American consultant Ray Evernham has a net worth of Million .
He was born in 1957 and was part of auto racing, he is married to Erin Crocker, find his wiki to salary details.
Apart from these from 2001 to 2010 he also owned a team named Everham Motorsports.
His role as an analyst for ESPN’s NASCAR coverage has made him more popular.
Their combination was just what the doctor ordered and they did well to win 47 cup races apart from 3 Cup championships in the years 1995, 1997 and in 1998.
This super duo of Everham and Gordon was simply awesome.
1969 Dan Gurney Mercury Spolier - Built purely for NASCAR racing.
The Mercury spoilers were produced in limited numbers.
For Ply - Designed by Ray Evernham and custom build by the team in house.100% of the proceeds from Ameri Carna LIVE will be donated to the Evernham Family – Racing for a Reason Foundation and go to support the IGNITE Community Center in Davidson, N. for young adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.Autogeek helped to sponsor this show and on hand at the show to answer questions about car care were Andre and Bryan from our Customer Care Team here at Autogeek. This is THE original moonshine hauler owned by Willie Clay. There are still quite a few of those sitting in collections and in mint condition with low miles are over k. ) were owned by Bill Crocker, Erin Crocker Evernham's father, until his tragic, untimely passing several years ago.For Ply is a 200 mph street car sitting on a NASCAR chassis that once competed in the Daytona 500 and uses a Dodge motor raced by NASCAR legend Bill Elliott.The car has side by side computer screens, one for the driver and one for the passenger.His net worth is estimated as $ 30 million in 2017.This last weekend was Ray Evernham's car third annual Ameri Carna LIVE car show presented by Ingersoll Rand and MSC Industrial Supply Company.In the year 1999 this Ray Evernham won the ‘’Person of the Year ‘’ title.This man at the age of just 26 was hired by International Race of Champions where as a chassis specialist he made many heads turn.There were only about 150 of the Dan Gurney versions made making them even more rare.Prototype Talladega: 1 of 2 known prototypes built by Ford in September 1968 Built in Fords "X" garage in Dearborn Michigan Hand fabricated rocker panels Rocker moulding installed to cover modifications Cast aluminium bit "T" emblems on doors 1 of 2 Talladegas built with hood scoops 1 of 2 Talladegas built with bucket seats and console 1 of 3 built with air conditioning This is a car believed to be used in the dealer brochure Ford sold it to NASCAR Hall of Fame legend "Banjo" Mathews in 1971 Banjo had the car stored away for the last 30 years Car is being presented in unrestored condition 1952 Dodge Power Wagon - Ray purchased this restored, red & black 1952 Dodge Power Wagon in 2010 for his father, "Pop", who unfortunately passed away in the spring of 2011.