Greg Neff

Drivers Bio: 
Cool Facts - NOT a jimmy's chassis 1) Passionate about the product and brand of Racer Coffee Company, Partnered with them for 2022 2) Started in offroad as a high school intern in a metal fab shop (Advanced Off road Research - Grand Junction 2002). The shop sponsored a desert race team called "Fire Guys Racing" and was Greg's first exposure to offroad racing. Time in the shop and at races had Greg hooked and he knew he had to be part of it. 3) Identify as a Toyota Guy 4) Greg owned a 4x4 shop in Ft. Collins, CO in 2009 while in pursuit of a mechanical engineering degree. He continued to build and race offroad trucks and even spent some time cone dodging in rock crawling competitions. 5) Greg Co-Drove for Dustin Isenhour in 4400 class for several years starting in 2013 6) Greg has been racing as a driver in 4800 class since 2017 7) Works a day job for a global can manufacturer creating new innovative aluminum packaging 8) Greg has been offroading with Co-Driver Eric Riscoe since 2010. Eric also raced his own buggy for several years in the Dirt Riot series. 9) Wife and two daughters cheer Greg on during races 10) Key sponsors/support - RACER COFFEE COMPANY, Warn Winch, Ruffstuff Specialties, Raceline Wheels, TJM Prolocker, Jeep Daddy Apparel, Fox Shocks 11) When not in a race suite can be found Camping and rec wheeling all over Colorado. 12) Cad designed and built this car from the ground up in his garage with the help of Co-driver and group of friends.

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