#97 Greg Edwards
What is your favorite food?
Seafood, especailly from the Chesapeake Bay
What did you want to be when you were going up?
I wanted to be a Marine Biologist. I’ve always loved the water and all it holds.
What is the first thing you would do if you won the lottery?
I’d become debt free, help those closest to me with any financial problems. Charitable donations to organizations and lots of traveling.
If you could go anywhere in the world, all expenses paid for you and one guest for two weeks. Where would you go? Who would you bring?
I’d like to take Queenie and go to Africa and South Africa. To be able to see Lions, Zebras and such in the wild.
If you could go back in history who would you like to meet? Why?
Without a doubt Jesus Christ, I’ve got lots of questions for him.
Who is your favorite sports team and why?
I will always be a Washington Redskins fan HTTR: HAIL YES!
If you could try any job out for one day what would you like to try?
I’d be a Fighter Pilot. To be soaring at speeds that break the sound barrier and the adrenaline rush. All about the speed.
What was your very first car that you owned?
Technically my first car was an old Toyota pickup that was a Danny’s Glass company truck. I wrecked it the first day! Then got a 85 IRock z, she was bad.
What is your favorite TV show(s)?
I’ve caught myself watching Sponge Bob and whatever else is on Nickelodeon even when my Son isn’t home.
I’ve been extremely blessed since I started racing with lots of support from Family,Crew members, Sponsors and friends. This coming season I am thankful to once again be driving for James Long (JL Motorsports) and Randy Sears (Fusion Racing LLC) My Crew for busting their knuckles and giving their all (Phil Goodwin, Mason Dunn, Nate Matter, John McMasters and Craig Brauer) I really couldn’t ask for better guys. Charlie High (Charlie High Racing Engines) and Bobby Creech (Creech Motorsports) for bringing “LaFawnduh” to life and keeping her going. 97.3 The Eagle and Danny’s Glass for their continued sponsorships. And to Queenie, thanks for being right by my side and all to often letting the “Iron Mistress” come first.