David Starr

David Starr 2021 - Net Worth, Salary, and Endorsements

David Starr is an American expert stock vehicle driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the Nos. 13 and 61 Toyota Supras for MBM Motorsports.

He has additionally raced in the Camping World Truck Series, where he is a four-time race victor. Starr is additionally the host of the "Let’s Go Racing with David Starr" podcast in November 2020.

Starr started by being on a neighbor's pit team at 14 years old. At 16 years old, he began driving in street stock racing, winning the title at Big H Motor Speedway in his first year. Throughout the following seven years, Starr won an aggregate of 20 late model races. In 1993, he started driving at the Team Texas driving school and at last turning into a racing teacher.

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During this time, he worked for Donnie Allison as a crew member of his Xfinity Series group. He joined the Texas International Driving Association in 1996 and was the first rookie to win a race.

David Starr - Stats and Championships

In 1998, Starr made his Truck Series debut driving the No. 9 Chevrolet Silverado for Buddy Morrison in five races. His best completion was an eighteenth at his home track at Texas Motor Speedway. In the accompanying season, he contended in the Truck Series full-time.

Driving for Tagsby Racing, he likewise drove for Team 23 Racing, Conely Racing, Morgan-Dollar Motorsports, and McGlynn Racing, and completed 22nd in the standings. Tagsby was shut down toward the finish of the period, leaving Starr without a full-time ride. He drove the majority of his races for Conely part-time, just as for Ware Racing Enterprises and TKO Motorsports. His best completion was twelfth at Texas.

That season, he made his Xfinity Series debut at Talladega for Day Enterprises, completing 42nd. In the wake of running one race for TKO at Daytona International Speedway, he ran four races for Team Menard, completing no lower than seventh.

Starr procured his subsequent full-time ride in 2002 when he joined the No. 75 Spears Motorsports group. He dominated his first race at Las Vegas and was named the Series' Most Popular Driver after a fifth-place finish.

He was 10th in the standings in 2003. Starr likewise endeavored to make his Cup Series debut at Texas Motor Speedway, however, wasn't able to qualify.

He dominated two races in 2004 and climbed to 6th in focuses. After a winless 2005, Starr left Spears.

He joined Circle Bar Racing for 2007 and drove the No. 10 MaxxForce Diesel Ford with gear bought from ppc Racing to a tenth spot point finish with five top-tens.

He rejoined Red Horse in 2008 and had eight top-tens. In 2009 Starr joined HT Motorsports in the number 24 Zachry Toyota Camry. Starr endeavored to make his Cup series debut for BlackJack Racing at Fontana in 2009, however, didn't qualify

For 2010 Starr moved to Randy Moss Motorsports. Starr got a very late ride with SS-Green Light Racing in their No. 21 Chevrolet, Starr ran the full race and scored a top 10 completion.

Starr got back to the group for the 2011 season, completing thirteenth in points. He additionally contended in a set number of races in the Cup Series for Leavine Family Racing in the No. 95.

For 2012, Starr moved to Arrington Racing, bringing his support and truck number, the No. 81, with him for the full season. Anyway, he had to miss races after the midpoint of the period because of an absence of sponsorship.

In 2013 Starr got back to SS-Green Light Racing to endeavor the full season, however again had his season shortened because of an absence of sponsorship.

In 2017, Starr left RSS to return indeed to SS-Green Light Racing to run the No. 99 Striping Technology Chevrolet.

In 2020, Starr moved to JD Motorsports No. 6 vehicle. He lost his ride with the group on May 18 because of sponsorship issues brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. On June 9, he returned to the Cup Series with Ware at the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500. Starr got back to SS-Green Light and the Xfinity Series in July at Texas, driving the No. 07. He was one of the different Rick Ware Racing drivers to steer the vehicle as the two groups kept a partnership.

David Starr 2021 - Net Worth

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As per internet sources, the Net Worth of David Starr is $20 Million.

David Starr: Sponsors

Sponsors of David Starr are Whataburger, Halo Autosports, Zachry, Tristar.

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Age53 Years
ResidenceHouston, Texas
NationalityAmerican
TeamFront Row Motorsports
EndorsementsWhataburger, Halo Autosports, Zachry, Tristar
BirthdayOctober 11, 1967