Chris Buescher

HAMPTON, GA - FEBRUARY 23: Chris Buescher, driver of the #37 Scott Comfort Plus Chevrolet, stands in the garage area during practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on February 23, 2019 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Chris Buescher: 2021 Net Worth, Salary, and Endorsement

Chris Buescher is an American expert stock vehicle racer.

He drives for Roush Fenway Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Buescher won the 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series title and the 2012 ARCA Racing Series title. In 2011 he was named the ARCA Racing Series Rookie of the Year.

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Buescher started his career in 2005, driving Legends vehicles in Texas for Speedway Legends. He won more than 100 races.

Buescher started contending in the ARCA series in 2009. He proceeded to win the title in 2012, turning into the lone driver actually to contend each lap in a period of rivalry in the arrangement.

Chris Buescher: Stats and Championship

Buescher made his introduction in NASCAR for Roush Fenway Racing in 2011, driving two races in the Xfinity Series. He got back to the arrangement in 2013, driving in seven races for the group.

Buescher got back to the No. 60 Ford in the Xfinity Series for 2015. Buescher began the season with a next in line finish to partner Ryan Reed at Daytona in the Alert Today Florida 300. In the last race of the 2015 season, Buescher won his first professional NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship at Homestead Miami Speedway on November 21, 2015. He completed eleventh in the race.

Buescher made his Cup Series debut in the No. 34 Ford for Front Row Motorsports at Fontana in 2015, filling in for David Ragan, who had been filling in for Kyle Busch, who was out for a broken leg. Buescher completed in the twentieth position in the race. Buescher ran five extra Cup races for FRM in 2015.

On December 10, it was declared that Buescher would get a seat in the Cup series to drive FRM's No. 34 full-time in 2016.

On November 29, 2016, Roush Fenway reported the offer of their contract for the No. 16 vehicle to JTG Daugherty Racing, with Buescher assuming control over the new ride. The vehicle was authoritatively declared as No. 37 on December 12.

Buescher started 2017 with an accident in the Daytona 500, completing 35th. The following week at Atlanta, he completed in 24th position. In the race at Las Vegas, he completed 23rd. He followed this up with a 27th position finish at Phoenix, and afterward 25th spot at Auto Club.

Chris Buescher: 2021 Net Worth

As per Celebrity net worth, he has a net worth of $5 million.

Buescher has three successes and 36 Top Ten completions in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. His cousin is the 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, James Buescher.

In 2020, Buescher began the season with a third spot finish in the 2020 Daytona 500. Buescher battled at first while getting back from the COVID pandemic, yet scored a Top 10 in the 2020 Coca-Cola 600.

Through the last 50% of the season, Buescher scored 4 more Top 10s, including a fifth spot at the debut Daytona Road Course race. Buescher would complete the season 21st in points, with 8 Top 10's all through the season.

Chris Buescher: Sponsors

The sponsors of Chris are Fastenal, Fifth Third Bank, Sunny D, Ford Performance.

Chris Buescher: Family

Buescher married Emma Helton in 2018, during the Easter off week in the NASCAR plan.

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How to contact Chris Buescher

Chris is very active and highly popular on social media. As a result, it's the most accessible and easiest method to keep in touch with the Xfinity Series Champion.

Chris is on all the popular social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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Age28 Years
ResidenceNew London, NC
NationalityAmerican
TeamRoush Fenway Racing
EndorsementsFastenal, Fifth Third Bank, Sunny D, Ford Performance
Championships1
BirthdayOctober 29, 1992