Hailie Deegan is an America Professional stock car racing driver. She is the only female driver in the Lucas Oil Off Road Pro series and the regional series to win championships in 2013, 2015 and 2016. Further, the only youth to win the Lucas Oil Off Road Pro Series Driver of the Year award in 2016.
Hailie, with two golds and seven bronzes, is the most enhanced Freestyle Motocross rider in the history of X Games history and is the only rider to have competed in at least one event in every X Games. And she was the first to do a twisting backflip 360 in her competitions. Hailie has raced in 116 races, winning three and six pole positions.
Hailie Deegan Early Life:
Hailie was born on 18th July 2001, in Temecula, California; her family is motorcycle enthusiasts. Currently, she is 21. She has two residences and splits her time between two, one in California and the other in Mooresville, North Carolina.
Hailie Deegan Family Background:
Hailie Deegan is the daughter of Marissa and Brian Deegan. Brian is a Professional Motocross rider, off-road racer, former X Games athlete and co-founder of Metal Mulisha. Since her father is a national-level motorcyclist, Hailie’s driving training was taken by him.
Further, she has two brothers named Haiden and Hudson Deegan. Both brothers are also motocross participants.
Hailie Deegan Education:
Hailie attended and completed her graduation from Rancho Christian High School in her hometown. She received her Diploma certificate on the day of her race; Hailie went to the race after receiving her diploma.
Hailie Deegan Physical stats:
Hailie stands 5 feet and 9 inches tall and weighs around 60 kg. Her hair is silky dark brown, highlighted with ash blonde color, and she likes to dye her hair often. She maintains a nutritional diet and gyms regularly. Further, Hailie has a slim body type and athletic physics.
Hailie Deegan Birth Signs:
Hailie’s sun and star sign are Cancer. Further, her birth sign element is Water, and her birth flower is Larkspur and Water Lily. The Cancerian opposite sign is Capricorn.
According to the Chinese Zodiac, Hailie is born in the Year of the Snake. These year-born people are gregarious, introverted, seductive, generous, and charming.
Hailie Deegan Net worth:
Halie’s estimated net worth is between $1 to $5 million. Her primary source of income is from her driving profession and, in addition, from selling her personalized merchandise (https://hailiedeegan.com/).
Hailie Deegan Relationship Status:
Hailie is in a relationship with Chase Cabre, a dirt track racer and former NASCAR driver. He served her as a co-driver in the 2022 Mint 400.
Hailie Deegan Career:
Hailie began riding dirt bikes when she was seven and started participating in short course off-road racing at eight after being gifted a Trophy Kart on her birthday. In 2009, she won her first race in the SXS Stadium Series’ at the Trophy Kart class. Hailie raced in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) under Junior 1 Karts.’ Further, in 2013, when she won the Junior 2 Karts class, this win earned her became the first female driver to win a LOORRS championship. In 2015, she became the Modified Kart Regional Champion and the Modified Kart National Champion the following year. Hailie continued to race full-time in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro Lite division in 2017.
In the history of LOORRS class championship winners, she is one of four women to win alongside Corry Weller, Kali Kinsman, and Megan Mitchell. Further, Hailie did pavement racing and occasionally returned to off-road. In December 2021, at Florida International Rally and Motorsports Park, she participated in the Nitro Rallycross’ side-by-side (SXS) support class and finished fifth and fourth in two races. Hailie made her debut in Mint 400 in the Unlimited Truck Spec class on March 11–13, 2022, when the Truck Series had a weekend off.
Hailie began her asphalt racing in 2016 by driving legends cars for Rev Racing. Further, in 2017, she made a debut as an asphalt late model with a pair of CARS Super Late Model Tour, the first at Tri-County Motor Speedway and later at Hickory Motor Speedway.
In 2016, Hailie was a member of NASCAR Drive for Diversity and, in the following year, received an award as the NASCAR Diversity Young Racer. In May 2017, she was among the nine drivers named to the 2017 NASCAR Next class; Hailie was both the youngest member and the only woman. Further, she was also a member of Toyota’s driver development program.
On 3rd January 2018, Hailie was announced as a full-time driver for Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. Later she also announced running a part-time schedule in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East for McAnally. In the 2018 K&N Series, she was the only female driver who competed full-time. On 11th February, Hailie made her debut for the season by opening the East Series race at New Smyrna Speedway. On 15th March, she made her debut in the West Series at Kern County Raceway Park and finished seventh. During the race, Kevin Harvick, NASCAR’s 2014 Sprint Cup Series champion, battled for position with Hailie at the end of the race, and he finished fourth. Later he committed to be impressed with her performance.
