Jennifer Jo Cobb is an American racing driver and group proprietor. She contends full-time in the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series.
Jennifer drives the No. 0 and 10 Chevrolet Silverado for Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing, and part-time in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, driving the No. 1 Ford Mustang for Alex Caffi Motorsport in the Elite 1 class and the No. 10 Chevrolet Camaro for Racing-Total in the Elite 2 class.
She began dashing in 1991 at Lakeside Speedway. Her dad, Joe Cobb, races at Lakeside Speedway in the altered division. Since 2002, she has made 9 beginnings in the ARCA Racing Series, with 3 top-10s for 3 beginnings in 2004 while driving for Keith Murt.
In 2004, Cobb made her NASCAR debut in the Xfinity Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway. She drove the No. 50 Vassarette Chevrolet for Keith Coleman Racing. She completed the race in 43rd position after an accident on lap 2.
On July 19, 2008, she contended in the Camping World Truck Series occasion at the Built Ford Tough 225. She began in 35th and completed 26 driving the No. 74 Dodge for The Annexus Group finishing 144 laps.
On April 27, 2009, she contended at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 driving the No. 73 Dodge for Derrike Cope Inc. She began 34th and finished 72 laps prior to encountering motor difficulty, completing 26th out of 35 drivers winning $10,680.
In 2010, Cobb declared that she would run full-time in the truck series, in the wake of buying the resources of the No. 10 truck group from Rick Crawford. Cobb kept a similar truck number and proprietor points.
Likewise that year, Cobb became the highest female points finisher in history in any of the three major NASCAR Series to that time, accomplishing seventeenth spot.
In mid 2011, Cobb partnered for her team Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing with U.S. Armed force Family and MWR Command to launch the campaign- Driven 2 Honor, an advancement regarding ladies in the U.S. Military. Jennifer facilitated 2 females and their visitors at the initial 5 Nationwide races of the 2011 NASCAR season.
In 2012 Cobb ran the whole Camping World Truck Series for the No. 10, alongside chose Nationwide Series races in the No. 13. She got back to the Camping World Truck Series for 2013.
As per Players Bio, she has a net worth of $3 million. In 2006, Cobb made a line of garments for female race fans called Driver Boutique.
Money collected from this line went towards her racing endeavors, and she endeavored to qualify for different Busch and ARCA races in 2007 with the Driver Boutique sponsorship.
In 2011 she launched Driven2Honor. It is a non-profit organization to perceive the endeavors and predicaments of female military individuals. Driven2Honor honors a female military individual with a VIP experience with each NASCAR occasion in which she contends. Driven2Honor is raising assets to help house destitute female veterans.
Sponsors Of Jennifer Jo Cobb are Thinkreality.com, Mark One.
Cobb is married to NASCAR group boss and previous driver Eddie Troconis, who was Cobb’s team boss in the Xfinity Series in 2012. They married in 2015. Troconis as of now is the team boss of AM Racing’s No. 22 truck driven by Austin Wayne.
Jennifer 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 Truck Series driver.
|Residence||Kansas City, Kansas|
|Endorsements||Thinkreality.com, Mark One|
|Birthday||June 12, 1973|