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Chase Miller Birthday Highlights

Birth Name
Chase Miller
Place Of Birth
Canton, USA
36 years old
Birth Date
January 28 1987

Chase Miller Facts

Child Star?
Race Car Driver
Education & Qualifications
Mitchell Community College
Net Worth

About Chase Miller 

Chase Miller is an American stock car racing driver.

He is popular for completing the NASCAR Nationwide Series Race, today called the Xfinity series in 2013. The race car driver had his first NASCAR Nationwide Series race at the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway in 2007.

Today he is a mechanic at the American stock car racing team- Front Row Motorsport Mechanic.

Chase Miller Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Chase Miller’s net worth?

Chase Miller's net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million. His net worth is primarily derived from his career as a car racing driver.

How much does Chase Miller earn per year?

Chase Miller's annual net worth is not known.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Chase Miller?

Chase Miller's height is unknown.

How old is Chase Miller?

Chase Miller is an Aquarius born on January 28, 1987 in Canton, Georgia, United States. He turned 35 year old in 2002.

Childhood And Education

Chase Miller was born on January 28, 1987, in Canton, Georgia, United States. The race car driver studied in Sequoyah High School and Mitchell Community College. Not a lot of information is available about his family life.

Family, Romance And Relationships

Who is Chase Miller’s partner?

Chase Miller is currently single.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Aged 18, he joined Dodge's driver development program. His debut performance was at Nashville during the Bobby Jones Racing with the car numbered 88. He ran top five. At Gateway, he failed the tournament due to transmission trouble. In 2006, he drove for the Cunningham Motorsports team in their car numbered 4 in six ARCA races. After Nashville, Chase Miller won at Pocono and set the record as the youngest driver to ever win an ARCA race at Pocono to that point. In the second annual ARCA Pocono, he finished fifth place. He qualified on the pole at Gateway. He competed in the Craftsman Truck Series with the Dodge Development Team. Chase Miller joined up with Bobby Hamilton Racing to drive their no.4 truck as a part of the Dodge driver development program. In 2007, he scored the ride for the full season. At Martinsville Speedway, he scored a Top ten.

He was hired by Ray Evernham to drive a part-time schedule in the Busch Series team's No. 9 car. Chase Miller scored a second-place, qualifying effort at Kentucky Speedway and the best finish of fifteen at Gateway. In 2008, he ran twelve races in the car with sponsorship from Unilever and Verizon Wireless. He had two top-ten finishes and finished 38 points in a part-time schedule.

Chase Miller spent the first few months of the 2009 season without a ride. He drove most of the second half of the season, driving No. 91 MSRP Motorsports Chevrolet and the JTG Daugherty Racing No. 47 Toyota. He also drove a few races for Specialty Racing in No. 61 and MacDonald Motorsports in No. 82.

In 2010, the race car driver filled in for David Gilliland- #91 Toyota for standalone races. After running one race for Fleur-de-lis Motorsports in their No. 68, Chase Miller found the ride, No. 46 for Key Motorsports. In 2012, Miller drove for The Motorsports Group in the No. 46.

2013 was the last year he was a driver. After his NASCAR career ended, Chase Miller remained employed at TriStar as a car chief for their No. 14 car of Eric McClure and Cale Conley and later a mechanic and crew chief for the team. In May 2015, the race car driver became TriStar's shop foreman. He later joined Front Row Motorsports, where he currently works as a wiring mechanic.

Chase Miller Hobbies And Interests

Chase Miller loves driving cars and testing out new sportscars

Other Interesting Chase Miller Facts And Trivia

  • His zodiac sign is Aquarius.
  • Chase Miller began his NASCAR career in 2006 aged 19.

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