Gary St. Amant Net Worth, Biography And Facts

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Gary St. Amant Biography

Gary Wayne St. Amant (born October 19, 1962) is an American former stock car racing driver from Columbus, Ohio. While he competed in several NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races, his career is most notable for his success in the American Speed Association, winning the National Tour in 1998 and 2000. When the ASA folded after the 2004 season, he found success in the Hooters Pro Cup Series, winning the Northern Division Championship in 2007. With St. Amant having won the Snowball Derby and Winchester 400 twice, along with the All American 400 and Snowflake 100 once, he is the only driver in history besides Chase Elliott to have won all four short-track crown jewel events. He also showed his mentorship to a young Jimmie Johnson in his early ASA days, before his transition to NASCAR. Johnson has since mentioned his appreciation for the coaching while making history himself in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

How much is Gary St. Amant worth in 2021?

According to our sources, the net worth of Gary St. Amant for 2021 is (as of January 1st, 1970).

Other Gary St. Amant Facts

Gary St. Amant Profile
Born Gary Wayne St. Amant
October 19, 1962 (ageĀ 58)
Columbus, Ohio
Achievements 1998, 2000 American Speed Association Champion
2007 Hooters Pro Cup Series Northern Division Champion
1992, 2000 Snowball Derby Winner
1999 Snowflake 100 Winner
1990 All American 400 Winner
1999, 2002 Winchester 400 Winner
Awards Seven-Time American Speed Association Outstanding Sportsmanship Recipient
2008 Position 116th
Best Finish 64th (1995)
First Race 1995 Action Packed Racing Cards 150 (IRP)
Last Race 2008 Ohio 250 (Mansfield)
Wins Top tens