Johnny Greaves

By: Leif Greaves

"22"

Soda standes for Short Course Off-road Drivers Association.

Beginning at the age of 12 in motocross, Johnny Greaves has won races and championships in every level of competition.With all his time put in to racing, johnny finished the season in the winner’s circle at the final two events of the SODA season.
From 1994 to 1996, Greaves won two championships and more than 70 percent of the races he entered. He developed a two-truck Toyota team with his closest rival, Jeff Kincaid, in 1997. At 23, he switched to four wheels and soon earned success while buggy racing in SCORE off-road desert and SODA short-course off-road series (the precursor to Championship Off Road Racing - CORR).


That same year, Greaves took his first steps in compact trucks by racing select events in Class 7s. In 1993, he began racing trucks exclusively and debuted a Toyota SR-5. Greaves/Kincaid Motorsports won 19 out of 20 races while capturing the championship (Greaves) and a second-place finish (Kincaid) in both the SODA Series and CORR Winter Series.In 2000, Greaves made the move to full-size trucks with a two-wheel-drive Pro-2 Class Toyota Tundra. Season highlights included a win at the finale in Topeka, KS, and the top Pro-2 truck in the Borg-Warner Cup at Crandon.(third overall with the Pro-4s)

Born March 21 1966 still alive


Over 70 Off-Road Racing Career Wins 6 in 2008 11 in 2007 4 in 2006 4 in 2005 1 in 2004 1 in 2003 1 in 2002 1 in 1999 2 in 1998 1 in 1997 1 in 1996 1 in 1995 1 in 1994