Johnny Greaves Accident – Famous Off-road Racing Driver Johnny Greaves has been injured in an accident. The news of the accident was known through a post made on Facebook by Corbyn Wassenberg Racing on Friday 9th June 2023 saying “Please keep fellow racer Johnny Greaves in your thoughts and prayers. He was involved in an incident racing and transported to a trauma centre”. He was born in Abrams, Wisconsin on March 21, 1966.
Johnny Greaves Career
Greaves began his racing career in buggies, where he was successful enough to win two championships before moving on to Pro Light. Between SODA and CORR, the organization that came after it, he won seven Pro Light championships. Before moving up to the most competitive class in short-course off-road racing, the Pro 4, he spent one year competing in a Pro 2 Trophy Truck. Greaves took first place in his class at CORR in both 2004 and 2006, as well as at WSORR in 2007. Following the dissolution of those sanctioning bodies, he went on to win the title of champion in the Pro 4×4 class of the 2010 Traxxas TORC Series.
He continued racing in the Pro 4 level and eventually won the championship in 2013. At the age of twelve, Greaves started competing in motocross races. At the age of 23, he made the switch to racing four-wheeled vehicles. He competed in the SCORE International and SODA buggy racing series. He won several championships in different buggy classes, including the “double” titles in Class 1-1600 and Class 9 that were awarded by SODA in 1992.
What you need to know about Johnny Greaves
In addition, during that season he raced a couple of light production trucks in the Class 7 division. In 1993, he moved up to compete in Class 7s on a full-time basis and won the final two races. He was the one who initiated a partnership with Toyota, which is still active today. In 1994, he competed in the class again, and he ended up winning the championship. He was featured on national television thanks to the fact that SODA events were broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2 respectively. The majority of SODA’s regular season races took place on tracks located in Wisconsin.
Greaves was victorious in both the 1995 and 1996 Winter Heat class 7S championships, which was a separate series that was sanctioned by SODA in the state of California. We were victorious in seventy per cent of the competitions that he entered during the years 1994 and 1996. The regular season for SODA in the summer of 1997 was the sanctioning body’s last season before CORR took up the job of sanctioning off-road vehicles in the winter of 1998. This occurred before CORR took over the job.
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