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If nothing else, Justin has managed to do one thing through his whole racing career - keep people's attention.  On his very first competitive lap at Thunder Road in May 2000, Justin crashed his brand new Street Stock.  Less than two months later, he earned his first heat race win, sang the Star Spangled Banner, and grabbed a second place trophy, all on the same night.
 
Justin earned his first feature win in August that year.  A second season in 2001 brought the best of both worlds - a win at Airborne Raceway, two 2nd-place runs at Thunder Road, a 3rd-place 50-lap score in Canaan, NH, and a pair of mangled race cars.
 
In 2002, Justin won at Thunder Road on Memorial Day, took the point lead at Airborne by mid-season, and earned an alter-ego as over-the-edge Frenchman "Joo-stan San-Louee".  It proved to be fitting - a hard crash at Canaan (not of Justin's doing this time!) destroyed the race car, and he ended up 7th overall at Airborne and 22nd at Thunder Road.
 
Justin raced in the new Junkyard Warrior class in 2003, where he drove a Geo and two convertibles to 13th in points.  Another shot at Street Stock racing at Thunder Road in 2004 left Justin in championship contention in July, but another hard crash (also not Justin's fault, but still demoralizing) put the team out of commission for the year.
 
What are Justin's racing plans for the future?  For now, he's content as a fledgling journalist, writing for Speed51.com, but hopes to be racing full-time again by 2007.  Whatever and wherever that ends up being, we hope the walls are padded!

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Justin's first heat win, 2000

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Likely the most famous picture ever taken of Justin, on top in 2001

DISCLAIMER: Many of the photos on this website have been used without prior permission, and for that, we're sorry.  For the ones we did ask to use, thanks a ton!  Proper credit is due every photographer, but since tagging every single shot would take a really long time, and we've forgotten a lot of who took what, let's just thank everyone who has "helped" out now: Alan Ward, Eric LaFleche/VLFPhotos.com, Gene Gagne/OutsideGroove.com, Leif Tillotson, Brian McCullough (RACEGOD), the late David Heath, Dave Brown, Cindy Weed, John Sullivan, Norm Marx, Bethany Bell, vintagemodifieds.com, the late Bob Doyle, Ron Pittsley, David Paris, Jim DuPont, Tom Herzig, and myriad others.  A huge thanks goes out to contributors Andy Boright, the late Cho Lee, and Christian "Ti Gaz" Genest, all treasurers of racing history.  You're all awesome and very much appreciated!!!
 
--- Website updated and maintained in memory of Cho Lee ---