Casey Mears Net Worth

Casey Mears Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Casey Mears net worth is
$25 Million

Casey Mears Wiki Biography

Casey Mears was born on the 12th March 1978, in Bakersfield, California, USA and is a race car driver, best known for participating in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series’. He is the son of former racer Roger Mears and nephew of Rick Mears, who is a four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. At the beginning of 2006, Mears scored his most important victory at Daytona’s 24-hour race together with Scott Dixon and Dan Wheldon for Chip Ganassi Racing. They achieved the record for the fastest race in the class of the Daytona prototypes with 723 driven laps. Mears is the first full-time NASCAR driver to win this race.

How much is the net worth of Casey Mears? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $25 million, as of the data presented in early 2017. Car racing is the main source of Mears fortune.

Casey Mears Net Worth $25 Million

Mears celebrated his NASCAR debut in the Busch Grand National Series in 2001, on the Homestead Miami Speedway in the car with the number 66 for Cicci-Welliver Racing. From 21st place on the grid he finished the race in 28th position. After selling the team to Wayne Jesel, Mears drove the entire next season for the team, and with two results in the top 10, he finished 21st in the championship. Starting from 2003, he drove the Dodge with the number 41 for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Nextel Cup; he ended his rookie season in the 35th position. In 2004, he scored two pole positions; during the 2005 season, Mears changed the car with the starting number 42 of Chip Ganassi thus replacing Jamie McMurray, but in the middle of 2006, it was announced that Mears would leave Chip Ganassi Racing at the end of the season and switch to Hendrick Motorsports for 2007 replacing Brian Vickers. About a month later, he won his first race in the Busch Series on the Chicagoland Speedway.

Since 2007, Mears has driven for Hendrick Motorsports, scoring his first victory in the Nextel Cup that year on Lowe’s Motor Speedway. His first pole position for Hendrick Motorsports he took on the 13th July 2007 on the Chicagoland Speedway – at the end of the season, he finished 15th in the championship. The 2008 season was not very successful for Mears; after two top five results in the first five races, he showed only one result among the top 20 in the following races. In the middle of 2008, it was officially announced that the car with the starting number 5 will no longer be driven by Mears for the 2009 season, so Mears subsequently piloted a Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing, but the season was not much better than the previous year, ending with Mears only ranked 21th overall.

Mears began the 2010 season driving for Keyed-Up Motorsports, but with this team he only managed to qualify once for a race. From 2011 to 2013, he raced for Germain Racing, then in 2014, the above mentioned team partnered with Richard Childress Racing and Casey finished the season in 26th position. He stayed in the same team for the following two years without major changes in his career. At the beginning of 2017, it was announced that he would drive a Ford Mustang for the team of Biagi DenBeste Racing.

Finally, in the personal life of Casey Mears, he has been married to Trisha Grablander since 2010.

Full NameCasey Mears
Net Worth$25 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 12, 1978
Place Of BirthBakersfield, California, U.S.
Height5' 8" (1.73 m)
ProfessionProfessional stock car racing driver, NASCAR driver, NASCAR analyst for Fox Sports 1
SpouseTrisha Grablander (m. 2010)
ChildrenSamantha Mears, Hayden Mears
ParentsRoger Mears, Carol Mears
SiblingsRoger Mears Jr.
Awards2007 Coca-Cola 600 (2007), 24 Hours of Daytona overall (co-winner, 2006), pole for the Irwin Tools Night Race (2012, August), Grand Prix of Houston (2000, October), Jim Russell USAC Triple Crown Championship (Third place, 1994)
NominationsNo. 2 Gentleman Jack Pontiac-Crawford (2009), 2016 position-28th, Race record for the Daytona Prototype category (2006), Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway (2013), 2006 Daytona 500, NASCAR Xfinity Series career - 104 races run over 10 years, SuperLites Off-Road Series (Top three finishe...
MoviesFull Throttle: Adrenaline: Vol. 2 (2008), Pepsi Max 400 (TV Movie, 2010), Pepsi 500 (2009), 2008 NASCAR Pennsylvania 500 (2008), Cribs (TV Series, 2005), NASCAR Drivers: 360 (TV Series documentary, 2004)
TV ShowsNASCAR on Fox (TV Series, 2003-2017), NBC NASCAR (TV Series, 2001-2017), NASCAR on TNT (TV Series, 2002-2014)
1Racing in the Nascar Nextel Cup Series. [2004]
2First child, a daughter named Samantha Mae Mears, was born on October 7, 2008. She weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. Mother is girlfriend, Trish Grablander.
3Casey's personal vehicle is a 2002 Dodge Ram 1500.
4Casey's hobbies include wakeboarding and snowboarding.
5Nephew of legendary racecar driver Rick Mears.


NASCAR on Fox2006-2016TV SeriesHimself
NASCAR on TNT2002-2014TV SeriesHimself
Pepsi Max 4002010TV MovieHimself
Pepsi 5002009TV MovieHimself
Pepsi 5002008TV MovieHimself
2008 NASCAR Pennsylvania 5002008TV MovieHimself - Driver: #5 Cheez-It-Carquest Chevrolet
2008 NASCAR Subway 5002008TV MovieHimself - Driver: #5 Carquest-Kellogg's Chevrolet
Nextel Cup UAW-Ford 5002007TV MovieHimself - Driver: #25 GMAC Chevrolet
Sharp Aquos 5002007TV MovieHimself
2007 Pennsylvania 5002007TV MovieHimself - Driver: #25 National Guard Chevrolet
NASCAR Nextel Cup Allstate 4002007TV MovieHimself - Driver: #25 National Guard Chevrolet
Sony HD 5002006TV MovieHimself
2006 Aaron's 4992006TV MovieHimself
Sony HD 5002005TV MovieHimself
Cribs2005TV SeriesHimself
Bass Pro Shops MBNA 5002004TV MovieHimself - Driver: #41 Target Dodge
Pop Secret 5002004TV MovieHimself
Days of Our Lives2004TV SeriesHimself
NASCAR Drivers: 3602004TV Series documentaryHimself

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