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Randy Weaver of Little Rock, AR  started racing in 1984 in the Bomber Class at I-30 Speedway because he'd been going to the races at I-30 Speedway since he was 10 years old.  Then he helped a friend, Robbie Chism, with his car and that led Randy to start racing his own car at the age of 19.  Randy raced the Bomber class for a few years before bumping up to the Street Stock Class where he continued to dominate.

It was during this time when the famous "Bionic Banana" was born. In 2002, Randy teamed up with Fox Racing Team and drove  a Modified for Carol Fox "Grandma Fox." Partnered with the Fox Racing Team, Randy and Grandma Fox went on to win a remarkable 13 TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS (Beebe Speedway & I-30 Speedway). At the end of the  2015  season Grandma Fox decided  it was time to retire.  Randy is still in action every weekend in the IMCA Modified Class at I-30 Speedway, putting on a show for the 100's of fans that have #WEAVERFEVER in their blood!

His most exciting racing moment was racing during a Modified Feature race at Batesville Motor Speedway to a sold out crowd at a Topless 100.  Randy was racing hard with Jeff Taylor and Mike Bowers.  He was neck to neck with Bowers, passed him on the last lap and won the Feature.  It was awesome to win in front of such a large crowd and against such good competition.  His home track is I-30 Speedway but he can also be found racing at Batesville Motor Speedway, Plumerville Super Speedway.

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Residency:                            Little Rock, AR

Years Racing:                       34 Years

Racing Class:                       IMCA Modified (16 years)

                                               Late Model

Chassis:                                Larry Shaw Race Cars

Engine:                                 IMCA Sealed Crate

Car Number:                       8W (Formerly F1)

Home Track:                       I-30 Speedway

Career Accomplishments

  • 6 Feature Wins Rookie Season

  • Topless 100 Mod Win (Batesville Motor Speedway)

  • 2-Time Scrapp Fox Memorial Winner

  • 13 Track Championships

  • Over 120 Modified Wins

  • Over 60 IMCA Modified Wins

  • 18 Single Season Feature Wins

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