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  • There aren't many individuals who are true legends of drag racing, but Jeg Coughlin Sr. certainly has earned a place among the sport's immortals.
     
    Coughlin is the patriarch of one of drag racing's leading families, the founder of one of the largest and most successful mail order speed equipment businesses in the world and a long-time supporter of the sport on its many levels.
     
    Starting from humble roots, Coughlin began his involvement in the sport during his high school days in Ohio. His first race car was a 1936 Ford five-window couple that... Read more
  • John Coughlin used to call the world of the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) home. Coughlin made this his passion for over two decades, day-in, and day-out. Fast forward to the present, Coughlin is a strong believer that home is where your family is.

    He couldn’t be happier that he’s shifted gears in life, focusing on his role as father and the constant supporter of his wife, Dianna, and children, Cody and Kennedi.

    During his storied career, John won national event titles in three classes; Super Stock, Super Gas, and Pro Stock Truck. He also earned four North Central... Read more

  • Troy Coughlin Sr. won the NHRA E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod Series championship three times in the last seven years, including the 2017 title. The veteran driver then decided to retire from professional drag racing.
     
    It didn't take.
     
    Just a few months into his retirement, Coughlin decided to un-retire. That's how much the Columbus, Ohio native loves drag racing and spending time with his family at the race track.
     
    Family has always been important for the Coughlins, one of the first families of drag racing. Patriarch Jeg... Read more
  • Champion drag racer, successful businessman, devoted husband, loving father.

    That's Mike Coughlin, one of four sons of the legendary Jeg Coughlin Sr. –founder of JEGS High Performance and patriarch of the Coughlin racing family.

    Mike, who co-owns and operates JEGS with his three brothers, happily followed his famous father into the world of drag racing and has built a stellar racing resume along the way.

    Coughlin won the Division 3 Top Sportsman championship in 2007 and 2009 and finished second in the title race in 2011 and 2012. In 2017, he finished third in the... Read more

  • After more than three decades as one of NHRA’s most successful pros, drag racing superstar Jeg Coughlin Jr. is showing no signs of slowing down.
     
    Coughlin's Hall of Fame credentials are already achieved, from his six NHRA championships to his 81 victories – 62 of which came as a pro, ranking him fourth all-time in the Pro Stock category.
     
    But as he turns 49 in 2019, his competitive nature burns as brightly as ever. Coughlin is pursuing his seventh NHRA title and his sixth in the ultra-competitive Pro Stock category. He’ll again drive the... Read more
  • Meghan Coughlin, the daughter of three-time NHRA Pro Mod champ Troy Coughlin and his wife Julie, has a unique distinction among the famed Coughlin family.
     
    Meghan is one of several in the third-generation of the racing family in Ohio, and she delivered the first of the fourth generation in 2017 when her son Brodix was born. That made the legendary Jeg Coughlin Sr., the founder of JEGS High Performance, a great-grandfather for the first time.
     
    In addition to... Read more
  • Troy Coughlin Jr. has already proven to be a force in the world of drag racing – and he's still in his 20s.
     
    The first of the third generation of the famed Coughlin family to taste success in drag racing, Troy Jr. has greatly added to the family legacy with championships and victories.
     
    Troy Jr. is the son of three-time NHRA Pro Mod champion Troy Coughlin Sr. and the grandson of the legendary Jeg Coughlin Sr. – founder of JEGS High Performance. He chose the path followed by his grandfather, his father and his three uncles, racing through the... Read more
  • Driven. A word with multiple layers, and multiple meanings. At 22-years old, third generation racer Cody Coughlin is the word driven personified in every endeavor he undertakes. From the passion of competing at the highest levels of NASCAR, to the exuberance of his efforts in charitable causes, Coughlin demonstrates the driven personality of a seasoned racing veteran.

    Coughlin will run for a second full-time season in 2018 through a partnership with GMS Racing for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) championship, the stepping stone division to the Monster Energy... Read more

  • Jeg Coughlin III made a name for himself as a golfer, winning a state championship in high school and earning a golf scholarship to Ohio State University.
     
    The son of legendary NHRA driver Jeg Coughlin Jr., Jeg III, or "Jeggie" as he is known, is now transitioning to an important part of the family business, JEGS High Performance.
     
    Coughlin III will soon complete his Family Resource Management degree at Ohio State University. As he completes his studies, he has... Read more
  • Paige Coughlin will continue her education in the classroom and behind the wheel of her JEGS.com Super Comp dragster in 2019.
     
    The daughter of three-time NHRA Pro Mod champ Troy Coughlin, Paige is finishing her freshman year at Miami University of Ohio in Oxford, Ohio, and when her schedule permits, she'll race in the Sportsman ranks in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. 
     
    The third-generation racer moved from a Junior Dragster into the NHRA Sportsman classes in the... Read more
  • Kennedi Coughlin, the youngest child of John and Di Coughlin, has accomplished quite a lot, so far.

    Coughlin is an experienced second-generation cheerleader, following in the footsteps of her mother. As a high school varsity cheerleader, she has an unparalleled passion for the sport and her highly competitive nature motivates her to continuously improve herself.

    The 16-year-old is a consummate performer, as cheerleading is not her only avenue to perform; she is actively engaged in the school’s performing arts program. As well, Coughlin is... Read more

  • Jack Coughlin is the oldest son of multi-time drag racing champion Mike Coughlin. Jack is a winner in drag racing himself, first earning a victory in a JEGS.com Junior Dragster in 2012.
     
    Jack continues to support his younger brother Clay, who is racing in Junior Dragster this season with their dad's help. Jack, though, has excelled in other sports: baseball, basketball and football, and recently has taken up another favorite sport among the Coughlin family, golf. 
     
  • Kelly Coughlin is the youngest daughter of three-time Pro Mod champion Troy Coughlin and his wife Julie. Kelly loves horsepower just as much as anyone in the famed Coughlin family – but it's a different kind of horsepower.
     
    Kelly, who is slated to graduate from high school in 2019, has been drawn to show horses. Her and older sister Paige have shown horses across the country, and Kelly hopes to continue with that discipline.
     
    Showing horses is as steeped in... Read more
  • Clay Coughlin has plenty of mentors as he continues to learn the intricacies of drag racing.
     
    First, there's his dad, multi-time drag racing champion Mike Coughlin. Then his grandfather, JEGS High Performance founder and Hall of Famer Jeg Coughlin Sr. And his uncles, NHRA stars John Coughlin, Troy Coughlin Sr. and Jeg Coughlin Jr. Not to forget his many cousins, including multi-time NHRA winner and champion Troy Coughlin Jr.
     
  • Makenna Brown already has made a name for herself in the sport of drag racing. She's now trying to do the same in another sport close to the Coughlin family's heart: golf.
     
    Makenna, one of JEGS High Performance founder Jeg Coughlin Sr. and his wife Sue’s many grandchildren, will play collegiate golf at Florida Atlantic University in the fall after she graduates from Olentangy Liberty High School.
     
    While competing on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour last season. Makenna finished in the top 10 in all six tournaments in which she... Read more