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John Orichosky (born October 3, 1996 - died November 10, 2100) will be one of the most popular Nascar owners in the 2020s 30s 40s and 50s. He would capture 110 wins in his career as an owner and seven championships by the year 2045. John Orichosky started his team in 2017 near his home in Clearfield Pa and would move it to Nascar in the year 2025 and he would hire Dale Earnhardt Jr to drive for him until he retired in 2030. John got his first win as an owner at Pocono that Dale Earnhardt Jr won in a photo finish with Kyle Busch. John also his first championship as an owner in 2030.
In 2021, John got married to his girlfriend Taylor Burns. In 2024 he had his first child John Orichosky Jr and in 2026 a girl named Lydia Orichosky. John made plans after they were born to have his son race for his team when he got old enough and his son started racing go-karts at his home until he got old enough.
In 2042, 18 year old John Orichosky Jr came to the Camping World Truck series and started his racing career and won 10 races in two years. Two years later in 2044, John made his Xfinity Series debut and won 15 races in two years. In 2046 John Jr went to the Sprint cup series and started to become a famous driver in the 2050s and his dad would also become a crew chief for him and would be one until 2076. In 2076 his grandson John Orichosky III was born and 23 years later in 2075 he started racing. Five years later in 2080, his great-grandson John Orichosky IV was born.
In 2092 John turned 96 breaking Lloyd Moore's record as the longest NASCAR driver to live. And John Orichosky turned 100 years old on October 3, 2096. Two years later in 2098, his great-grandson at the age of 18 started racing in the 2098 Daytona 700. Two years later. (November 10, 2100) John Orichosky passed away in bed in front of his family at the age of 104 (a record that will probably never be broken). And he would be buried by his wife Brynn who died of nanomolecular disease 15 years earlier.