Stock car racing is undeniably one of the most popular sports in the United States. Sanctioned by NASCAR, it’s home to 17 of the top 20 most attended sports events every year. For the men and women behind the wheels of these cars, the financial rewards are momentous, skyrocketing as attendance and television viewing records are shattered yearly. If you thought NFL, NBA, and MLB players were well compensated for their talents, then you’ve never taken a look at the books of NASCAR’s highest-paid racers!
Jimmie Johnson – $160 Million
If you think Jimmie Johnson has a lot of money now, just wait until his racing career is over! Up to now, the current face of NASCAR has earned $160 million in his career. When he finally pulls over and retires, we imagine Dale Earnhardt Jr. might lose his place on this list.
Johnson isn’t letting his wealth and fame cloud his vision, though. The athlete prefers to stay humble, donating large chunks of his earnings while participating in hundreds of charity events. He even has his own non-profit, the Jimmie Johnson Foundation, which works to raise money for K-12 public schools.
Ken Schrader – $75 Million
Ken Schrader amassed his fortune through sheer will and determination. Schrader never met a stock car he didn’t like, and as a result, raced for several organizations ranging from NASCAR to ARCA. His overall record isn’t great, but we’re guessing he’s okay with that.
If we made $75 million over our career, wins and losses would only be circumstantial, too. It doesn’t hurt that Schrader also invests in the sport he loves and owns several of his own speedways and raceways.
Kevin Harvick – $70 Million
Kevin Harvick is still an active racer, and arguably right up there with Jimmie Johnson in terms of talent.
If you don’t believe it, then consider this, Harvick is the third-winningest driver in Monster Cup Energy Series history. The only reason he hasn’t earned as much money as Johnson is a perceived lack of marketability. Still, it’s hard to deny Harvick has done just fine for himself in his NASCAR career.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. – $70 Million
The elder Earnhardt, who tragically passed away in 2001, is one of the greatest NASCAR drivers of all-time. Tied with Richard Petty for the most Championships (seven), he stands heads and shoulders above his competition.
Financially, however, Earnhardt Sr. comes up short. In a testament to just how NASCAR has grown in the last 20 years, all you have to do is look at Earnhardt Sr.’s earnings and compare them to his son, who we’ll see soon.
Cale Yarborough – $50 Million
Cale Yarborough won 86 races during his illustrious NASCAR career. That number puts him in the sport’s top five wins leaders, and if he was racing today, he would undoubtedly be one of top five earners.
Legend aside, one of the reasons fans will never forget Yarborough is for one fight. In 1979, he got into a fistfight on the race track with Donnie Allison, another NASCAR icon. The unbecoming moment happened at the Daytona 500 at the peak of a feud between the two.
Jeff Gordon – $200 Million
Even if you don’t watch NASCAR, you probably know who Jeff Gordon is. One of the winningest drivers in the history of the sport, Gordon also helped raise the image of stock car racing in the ’90s with his good looks.
Oddly enough, Gordon discovered his love of racing after his father bought him a BMX bike when he was four. Since retiring, the man who is worth $200 million has carved out a second career as an analyst. Working for Fox Sports, Gordon is a staple in the booth during every race.
Mark Martin – $70 Million
The fourth $70 million man on this list, Mark Martin had a NASCAR career that spanned three decades and over 880 races. One of the most storied racers in history, Martin was never the best driver on the track, but his long career ensured him a spot in history.
In 2017, Martin was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Technically, he hasn’t retired yet, but he deserved the honor nonetheless. His last competitive race was in 2013. Off the track, he owns four car dealerships.
Richard Petty – $60 Million
Richard Petty is nicknamed “The King” for a reason. The original NASCAR superstar, Petty was the first driver in history to win seven Cup championships, and holds the record for most career wins. If the sport was bigger when he was in charge, who knows how much money he would have made!
Petty, who is still alive today, is a true icon of racing. Not only did he participate in over 1,100 races before retiring, he also made wearing a cowboy hat cool again!
Dale Earnardt Jr. – $400 Million
One of NASCAR’s most popular drivers of all-time, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is without a doubt the wealthiest. Earning $400 million over his career, the sure-fire Hall of Famer has earned double what the next closest driver on this list has.
