of opportunity when it occurs.” – Mario Andretti (Italian born American Race Driver)
“NASCAR logic isn’t always logical.”
– Darrel Waltrip