Daniel Hemric is a professional stock car racing driver and has earned millions of dollars through his career. He has a net worth of between five and eight million dollars.
He started driving automobiles at age five and has been professionally racing for more than a decade. He is one of the most popular drivers in the industry today. With his success, he has received various sponsorships from companies such as Poppy Bank Paint, OnDeck and Xerox. These companies help him to earn a large amount of money.
Daniel Hemric first started competing in go-kart races at Concord Speedway when he was just five years old. As a teenager, he won numerous races and was crowned the track champion. In 2009, he also competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. His second season in the series, he won the championship. This was followed by a victory in the NASCAR Summer Shootout Series in 2010.
He has also won the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour championship and the Legends Pro national championship. He has also competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour.
Daniel Hemric was born on January 27, 1991 in Kannapolis, North Carolina. He is from a mixed family. Currently, he is married to Kenzie Ruston and they have a daughter named Rhen Haven. The two of them have announced that they will award financial aid to students who are interested in motorsports. They have set up the Daniel Hemric Be the Change scholarship through Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
As a professional stock car driver, Daniel Hemric is earning a lot of money through his sponsorships. His annual salary with Joe Gibbs Racing is $550,000. Moreover, he has received a huge amount of money through his sponsorships in the Camoing World Truck Series. Also, he has won the largest payday in Legends vehicle history when he won the Legends Million at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 2010.
He has been a part of JR Motorsports, NTS Motorsports, Sharp Gallaher Racing, and Brad Keselowski Racing. During his time with these teams, he has won over 60 races in less than 80 starts. Among those were the All American 400 late model race, which he finished second to Chase Elliott. Besides his wins, he has also taken part in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year competition.
However, Daniel Hemric lost a ride with RCR after one Cup season. Afterwards, he shifted to Legends cars. Hemric has raced in 51 truck series races for Young’s Motorsports and NTS Motorsports, and has made an appearance at Phoenix International Raceway.
According to various online sources, Daniel Hemric’s net worth is between five and eight million dollars. However, he has not disclosed the information about his birth date, parents or ethnicity. Despite his lack of disclosure, he has been successful in his career. Most of his net worth is attributed to his professional career.
In addition to his success as a Driver, Daniel Hemric is a popular figure on social media. He has several official social networking accounts.