American consultant Ray Evernham is famous for auto racing, consulting and his leadership.
He is also best known for his specialty as crew chief and analyst for car racing.
During his four-decade-long career, he was able to collect many awards and win-overs for him and his team.
Married To Divorce Details With Wife, Children
Ray Evernham was previously married to Mary. Together, they welcomed a son named Ray J Evernham, but, their relationship didn't last long.
Mary blamed Ray for having an at-work affair with Erin Crocker, a car racer at Evernham Motorsports.
Eventually, they decided to get divorced in 2005.
A year after the divorce, Ray started publicly dating Erin. And, after dating her for three years, he tied the knot with his girlfriend on 26th August 2009, in a private ceremony arranged in Las Vegas hotel.
Ray Evernham with wife Eric Crocker at South Point Hotel & Casino on 24 August 2019 (Photo: Ray Evernman's Instagram)
With his second wife, Ray welcomed a daughter named Cate Evernham on 25th July 2015.
Happily completing a decade of the wedding, the couple celebrated their 10th anniversary on 26th August 2019.
Ray Evernham's Career, Car Collection
The multi-hyphenate American Consultant and analyst started his career as a modified car racer and chassis specialist for the International Race of Champions when he was 26 years of age.
After that, he worked as an auto race driver and crew chief for Jeff Gordon from 1992 to 1999.
Ray won 47 Cup races and 3 Winston Cup Series Championships during the time together with Jeff.
Soon after saying goodbye to Jeff, Ray worked as a consultant for Hendrick Motorsports.
He had also founded Everham Motorsports which he owned from 2001 to 2010. Later, he sold all his shares to Richard Petty and other investment groups.
Beside excelling as a crew chief and consultant, Ray worked as an analyst for ESPN’s NASCAR coverage. Also, he served as a host for Velocity’s AmeriCARna in 2014.
Further, he hosted NBCSN’s new show, Glory Road, that premiered on 7th August 2018.
Apart from practicing versatility, Ray Evernham boosted his success by establishing an epic garage and historic race car museum, Evernham Enterprises, in Mooresville, North Carolina.
The museum holds more than twenty historically important race cars and significant parts.
As a successful consultant, crew chief, and owner of a car race team, 62-year-old Ray has collected a net worth of $30 million.
Ray Evernham with his "Ghost" (Photo: Ray Evernham's Instagram)
Even after so much success now, Ray has not retired from his career; he is still active in the car race world via his museum.
In August 2019, he even attempted to break the 200mph barrier of cars with his specially designed “Ghost” car.