From 2003 until 2013, Earnhardt Jr. was voted as the organization’s most popular driver. Nicknamed the “Pied Piper,” he turned his likability into marketability. Not only is he impossible to beat on the track, it’s impossible not to buy whatever sports drink he’s endorsing when he’s off it!
Greg Biffle – $50 Million
Voted 2002’s “Most Popular Driver,” Greg Biffle is also one of the richest. With career earnings of $50 million, Biffle has won championships in multiple NASCAR divisions. Incredibly versatile, the driver of the number 16 Ford Fusion has also made a name for himself off the track.
Now, we know what you’re thinking, but no, Greg Biffle never became a model. Instead, he invested in speedways. Today, he is the part-owner of two of them; Willamette Speedway and Sunset Speedway.
Kasey Kahne – $50 Million
Kasey Kahne began his stock car career at 17 years old in a race at Washington’s Deming Speedway. Since that time, he’s appeared in over 400 races and has recorded double-digit wins, earning a cool $50 million along the way.
In 2004, Kahne was named the Nextel Cup Series Rookie of the Year. Later, once his brand in the sport was established, he started his own team, Kasey Kahne Racing. In October 2018, he announced his retirement. He was just 38 years old at the time but was beginning to experience minor race-related health concerns.
Carl Edwards – $50 Million
Have we plateaued at $50 million? Carl Edwards is next on our list and another member of the half-century club. In 2007, he won the Busch Series Cup championship. Then, four years later, he almost won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.
Edwards is one of the sport’s most popular and marketable drivers. His fans love him for his personality as much as his skill. Whenever he wins a race, Edwards backflips off his car in celebration!
Kyle Busch – $50 Million
Kyle Busch, following the path of many racers before him, started his own racing team in 2010, Kyle Busch Motorsports. The new venture added millions of dollars of value to his already bursting bank account.
Overall, Busch has made around $50 million in his racing career. And what does he do with all that money? He donates millions of dollars to charity and worthy causes. Just because he has millions of dollars doesn’t mean he needs to spend it on himself!
Danica Patrick – $55 Million
NASCAR has a rich history of women proving they can do anything better than men on the track. Danica Patrick, with $55 million in career earnings, is the most successful female NASCAR driver of all time.
Not all of her wealth came from racing, though. Patrick made a second career for herself as a model and spokesperson for godaddy.com, Tissot, Chevrolet, and Coca-Cola. She is also the owner her own wine brand, Somnium, based in St. Helena, California.
Kurt Busch – $50 Million
We guess there’s no sibling rivalry between the Busch brothers! Kurt Busch is the older brother of Kyle and has earned the same amount of money over his career. In 2004, Kurt made a big statement, beating Jimmie Johnson and claiming the NASCAR Championship crown.
Kurt has become notable since that championship for more than just his skill set. He has, what is considered by many other drivers, to be a bad attitude. Throughout his career, the elder Busch has gotten into several public feuds with other NASCAR drivers.
Joey Logano – $24 Million
Joey Logano is nicknamed “Sliced Bread” and races for Team Penske. Why he got the nickname isn’t important. What is important is that he’s making the most of his career, which has seen him win 22 races in ten years.
In 2018, Logano reached the peak of NASCAR, winning the Monster Energy Cup. His ascent isn’t surprising. He was the youngest driver in history to ever win a NASCAR race. He was involved in a rough crash at Talladega Superspeedway in April of 2021 where his car was upside down while he was clipped by Bubba Wallace’s car. He made it out OK and who knows, when he retires, he might be considered the best.
Jeff Burton – $45 Million
During his career, Jeff Burton was known as “The Mayor.” Before retiring, “The Mayor” won 21 series races and earned $45 million. If you recognize his name, you’ll also know he has a famous racing family, which includes his brother Ward and his nephew Jeb.
After retiring, Burton took a job with Fox Sports to became an in race analyst. Like Jeff Gordon from earlier on this list, he quickly became indispensable in his new position and is one of the highlights of tuning into new races.
Michael Waltrip – $35 Million
Although retired, Michael Waltrip still enjoys getting behind the wheel from time to time. During his active career, he won the Daytona 500 twice, stepping out of the shadow of his brother, Darrell.
Once Michael decided his days of full-time racing were over, he jumped into other ventures. Most notably, he became a published author, writing the book In The Blink Of An Eye. Unable to stay away from the track entirely, he also works as a commentator.
