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The Casey Mears Story

Casey Mears carries with him one of the most recognized names in the sport of auto racing. He has experienced success at each of NASCAR top two levels, winning races in both the NASCAR Xfinity and Monster Energy Series.

Versatility being a cornerstone for Mears, he has also won races in the Indy Lights Series, ARCA Series, and in 2006 he became the first full-time NASCAR driver to achieve an overall victory at the prestigious Rolex 24 at Daytona.

While Mears boasts a distinguished resumé, his family dinner table features a banquet of successful careers. He is flanked by father, Roger Mears, who is a championship off-road racer, while his uncle, Rick Mears, has netted four Indianapolis 500 wins.

My Life


Born: March 12, 1978 
Hometown: Bakersfield, CA
Residence: Charlotte, NC
Wife: Trish
Children: Samantha, Hayden
Hobbies: Dune/razor riding, RC cars, Motorcycles, Hiking, Outdoors, Exercise/training, Family, Kids 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Driver of the #98 GEICO Military Ford Mustang
  • Mears has raced in the NASCAR Monster Energy Series for 14 years and run over 456 races
  • Earned one Win, 12 top-five and 46 top-ten finishes along with 3 pole awards in Cup
  • Has one Win, 16 top-five, 32 top-ten finishes, 4 pole awards in 93 NNS starts over 9 years
  • Became first full-time NASCAR driver to win Rolex 24 Hours when he set a Daytona Protype record in 2006 and won the overall, 44th Rolex 24 Hours race for Chip Ganassi
  • Won 2007 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway
  • Family history is rich in racing, with roots still very deep in the open-wheel side of motorsports
  • Mears earned two pole awards and three victories in the ARCA RE/MAX Series in 2003; he swept the Pocono events
  • Scored an impressive fourth-place finish in his CART debut in 2000