Knoxville Feature Wins (360): 6
Things really came together for Joe in 2014. He would double his career win total, now six, and take home his first ever track championship. 2015 will be Joe’s 17th in the Beaver Motorsports #53, a team formed by father John who was voted into the Knoxville Raceway Hall of Fame posthumously in 2010. John was awarded as the 360 “Owner of the Year” in 2002, and Joe and his wife, Joanne repeated that honor in 2012. In 2013, they were named “Team of the Year” in the 360 class.
Joe’s greatest win to date at Knoxville, has to be his first on June 8, 2002. The win was made more special, because his brother-in-law, Travis Cram, also achieved his first Knoxville win that night in the 410 class.
Three times, including the last two seasons, Joe was voted by young fans as the 360 “Junior Fan Club Driver of the Year”, and in both 2003 and 2008 he was awarded the 360 “Lyle Boyd Hard Charger Award” for passing the most cars in feature events.
360 point standing by year:
2015 - 3rd, 2014 - 1st, 2013 - 2nd, 2012 - 5th, 2011 - 11th, 2009 - 17th, 2008 – 7th, 2007 – 9th, 2006 – 7th, 2005 – 9th, 2004 – 7th, 2003 – 7th, 2002 – 8th, 2001 – 19th, 2000 – 21st, 1999 – 23rd
Joanne Cram, Phil Sage, Brandon Hoch
Beaver Motorsports Fundraiser Attendees, Searsboro Telephone Company, Knoxville, IA, Renes Greenhouse, Johnston, IA, AW Graphics Design and Jack of All Trades, Maui, HI, Area 41, Rising City, NE, Studio 92 Photography, Knoxville, IA, Town Crier, Pella, IA, Hube's Garage, Knoxville, IA, Versatile Telecom, Mitchell, SD, Carpet Services by Steve Watson, Knoxville, IA, Ramaeker Screenprinting, Knoxville, IA, Bradham Auto, Alexandria, VA, Fishburn Academy, Virginia, Lazer Car Wash, Knoxville, IA, Mas