Matt Kenseth – $60 Million
Matt Kenseth raced in NASCAR for over two decades. In that time, he was a victory machine and earned around $60 million. All that money, however, came with a price; Kenseth is one of the most controversial drivers in history.
Kenseth’s most controversial moment came when he purposely got into an accident with Joey Logano during a race. For his actions, Kenseth was given the biggest suspension in the history of NASCAR; disqualification from two upcoming races and six months on probation.
Denny Hamlin – $30 Million
Denny Hamlin found his love for racing when he first stepped behind the wheel of a go-kart at seven years old. Since then, the sport has consumed his life. In 1997, at just 15 years old, he won the MKA Manufacturers Cup.
Nine years later he entered NASCAR and was named the 2006 Rookie of the Year. In 2016, he won the Daytona 500, one of the biggest wins of his entire career. Overall, Hamlin has amassed $30 million, a number which will only grow with time and more races.
Martin Truex Jr. – $30 Million
Martin Truex Jr began his NASCAR career in 2004 at the Bass Pro Shops MNBA 500 in Atlanta. His first win came three years later in Dover at the 2007 Autism Speaks 400. In total, he as 19 wins in 482 races (and counting).
Along with those 19 wins, he has 19 pole position starts and 185 top ten finishes. In 2017, he was the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion. He currently races for Joe Gibbs racing.
Paul Menard – $30 Million
Paul Menard has been racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series since 2003. He has participate in over 400 races, with 65 top ten finishes. Oddly enough, for a driver worth as much money as he is, he has only ever won once.
Menard’s only win was at the 2011 Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis. He also races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, where he has added three more wins and 100 more top ten finishes.
Jamie McMurray – $25 Million
You won’t find Jamie McMurray on the track these days. Since retiring in 2019, McMurray moved into the booth. He now works as a race analyst for Fox NASCAR. With seven career wins to his name, McMurray might have had the most decorated career, but he did have a memorable one.
Most fans will never forget the 2010 Daytona 500. He won the league’s opening race that year, and went on to win the Brickyard 400. The feat made him one of three drivers to ever win both races in the same year.
Brad Keselowski – $25 Million
Brad Keselowski has done a lot in his decade in NASCAR. Participating in over 340 races, he has 28 wins to his name to go along with 170 top ten finishes. With that kind of pedigree, it’s not shocking to see him pop up on this list.
Keselowski currently races for Team Penske. On raceday, he gets behind the wheel of the number 2 Mustang. He also own Brad Keselowski Racing, and fields trucks of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
David Ragan – $20 Million
Born in 1985, David Ragan is one of the younger drivers on this list. He currently races for Front Row Motor Sports, where he has made a name for himself in the NASCAR world.
Over the course of his 14-year career, Ragan has 40 top ten finishes and two wins. He first tasted victory at the 2011 Coke Zero 400 and last visited victory lane after the 2013 Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Super Speedway.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – $20 Million
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. competes full tie for Roush Fenway Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Since debuting in 2011, he’s had 32 top ten finishes and two wins. Both of his wins came in 2018, one at Daytona and the other at Talladega.
For Stenhouse Jr., racing has always been his path. He started kart racing at six-years-old and won 47 races before switching to sprint car racing in 2003. He began his minor league stock car career in 2008, and quickly ascended to the sport’s highest tier.
Reed Sorenson – $18 Million
Racing for Spire Motorsports, Reed Sorenson can be seen on racedays behind the wheel of the number 77 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. He also drives the number 27 Camaro ZL1 for Premium Motorsports.
Over the course of his 11 year career, Sorenson has participated in over 200 races. He has 86 top ten finishes to his name, and four wins. His first win came in 2005 at the Pepsi 300. His last win was in 2011 at the Bucyrus 200.
AJ Allmendinger – $18 Million
Anthony James Allmendinger has been racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series since 2007. He has driven in over 370 races in that time and has one trip to Victory Lane to go along with 57 top ten finishes.
No longer a full time racer, Allmendinger also works as an analyst for NBC on NACSAR America. On top of that, NBC uses him on their IMSA Sport Car Coverage. For Allmendinger, life couldn’t better since stepping out from behind the wheel.
Austin Dillon – $12 Million
In 2011, Austin Dillon participated in his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Six years later, got his win. One year later, he won the Daytona 500, notching his second career victory.
