Race car owner and driver Ray Evernham divorced his former wife of 19 years, Mary. While still married to Mary, Ray started an at-work relationship with his employee, race-car driver Erin Crocker. After Ray divorced Mary, he wed Erin Croker in August 2009.Know More
The extra-marital affair that Ray Evernham conducted with Erin Crocker had lasting effects on the business environment. Evernham terminated employee Jeremy Mayfield due to poor performance. Mayfield maintained that his poor performance was a direct result of the decreasing standards of euipment managment that transpired during Evernham and Crocker's illicit affair.
Ray Evernham has one son with his ex-wife Mary.Learn more about Pro Auto Racing
Jamie McMurray is the NASCAR driver who won the Daytona 500 while leading the fewest laps during the race. This happened in 2010, when McMurray led for only two laps before pulling ahead in the end to win the Daytona 500.Full Answer >
As of April 17, 2014, Bill Elliott tops the list of fastest qualifying track records in NASCAR history, having driven 212.809 mph at Talladega in 1987. In that same year, he drove 210.364 mph at Daytona, earning NASCAR's second-fastest time.Full Answer >
Drifting is a motor sport and a driving technique in which the driver oversteers the car causing loss of traction in the rear wheels through corners while preserving control and a high exit speed. Drifting is dangerous and illegal on the street. There are several ways in which a driver can drift an automatic car.Full Answer >
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