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Casey Mears is a famous American race car driver.
Casey Mears is a popular professional stock car race driver. Casey competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and drives the number 13 Chevrolet SS for Germain racing at the moment.
Casey started driving sprint cars in the mid-'90s after which he drove go-karts for a while. Casey has finished in the top ten up to 51 times. The famous NASCAR world driver came first once in his career at the 2006 USG Durock 300 in Chicago, United States. He made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut at the 2001 GNC Live Well 300 in Homestead.
Casey is estimated to be worth $25 million.
Casey Mears's earnings per year are not known.
Casey Mears is 5 ft 7 in (172 cm) tall.
Casey is 44 years old as of 2022.
Casey Mears was born Casey James Mears on on March 12, 1978 in Bakersfield, California. His father Roger Mears is an off-road veteran. His mother name is Carol Mears and his sibling is Roger Mears Jr. Casey is the famous and retired race car driver Rick Mears' nephew. His uncle Mick is a four-time Indianapolis 500 winner.
Casey Mears got married to Trisha Grablander in 2010. The duo has two kids named Samantha and Hayden.
Casey Mears made his NASCAR debut in 2001 while in the Busch Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Casey driving for Cicci-Welliver Racing in the number 66 car in this series. Casey finished the race in the 28th position. Despite being sold to Wayne Jesel, Mears drove for the team for the rest of the season. He is also the former winner of the Coca-Cola 600 race.
In 2003, Casey competed in the Chip Ganassi Racing's Nextel Cup, and drove the Dodge car sponsored by Target Corporation with the number 41. During his rookie season, Casey finished the race in the 35th position after not finishing in the top 10 in any race.
In the year 2004, Casey drove the number 41 Cup car for two more seasons, winning two pole positions in 2004.
At the start of 2006, Casey Mears together with his teammates Scott Dixon and Dan Wheldon at Chip Ganassi Racing won the Daytona 24-hour racing. At the end of the race, the team set a world record for the quickest race in the Daytona prototype class having run 723 driven laps. Casey was the first full-time NASCAR race driver ever to win in the history of the game. In the 2001 GNC Live Well 300 in Homestead, he made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut.
It was announced in 2006 that Casey Mears would leave the Chip Ganassi Racing team for Hendrick motorsports, starting the 2007 season with his new team to replace Brain Vickers. One month later, Mears won his first race in the Busch Series took place at Chicagoland Speedway, marking his debut in the series.
He finished second to the race car driver Jimmie Johnson in the 2006 Daytona 500 competition.
Casey Mears came first in the 2006 Durock 300 in Chicago. He had finished among the top 10 positions in 51 races.
Casey's hobbies are snowboarding and wakeboarding. He still loves to drive and owns a 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 car.
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