Dillon races for Richard Childress Racing, where he drives the number three Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. He is the older brother of Ty Dillon, son of Mike Dillon, and grandson of Richard Childress. That’s quite a pedigree! Good thing for Dillon he has done an incredible job honoring the family’s name.
Trevor Bayne – $10 Million
At just 28-years-old, Trevor Bayne has quickly made a name for himself in the NASCAR world. He won his first race one year into his career, taking the top spot at the 2011 Daytona 500. In 187 total races run, he has 16 top ten finishes.
Bayne currently drives for Roush Fenway Racing. He has been noted throughout his career for his devotion to his faith, which he gives credit for helping him deal with his overnight NASCAR success.
Michael McDowell – $10 Million
Don’t be fooled by his smile, Michael McDowell is a bad man when it comes to raceday. Driving the number 34 Ford Mustang for Front Row Motorsports, McDowell has earned just around $10 million for his career.
A lot of McDowell’s earnings come from how long he has raced in NASCAR. In over ten years, he has driven in 290 races. Sadly, he has never tasted Victory Lane or started in the pole position. He does have seven top ten finishes.
Landon Cassill – $5 Million
Despite making his living in NASCAR for nearly ten years now, Landon Cassill has only made around $5 million. This can be attributed to his lack of achievements. In over 290 races, Cassill has not won a single race and only has one top ten finish.
Still, give Cassill credit for refusing to give up. He currently races for StarCom Racing and continues to be hungry to get to Victory Lane one day. Maybe it will happen this season!
Ryan Blaney – $5 Million
Only 25-years-old, Ryan Blaney has a long career ahead of him in NASCAR. Since entering the league in 2014, he has run in over 130 races and has two wins and 43 top ten finishes to his name.
By the time it’s all said and done, we imagine those numbers will be much higher, and Blaney will be worth much more than $5 million. Until then, we’ll just have to keep watching as the young man infuses the sports with the youth it desperately needed.
Chase Elliott – $2 Million
Still just a baby, Chase Elliott has quickly become one of the most feared NASCAR drivers on the track. He made his debt in 2015, but didn’t catch on fire until 2018, when he won his first race at Watkins Glen.
In five years, Elliott has won three races, started in the pole position four times, and has 60 top ten finishes. In 2016, he was named the Rookie of the Year and is no longer just known as the son of Bill Elliott.
Clint Bowyer – $40 Million
Of course this list wouldn’t be complete without the addition of Clint Bowyer! You didn’t think we forgot about him, did you? Bowyer has been racing since 2005 and has 474 races to his name.
In those races, Bowyer has 197 top ten finishes and ten wins. He races for Stewart-Haas Racing and drives the number 14 Ford Mustang. He has previously raced for HScott Motorsports, Michael Waltrip Racing, and Richard Childress Racing. In 2008, won the Nationwide Series.
Ryan Newman – $50 Million
Ryan Newman is also known as the “Rocket Man” for his exciting style of racing. Driving in NASCAR for almost 20 years, there’s not a lot he has left to accomplish. In 625 races, he has 18 wins and 247 top ten finishes.
Newman’s first NASCAR race came in 2000, and his first win happened two years later at the New Hampshire 300. His last win came in 2017 at the Camping World 500 in Phoenix.
Kyle Larson – $11 Million
Kyle Larson debuted in NASCAR in 2013, and has since racked up $11 million in earnings. He was only 20-years-old when he made his first start and has won five races since then.
Larson’s best year came in 2017, when he won four races and 15 top five finishes. Unfortunately, his earnings since 2015 have not been reported, so that $11 million figure could actually be much higher. Overall, he has 83 career top ten finishes.
Bubba Wallace – Unknown
Bubba Wallace made his NASCAR debut in 2017 at 23-years-old. He has never won a race, but has three top ten finishes. We wish we could tell you his career earnings, but none have been reported so far.
In 2018, Wallace finished in second place at the Daytona 500. It was the highest finish ever for an African American Racer. He was also the first African American racer to the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
Ty Dillon – $1 Million
We’ve already told you about Austin Dillon, so now it’s time to give his brother Ty Dillon a little credit. Debuting in NASCAR in 2014, Ty has just under $1 million in reported earnings so far.
