Jeremy Mayfield Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jeremy Mayfield net worth: Produced on May 27th 1969, in Owensboro Kentucky, Jeremy Mayfield first began racing go karts at local short tracks and then moved to Nashville Speedway USA in the age of 19. In 1987, he became a driver for Sadler Bros. In 1993, he joined the ARCA series, and was named Rookie of the Year. 1998 found the culmination of Mayfield’s career with Penske-Kranefuss Racing. Mayfield had not been able to duplicate his success in 1999, as well as in 2000, he just won four posts and two races. His performance continued to fall off in 2001, when he’d two back-to-back third-place finishes. In 2002, he signed to Evernham Motorsports and that season he’d only four top-tens and finished 26th in points. He performed better in 2003, winning the post in the Aaron’s 499 and posting 12 top-tens, so ending 19th in points. While in 2004, he made the inaugural “Chase for the Nextel Cup” in the final qualifying race having a victory at Richmond. The next year, Mayfield made the “Pursuit” again, finishing 9th in the ultimate standings. 2006 marked his release by Evernham Motorsports, but few weeks after he was declared as the driver of the No. 36 OTC Toyota for Bill Davis Racing, beginning in 2007. Mayfield last competed in 2009 for his own team, Mayfield Motorsports. Subsequently he was suspended forever as both owner and driver by NASCAR, as a result of his positive test for methamphetamine.
May 27, 1969
Owensboro, Kentucky, U.S.
6' (1.83 m)
Race car driver
Shana Sessions Mayfield (m. 2003)
NASCAR Rookie of the Year, Auto Racing Club Rookie of the Year, Kentucky Motor Speedway Rookie of the Year (1987)
1993 ARCA Rookie of the Year, 1987 Kentucky Motor Speedway Rookie of the Year, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career- best finish 7th (1998), 433 races run over 17 years