An American professional stock car racing driver, Hailie Deegan competes full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. At present, she drives for Ford Racing Development too. As of 2021, the adolescent racer has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Hailie grew up racing off-road and on dirt and later transitioned to competing on asphalt in 2016 to pursue a career in stock car racing. In 2018, she began her career in NASCAR subsequently becoming the first woman to win a K&N NASCAR Pro Series race.
|Birthday||July 18, 2001|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
|Parents||Brian, Marissa Deegan|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Education||Rancho Christian High School|
10 Facts on Hailie Deegan
- American car race driver, Hailie Deegan is the daughter of a motocross rider, off-road racer, and former X Games athlete, Brian Deegan.
- A native of California, Hailie Deegan was born on July 18, 2001, which means that she is 19 years old at present. According to her birth month, she belongs to the zodiac sign, Cancer.
- Speaking of her physical appearance, Hailie Deegan is blessed with a height of 5 feet 6 inches approximately. The blonde beauty has maintained a slender physique.
- Moving on to her dating history, Hailie is currently single. The adolescent racer apparently hasn’t had a boyfriend even in the past.
- Due to her popularity as a professional racer, Hailie has attracted tremendous followings on her socials. Speaking of her Instagram, she has acquired 930k followers. Each of her posts receives thousands of hits from users.
- Her biography is featured on Wikipedia. According to which, in 2020, she had expressed her desire in meeting former President, Donald Trump via a Tweet.
- Hailie grew up alongside her siblings; Haiden and Hudson. She attended Rancho Christian High School in Temecula, California.
- The prominent racer, Hailie had started riding dirt bikes at 7. By the age of 8, she had begun racing. She eventually competed in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in 2013.
- She made her NASCAR debut in 2016. The following year, she was named the only girl to be nine-memberNASCAR Next Program.
- Over the years, Hailie has had a couple of controversies. One of which was back in September 2020 when her comments surfaced from an audio podcast where she called the COVID 19 pandemic a “hoax”.