In his short but fruitful career, he has two top ten finishes. At just 27-years-old, we imagine by the time he retires he will have quite a few more, and probably some wins to go along with it. Until then, he’ll just have to be patient and keep taking pointers from his brother.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Takes It Easy In His Chevy Laguna
To be fair, the Chevy Laguna isn’t the only car Dale Earnhardt Jr. comes home to after a race. Outside of NASCAR, he is known for his massively expensive collection of cars. The Laguna just might be his favorite.
The reason Earnhardt Jr. is such a die-hard Laguna man is because they were the same cars used in racing decades ago. Today, they can be found quite cheap on the used market, although we’re pretty sure Earnhardt Jr. souped his up just a bit, increasing its value.
Joey Logano Made His Econoline Van A Work Of Art
Joey Logano put his heart and soul into turning his simple Ford Econoline Van into a work of art. He painted it all, modified it so a camper could be included, and even painted the wheels bright neon green.
At this vehicle’s heart, however, it’s still a Ford Econoline Van. Logano’s is from 1961, making it a first generation Econoline. Today, the van is still going strong in its fifth generation, although it has gone through some major engine and performance upgrades!
Kyle Petty Is Fuel Efficient In His Prius
While the Toyota Prius is a perfectly good car for the everyday driver, it lacks the power and elegance you would think a NASCAR legend would prefer.
Not Kyle Petty. Known as perhaps the greatest NASCAR driver of all-time, he spends his retirement saving money on gas in his Prius. It’s clear that this legend’s days of racing are done with. The only thing he’s racing to now is his bank account statement, to smile at his savings!
A Replica Is Good Enough For Ryan Newman
We guess Ryan Newman is a big fan of Sanford and Sons. Just look at his car! It’s an exact replica of the Ford F-150 that was used in the show, rust and everything.
Thanks to his dedication, Newman owns the cheapest car on this list. Because it’s only a replica, it is currently valued at less than $2,000. That doesn’t stop the compliments from flowing in when fans see him riding this beauty around town, though!
Carl Edwards Is Practical In His Ford Fusion Hybrid
Like Kyle Petty, Carl Edwards must feel like he goes through enough fuel during a race. To help keep balance in the universe, he drives a very efficient Ford Fusion Hybrid on his everyday commute.
Surprisingly, Edwards actually drove with a Fusion for a brief period of time on the track. His most impressive feat with his favorite car didn’t come during a race, though. He made front page news in 2010 when he took his hybrid 1445.7 miles on one gas tank!
Joey Logano Loves His “Rat Rod”
The second appearance by Joey Logano on this list is well earned. A deeper dive into his love of old cars reveals this 1939 GMC pickup. He lovingly called this beater his “Rat Rod.”
While we’re sure he’s done work under the hood to make sure this true value vintage vehicle stays running, he’s done nothing to it aesthetically. All the rust and dents that it has accumulated over the years are still there, adding character to this beast of burden.
Jimmie Johnson’s Chevy Stepside Is Beautiful On The Inside
When asked about his washed out Chevy Stepisde, Jimmie Johnson said, “It looks old, but it’s very comfortable to drive around.” He loves driving the rusted bucket so much he even revealed it’s his go-to commuter car.
On the outside, the truck looks like it’s falling apart. A lot of the paint is peeling away and rusted over. Challenge Johnson to a race, though, and you’ll learn a hard lesson. Under the hood, he’s equipped his favorite car with the engine of a Corvette.
For Clint Bowyer, Old Never Goes Out Of Style
His 1934 Chevy Sedan isn’t Clint Bowyer’s commuter car, but it is one of his favorites. “I drive it every chance I get. It’s a very fun car to drive,” he said. When it comes to Bowyer, what’s old is truly new again.
Unlike other cars on this list, we have no idea what work Bowyer has done under the hood of his sedan. If he’s a true vintage fan, then there’s a good chance this vehicle still has its original parts!
Danica Patrick Didn’t Own A Car When She Was Racing
During Danica Patrick’s career two things were certain. First, she would race with more passion than her male competitors. And second, she didn’t own a car. For her, it was always easiest to drive whatever Ford gave her.
The most notable car she drove was a Ford Expedition. The unremarkable SUV was the perfect vehicle to get her to the race tack. Once there, she never failed to put on a show and was known as one of the NASCAR’s most competitive drivers.
