Kerry Micks (born January 10, 1961 in Mount Albert, Ontario) is a Canadian race car driver in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. He drives the #02 Beyond Digital Imaging/Dickies Ford Fusion for his own team which he and his wife created in 1990. From 1990 to 2006 he drove in Cascar he is the all time leader in starts with 165 and second in wins with 24 in the series. After the Cascar buyout he began to race in the NCATS. He has had 3 wins Montreal, Trois-Rivières (2007); Mosport Speedway (2008) as well as 2 poles Barrie (2007); Montreal (2008). In 2009 he had little success, but in 2010 things looked promising he lost on the last lap to D.J. Kennington after winning the pole and leading most of the laps in July at Autodrome St-Eustache and had 6 top fives finishing 4th in the final point standings.
Micks once again drove the Dickies Ford in 2011.
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