Jordie Fike


Name Birth Date: May 2, 1987
Year Started Driving: 2007
Hometown: High River, AB
WPCA Sudden Death Championship
Final Heat Qualifications
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World Professional Standings
2017 - 22nd
2016 - 29th
2015 - 16th
2014 - 10th
2013 - 22nd
2012 - 11th
2011 - 26th
2010 - 20th
2008 - CPCA MEMBER – Rookie Season 

Major Awards And Victories

  • 2010: WPCA Top Rookie Driver


Personal Information
A fourth generation driver from one of chuckwagon racing's long standing racing families, Jordie finished the 2016 season strong in the final two events of the year placing eighth overall at the Battle of the North in Dawson Creek and splitting fourth and fifth at the season finale at the Battle of the Rockies in Rocky Mountain House. He posted 6 top ten runs, with 4 of those runs placing inside the top five. Jordie was the WPCA Top Rookie Driver in 2010 and became just the fourth driver in WPCA history to qualify for the Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby in his rookie year. He drove the demonstration race at the Calgary Stampede’s Centennial Celebration of 2012 and his career best finish on the WPCA Pro Tour was a runner-up finish at the 2012 Strathmore Heritage Days Stampede. He won his first WPCA day money as a rookie on night 2 of the 2010 Battle of the North which put him into first place overall at the midpoint of the show. Jordie spent his first two years as a driver on the CPCA circuit where he won the Saskatoon Exhibition Derby, was the CPCA’s Most Improved Driver in 2009, and received the CPCA’s Most Sportsmanlike Driver award in 2008. Jordie is a 4th generation wagon man whose great-grandfather Wilbur David started the family tradition in the late 1950’s and his grandfather is chuckwagon legend Ron David. Jordie is the older brother to 2012 World Champion Outrider Chad Fike, and played 2 full seasons with the Portland Winter Hawks of the Western Hockey League. Jordie and his wife Tamara have a new baby daughter - Teal Breecie - and make their home in High River, Alberta.


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