Ryan Newman’s Perfect Family Van
Ryan Newman wasn’t expecting to get a 1960 Chevy Parkwood Wagon when he showed up to auction one day with his kids. The little rascals started playing around in the car, and he knew it was destined to be.
The car turned out to be the perfect family vehicle for Newman and his kids. He regularly takes them to get ice cream in it. It has proven to be way more reliable than it looks, even if it’s not as pretty as his race day Camaro.
Daniel Suarez Loves His Beetle
This isn’t the only car that Daniel Suarez owns that you’re going to see on this list, but is the oldest. It’s also the car that means the most to him. When Suarez made the journey from Mexico to the United States, he was behind the wheel of his Volkswagon Beetle.
As Suarez tells it, the car came close to breaking down several times, but it never quit on him. Since becoming a star in NASCAR, he has fixed up his miracle Beetle, treating it with the same love it showed him all those years ago.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Loves His Camaro
A third-generation race car driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., is known for his car collection. However, there’s a special place in his heart for the 1960s-era Camaros.
His affection for the model can be traced back to his father, who built one of these cars with his own father when growing up. Dale has continued to honor the tradition of having Camaros in the family and likes to speed around in his own 1967 model. Good luck catching him!
Kyle Busch Is A Toyota Loyalist
If you ever see Kyle Busch driving a car not made by Toyota, there is a 100 percent chance it’s not actually him. Busch is a loyalist to the company and especially loves the Camry.
Playing for Joe Gibbs Racing, Busch powers a Camry to victory every weekend. And when he leaves the track to go home at night, he gets into another Camry, his commuter Camry. When he really needs to step up his car game, Busch also owns a Lexus LFA, which is made by Toyota.
Joey Logano Isn’t Winning Fans Over With His Thunderbird
At the start of the century, retro looking cars were all the rage. Ford jumped on the bandwagon and re-introduced the Thunderbird to the world. Joey Logano became a huge fan of the ‘old is new again’ look. Other consumers didn’t.
Another reason Logano loves his Thunderbird is because he proposed to his wife in it, so it must be good luck. This would definitely be the right choice for him to show up at the Daytona 500 in!
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Has Owned His Chevy S10 Since 1988
Another car that isn’t pretty to look at but holds a ton of sentimental value is Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Chevy S10. He bought the truck in 1988 because it was the same truck his family had when he was young.
Since buying the beater, Earnhardt Jr. has had it fully restored to be as close to his childhood truck as possible. We imagine he has upgraded a few parts, though, like the engine and other performance important things.
Jimmie Johnson Saves On Gas In His Chevy Volt
Don’t talk bad about the Chevy Volt in front of Jimmie Johnson. He owns one of these electric cars and loves them, “It’s a great car to drive and uses a better alternative of power source.”
Johnson’s love for Chevy goes beyond the Volt. He drives a Chevy during races and has become one of the sports winningest drivers. The car company has treated Johnson incredibly well, so why wouldn’t return the favor with amazing brand loyalty?
Daniel Suarez Gets Around Town In A Camry
When he needs to run errands or head to the track on race day, Daniel Suarez doesn’t hop into his Beetle. He gets behind the wheel of his Toyota Camry and takes off for the “office.”
The Camry is one of the most reliable cars on the road and nothing like the car Suarez drives on race day. On that day, he gets into his Ford Mustang and stars revving the engine getting ready to win it all for Stewart-Haas Racing.
Bubba Wallace Goes Everywhere With His Ford F-150
It makes sense that Bubba Wallace would drive a truck when he’s not zipping around the track in his team sponsored Chevy. Before joining the elite ranks of NASCAR, he drove in the Xfinity Truck Series.
In his spare time, he still drives a Ford F-150, and he can take it anywhere. It might not be as fast as the one he raced in, but it’s just as reliable and durable. Since getting behind the wheel of a Chevy, though, we can’t help but wonder if a Silverado might be in his future.
Chase Elliot Is A Silverado Man
After making history by becoming the first rookie to win a National Series Championship, Chase Elliot didn’t splurge on a luxury vehicle. Instead, he bought a 2015 Chevy Silverado and hasn’t looked back.
Elliot’s Silverado might not be fancy, but is reliable. It’s also perfect for any adventure Elliot decides might want to get into. Maybe one day, Bubba Wallace will ask Elliot what he thinks about his Silverado when he starts thinking about buying one of his own.