Welcome to Team JEGS, NHRA Drag Racing
Generation 3

Meghan Coughlin
Although she enjoys supporting her family members in their various sporting endeavors, Meghan Coughlin, the oldest daughter of world champion Troy Sr., continues to show incredible aptitude for the business side of JEGS High Performance. Throughout her younger years and even during her business studies at Columbus State University, Meghan was excelling at the family business by working her way through the Accounts Payable, Human Resources... Read More...

Troy Coughlin Jr.
Drag racing is all Troy Coughlin Jr. has wanted to do. That makes sense, of course, given the immersion of the sport by his family. Coughlin, known as T.J. to family and friends, became the first of the third generation of drag racing Coughlins to win a national event in NHRA competition. That happened at the final Las Vegas event in 2009, and T.J. has hardly slowed down since. T.J. won the prestigious U.S. Nationals at Indy in the Super Comp category last year, adding to his growing resume. Read More...

Cody Coughlin
Cody Coughlin continued the championship tradition of his family in 2011 and hopes to build upon it for 2012. Cody, 16, won the Howie Lettow Rookie of the Year award for the JEGS CRA All-Stars Tour and finished sixth in the Late Model series' points standings. He'll return to the JEGS CRA All-Stars Tour in 2012, gunning for the series championship. A third-generation racer following in the footsteps of his grandfather, Jeg. Sr., and his dad, John, Cody is making his name in stock-car racing circles instead of the straight lines of drag racing. Read More...


Jeg Coughlin III
Jeg Coughlin III, or "Jeggie" as he's known to family and friends, has become a fixture at NHRA drag races whenever his school schedule allows him to travel with his five-time drag racing champion father Jeg Coughlin Jr. Jeggie has been on hand for countless winner's circle celebrations with his famous father and has even reveled in a few championship crownings as well. Although he's taken several passes down the drag strip in a Junior Dragster... Read More...

Kennedi Coughlin
Kennedi is comfortable wherever she goes, whether it is cheering on her brother or performing herself. She has a love of ice skating and performs throughout the year. She has been a regular participant in the Breast cancer fund raiser, Skate for Hope. She has performed with the likes of professional skaters, Rockne Brubaker and John Coughlin. Her energy and charisma radiate on the ice and off. She is a joy to all who know her. Read More...

Jack Coughlin
Jack Coughlin, the oldest son of drag racing champion Mike Coughlin, could be the most versatile sportsman of the third generation of Coughlins. Aside from plying the family trade of drag racing in his JEGS.com Junior Dragster, Jack enjoys tackle football, basketball and baseball. His school football team won the 2011 championship in their age bracket and his baseball endeavors include traveling with a group of all-stars each summer. He also enjoys golfing with his cousins Cody and Jeggie. Read More...

Paige Coughlin
Paige Coughlin's love of horsepower is slightly different than her decorated father, uncles and granddad. Rather than following the family into the world of drag racing, Paige prefers showing her award-winning ponies. Together with her younger sister Kelly, Paige competes in the Children's Hunter Jumper Small Pony division in AA-rated shows from Florida to New York. Training five days a week and showing on weekends, Paige already has qualified for the prestigious Pony Finals in Lexington, Ky. Read More...

Kelly Coughlin
Kelly Coughlin enjoys training her horses so much she helped her famous grandfather Jeg Coughlin Sr. design a stable for her championship-level mounts. Kelly and her older sister Paige compete in the Children's Hunter Jumper Small Pony division in AA-rated shows as far away as Florida and New York, and they've already qualified for the esteemed Pony Finals in Lexington, Ky., which take place in the summer. Up next, a chance at the Devon Show, one of the most select gatherings in the country.
Clay Coughlin
Clay Coughlin has been waiting for 2012 for as long as he can remember. That's because the youngest son of drag racing champion Mike Coughlin turns 8 during the year, which in drag racing means he's finally old enough to pilot his own JEGS.com Junior Dragster. Showing a deep understanding and love for drag racing for as long as anyone can remember, the youngest of the racing Coughlin clan could very well be a true firecracker on the racetrack. He's already quite adept at zooming around the family's property on his go-kart and four-wheeler. Read More...
Makenna Brown
Makenna Brown doesn't have to go far to find inspiration to drive her JEGS.com Junior Dragster as fast as it will go. One of Jeg Coughlin Sr. and his wife Sue's many grandchildren, Makenna has grown up around the sport and began racing her JEGS.com Junior Dragster in 2010. Makenna was named National Trail Raceway's Jr Dragster Rookie of the Year in 2010. In 2011 Makenna won the National Trail Raceway JEGS E.T. Series Jr Dragster 2 Track Championship .Read More...
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