On 15th May, Hailie was announced as a 2018–19 class member in NASCAR and was again the only woman and the youngest member in this class. On 19th May, finishing fourth at Orange Show Speedway, she scored her first career top-five. She finished seventh in the race in six West Series races and earned her sixth top-ten finish. In the next race at Roseburg, Hailie finished second, setting a new mark for her best career finish in the series and tying with some NASCAR next alumni like Kenzie Ruston, Julia Landauer, and Nicole Behar, and recorded the K&N Pro Series finish by a woman.
Hailie was qualified on pole position for the Star Nursery 100 at the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and became the first woman in NASCAR history to win a pole at the K&N level. Despite a shifter issue during the race’s first half, she led 13 laps and equaled her career-best result of second in the event. On 29th September, she became the first woman to win at the K&N Pro Series level, winning at the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 at Meridian Speedway in Idaho. In a NASCAR touring series race, she achieved the second woman place, as first was Shawna Robinson, who won in the 1980s in the now-defunct NASCAR Dash Series. Later at Kern County, in the K&N West season finale, she achieved a sixth-place in two races, and Hailie earned Rookie of the year honors for the series.
In 2019, Hailie returned to BMR for the full and partial schedules in the K&N West and East Series. At New Smyrna, the East season-opening race qualifying was rained out, allowing her to inherit pole position as she set the fastest practice time. She led the first six laps and eventually retired from the race, finishing 16th, because of a mechanical issue for the second consecutive year at New Smyrna. Before the 2019 season, Hailie in the Dirt Track race served as the season-opening race for the West Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. She earned her second career K&N Pro Series win with another last-lap pass in the event.
On 1st March 2019, Hailie announced competing in the ARCA Menards Series in the six races for Venturini Motorsports. She made her series debut on 19th May at Toledo in Venturini’s No. 55 Toyota Camry. Further, Hailie was ranked 12th in practice and qualifying, finishing 18th and last after a crash with Joe Graf Jr. Hailie, earning her third career K&N West win at Colorado National Speedway. In August, at Bristol’s second K&N East race, she made her debut for the DGR-Crosley team. She ran the event for DGR in their No. 54 Toyota Camry. Later that month, at the combined East and West Series race at Gateway, Hailie struggled and managed a ninth-place finish.
In October, at Indianapolis Raceway Park, Hailie scored her first ARCA top-five finish. The following weekend, she gave a strong performance at Roseville in K&N West and set the fastest time in both practice sessions, finishing second in the race and winning the pole. The 2019 season ended with a fourth-place finish at ISM Raceway, achieving third in the final championship point standings. At the end of 2019, Hailie switched from Toyota’s development driver program to Ford’s after signing a full-time ARCA Menards Series contract with DGR-Crosley.
In the season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway, Hailie ran the fastest lap time in the opening practice session. The series recorded her three consecutive seventh-place finishes and a third finish at Lucas Oil Raceway. Further tying the series record for the best finish by a woman on a short track. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic by mid-September, Hailie had expressed her frustration with ARCA’s limited practice and lack of live pit stops. With a second-place run at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack, the series’, she tied her career-best ARCA. It was the only dirt race of the season. After the season, she finished third in the point standings and held the series Rookie of the Year award.
On 7th, 2020, it was announced by DGR-Crosley that Hailie would make its debut in NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series with the team’s No. 17 Ford at Kansas. She finished one lap down in 16th and marked the best result in Truck Series history for a woman in a series debut. On 17th October 2020, Ford Performance announced that Hailie was to drive full-time in the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for DGR-Crosley. Further, she finished seventh in August at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway. Despite being her first Truck Series, she became the first woman in this series’ history to score such a finish outside of a superspeedway. Hailie finished the season with the Gateway top ten and 17th-place points. Further, She was voted Truck Series Most Popular Driver in 2021.
In 2020, Hailie moved to Ford, and she was the 2020 series season-opener at Daytona along with co-driver Chase Briscoe. They finished in 43rd position out of 51. Further, she returned to the series at Laguna Seca along with Sebastian Priaulx in the No. 22 Ford. In 2022, Hailie again paired with Briscoe and at Daytona came to the Michelin Pilot Challenge. The field of 48 pairs placed 24th.
Hailie Deegan Social Appearance:
Hailie is active on social media platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Her Youtube account has more than 485k subscribers; the videos are a variety of pranks, questions asked, race day, etc., with interesting content. Further on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, she has around 475k, 138k and 1.2M followers, respectively. Hailie actively shares her professional and personal life.
Hailie Deegan is an uprising star in the world of Professional car driver world. She has converted her passion into her career and has amazingly accomplished it. As a female, Hailie never feared competing in races with males. Our warm wishes are always with her.