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He started fishing as a kid.

He started racing IMCA Modifieds in 1993 all through the midwest. He continued racing throughout the 90’s running numerous prestigious races, including the Boone Super Nationals, Harris Clash, USMTS series and many more throughout the country. Then he transitioned into racing late models in 1999.

After moving to Story City, Iowa in 1998, Jeremy started working for Harris Auto Racing where he started learning race car fabrication. One year later, he moved to Knoxville, TN and worked at Goddard’s Performance. There he helped build the Warrior Chassis for drivers like Scott Bloomquist, Marshall Green, Bill Frye and many more.

In 2000, he made the move to Kannapolis, NC and started building cars for Bill Elliott Racing. Then he found himself at D.E.I on the 15 car winning Daytona in 2003 and then later that year at Richard Childress winning the Brickyard 400 with Kevin Harvick. After multiple Cup wins and Busch Championships as a fabricator, he quit NASCAR racing in 2006. What he realized while working on these NASCAR teams, was his heart was not in fabricating the cars, but driving them.

In this time of transition, he decided to pursue acting for a while after being featured in a NASCAR Budweiser commercial and NASCAR documentary.

Then life happened and he relocated to NWA in 2011 to marry his wife. Jeremy saw a need for a few things in the area, including video production and racing. Thus, Bod High Productions was born to provide him with a day job. He has learned every aspect of video production while producing and directing over 340 television episodes, feature films, corporate videos, and many other projects.

In his spare time, he was an avid bike racer for 5 years. He started with road races and moved onto mountain bike racing, pulling from years of BMX racing as a child. He has now raced for over 5 years here in NWA, with multiple wins and podiums.

In the meantime, the dirt track was still calling. So with a curious trip up to Butterfield, Missouri to Twister Ally Speedway, a new racing partnership was created. Since October of 2019, Jeremy has bought a Kart and started making his mark back in the dirt by partnering up with Arkie Apparel Racing and Andrew Hillian Racing. In his first 5 races, he has had four Top 5 finishes, including two 3rds and one 2nd place A Feature finish. Jeremy is also the lead driving coach and mentor in AAR’s driver development program which currently lists 5 junior drivers for 2020.

As of now, he is producing a vlog named ‘Racer Guy’ and is very happy to be back on the dirt doing what he loves! He is now and always will be a Racer Guy.

 
Size Chart

A word about our shirts:

Basically, they'll be your favorite. We choose our shirt fabric specifically for it's softness and comfort.

Our shirts use unisex sizing: cut a little narrower than a traditional men's shirt, specifically through the shoulders, but larger than a women's. 

Guys: If you are broader through the chest and shoulders, you'll probably need to size up from your typical men's size.  If you're long and lean, go with your normal size.

Ladies: If you get your typical women's size in our shirts, it'll be comfortable.  If you size down, it will be a little more fitted.  If you size up, it will be loose.

 Size chest width * shirt length *
XS 32" 27"
Sm 36" 28"
Md 40" 29"
Lg 44" 30"
XL 48" 31"
2X 52" 32"
3X 56" 33"

 

Youth Size Chart:

Youth Size chest width * shirt length *
Youth Sm 30.5" 21"
Youth Md 32.5" 22"
Youth Lg 34.5" 23.5"

 

How to measure:

The chest width measures the circumference of the shirt about 1" below the armhole.

The shirt length measures the length of the shirt from the center back neckline seam straight down to the back bottom hem.

 

*All size chart measurements are approximate.  Actual sizing may vary by shirt.