Adam Stevens: 2021 Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Adam Stevens is a NASCAR Cup Series team boss for Christopher Bell with Joe Gibbs Racing
Stevens hustled at Skyline Speedway in Stewart, Ohio, and other dirt tracks with his father Greg Stevens in his home state all through secondary school.
Stevens went to Ohio University to acquire his four-year college education in mechanical engineering in 2002. In the wake of acknowledging during his school years that a driving profession wasn't for him, Stevens traveled south throughout the late spring break from school to the core of the NASCAR business, Charlotte, North Carolina.
There, he went to race shops and distributed his resumes with the desire for getting an occupation with a NASCAR crew upon graduation.
Adam Stevens: Career
He found his first employment in NASCAR with Petty Enterprises as a designer in 2002. In 2005, Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) was going through development from a two-vehicle group with the Nos. 18 and 20 vehicles to a third car with the No. 11 vehicle with Jason Leffler.
It was searching for race engineers, where he arrived with the No. 20 vehicle driven by previous JGR driver Tony Stewart and group boss Greg Zipadelli. In the wake of filling in as race engineer with Zipadelli and Stewart from 2005 to 2008 – a spell that included 18 victories and a Cup title in 2005, Stewart left the group after the 2008 season when he became the owner of the Stewart-Haas Racing.
This allowed Stevens the chance to work with Joey Logano as his group engineer, with Zipadelli staying as team boss for the 2009 and 2010 seasons.
Stevens was named group boss in January 2011 for JGR's new No. 20 Xfinity group, for which Logano was the driver. The pair won nine races in 2012.
In 2013, JGR chose to match Stevens with Busch. Busch is the untouched pioneer in Xfinity Series wins. It delivered profits immediately as the pair won 19 races, 46 top-five completions, and 47 top-10s in 52 Xfinity outing together in 2013 and 2014.
In 2015, Stevens was combined with Kyle Busch in the Cup Series and won the title in their first attempt. He turned into the 1st team boss since Jeff Hammond in 1982 to win the title in his rookie season.
It was reported toward the finish of the 2020 season that Stevens and Busch would no longer be paired with one another and that Stevens would team boss the No. 20 vehicle, driven by Christopher Bell.
Adam Stevens: 2021 Net Worth
The net worth of Adam Stevens is under review.
Adam Stevens: Family
Adam Stevens resides in the Charlotte area with his wife Aubrey and his sons Carter and Ryan.
|Residence||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Team||Joe Gibbs Racing|
|Birthday||July 22, 1978|