Cole Custer is a professional stock car racing driver from the United States. Cole Custer races part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for SS-Green Light Racing in the No. 07 Mustang and full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing in the No. 41 Ford Mustang. Stewart-Hass Racing
|United States of America
|5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)
|$2 Million – $5 Million
|place of birth
|Ladera Ranch High School, Tesoro High School
Cole Custer Biography
Cole Custer was born on January 23, 1998 in Massillon, Ohio, USA. Also, Cole Matthew Custer is his given name. He is 24 years old and born under the sign of Aquarius. Custer is an American national and practices Christianity.
In terms of family history, he is the son of Joe Custer (father) and Cindy Custer (mother). Joe Haas, his father, is the president of Stewart-Haas Racing and the chief operating officer of the Haas team. He is the only child of his parents and, therefore, has no siblings.
Cole Custer Education
Cole Custer is a well-educated person, according to his educational background. Ladera Ranch Middle School was where he finished his high school education. He later attended Tesoro High School, where he graduated.
Cole Custer Height and Weight
Cole Custer is undeniably handsome and attractive. He is about 175 cm (5 feet 1 inch) tall and weighs about 50 kg (110 pounds). Custer also has a pair of black eyes and brown hair.
Cole Custer with his trophy (Source: Pinterest)
At age 4, Custer began racing quarter-sized midgets. He won the USA National Young Guns in 2011. Additionally, he won 10 races and was the Rookie of the Year.
He debuted in the K&N Pro Series East in 2013 in Bristol. In 2013, he won the pole and led every lap, becoming the youngest K&N Pro Series race winner by six months.
In 2014, Custer won the first Pro West match at Phoenix International Raceway, beating Brennen Newberry and Greg Pursley. Additionally, he joined Haas Racing Development for nine NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races. In 2014, he raced the Martinsville Kroger 250. At the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Motorsports Park, Custer started ninth and finished 12th.
Custer made his JR Motorsports Xfinity Series debut in 2016 at Richmond International Raceway. Custer finished fourth in the Hisense 4k TV 300 for motorsports at Charlotte. He finished 37th at Daytona to start the 2017 Xfinity season. The following week in Atlanta, he finished tenth.
Fontana, Chicago, Richmond, Pocono, Kentucky and Dover for Custer in 2019. Despite being declared the winner, he finished second after Denny Hamlin was disqualified. He finished second to Reddick at Homestead and second in the 2019 points standings. Custer joined Rick Ware Racing in March 2018 and finished 25th in the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas.
He won his first Cup race at Kentuck Speedway, passing Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick on the final lap. Custer is the first rookie to win a Cup race since 2016’s Chris Buescher. He is the 33rd driver to win in all three of NASCAR’s national touring series.
Cole Custer Awards
At the age of 16, Cole Custer became the youngest winner in the history of the NASCAR national touring series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Additionally, he was named the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year. Custer also became the youngest NASCAR K&N Pro Series West winner and the second-youngest winner in a NASCAR-sanctioned race in 2013.
Cole Custer’s Net Worth
Cole Custer has made a fortune through his hard work and brilliance. As of August 2023, his net worth is estimated to be between $2 million and $5 million.
Cole Custer Wife, Marriage
Cole Custer is currently single in his personal life. He has never had a relationship with a woman. He may later form couples, but there is no information about his love life at this time. Custer seems to be more concerned about his career than having a relationship.