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Gug Keegan. Keegan began his racing career in 1954 with a 1934 Ford. Keegan dominated the racing scene at Fremont and other area tracks in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He racked up 62 career wins at Fremont and is second on the all-time win list. He was the 1954 strickly stock champion at Fremont and the 1955 sportsman division champion. Keegan won the 1967, 1974 and 1975 track titles in the super modifieds/sprints. Perhaps what makes his accomplishments even more special is that Keegan built all of his own race cars.