Erin Mary Crocker Evernham is known as Erin Crocker. She is an American professional race car driver and broadcaster. Currently, she is associated with the Motor Racing Network’s Winged Nation.
Erin was born on March 23, 1981, in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, in the U.S. She holds the American nationality, however, her ethnicity is unknown.
There is no information regarding her parents.
She graduated from the Rensselaer Polytechnic institute in 2003 earning herself a degree in industrial and management engineering.
She has blonde hair color and her eye color is green. Besides this, there is no information about her height, weight and dress size.
The current relationship status of Erin Crocker is married. Her husband’s name is Ray Everham. They got married on August 26, 2009. The couple dated for three years before their wedding.
On July 25, 2015, Erin gave birth to a daughter and named her Cate Susan Evernham.
On the occasion of their 10th anniversary, Erin posted a picture with the caption:
“Celebrating our 10th Anniversary at the place we were married! The best dining experience you could ever have.. Michael’s in the @southpointlv.”
Ray Evernham is an American consultant for Hendrick Companies, formerly an auto racing crew chief for Bill Davis Racing and Hendrick Motorsports, owner of his own team Evernham Motorsports from 2001–2010, an analyst for ESPN’s NASCAR coverage.
He was previously married to Mary before he fell in love with Erin.
She is active on Facebook and Twitter. She has more than 3k followers on Facebook and 30.9k on Twitter.
Crocker started her career when she was just 7, by racing quarter midgets in the Custom Midget Club, based in Thompson Connecticut. She performed well during her first attempt in the competition.
From 1993 to 1996, she won several awards and three Northeast Regional Quarter Midgets of America championships.
in 1997, she competed at Whip City Speedway and became the youngest driver and the first female to win a race at the track.
In 2002, Crocker signed with Woodring Racing to drive a 360 winged sprint car. She won five feature races as well as twelve heat events, earning her the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Outstanding Newcomer Award.
n 2004, Crocker got an opportunity to participate in Ford’s driver development program and tested a Ford sprint for Bob East (racing) and Steve Lewis that season.
In 2005 Crocker joined Evernham Motorsports. She participated in the ACRA Racing Series competition and ranked among the top five in the race three times.
In 2006 Crocker drove the No. 98 full-time in the Truck Series but left the No. 98 teams in the same year.
In 2007, Crocker ran a select number of ARCA Series events. She also won the pole for the season-opening ARCA race at Daytona International Speedway.
She has an estimated net worth of around $2 million but her salary is not revealed yet.