Brennan Poole Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career & Net Worth

Biography of Brennan Poole

Brennan Poole is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 15 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Premium Motorsports and part-time in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, driving the Nos. 29 and 30 Toyota Tundras for On Point Motorsports. He has formerly competed for Venturini Motorsports and Chip Ganassi Racing.

Early Career

Brennan Poole drove Dirt Modifieds in the UMP ranks from 2007 to 2008 for his family’s team at their home track of Houston Raceway Park, he scored 7 wins in 2008 and the Texas World Dirt Championship.

UARA-Stars Late Models

In 2011, Poole scored four UARA-Stars wins at Hickory, Kingsport, Rockingham, and Lonesome Pine. He clinched the championship at Rockingham after locking the championship up a week before at Concord.

On September 27, 2019, Brennan Poole made his first appearance in a Late Model Stock for the first time since his UARA-Stars championship in 2011 for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 in a joint partnership with On Point Motorsports and DGR-Crosley, and he would finish 15th.

ARCA Racing Series in 2011

Poole made his debut in the ARCA Racing Series at Salem Speedway in 2011, driving the No. 55 Chevrolet for Venturini Motorsports, in which Poole would lead 31 laps and win in his debut. Brennan Poole ran three more races that year in Venturini’s 25 car, scoring a pole and a top-five finish at Pocono Raceway.


Brennan Poole ran the full 2012 schedule for Venturini in the 25 car, earning 15 top tens, three poles, and back-to-back wins at Elko Speedway and Pocono Raceway while going on to finish 3rd in points.


Poole ran part-time schedules over the next two years for Venturini. At the Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack, Brennan Poole crossed the finish line in third but was awarded after the win after it was determined that the two drivers who finished ahead of him, Kelly Kovski and A. J. Fike jumped the final restart.

Brennan Poole
Brennan Poole


In 2014, Poole returned at Pocono Raceway in which he led 31 of 50 laps. He returned again for the next six races as a substitute for John Wes Townley; Brennan Poole scored four top-fives and a victory at Kentucky Speedway in his final ARCA start in the No. 15. Poole was later penalized 25 driver points after his Kentucky car was found to be in violation of the minimum roof height rule.


Poole signed a contract with Team BCR Racing to run 10 races in the 2015 season to drive the No. 45 Ford Fusion for the team, replacing Grant Enfinger.


Poole returned to Venturini as a relief driver at Pocono Raceway in 2018, relieving Natalie Decker, who was recovering from surgery. Brennan Poole nearly won the race but ultimately struggled to gain his speed back after a late-race caution.

Other ventures in ARCA

During his ARCA career, Poole worked several odd jobs within auto racing between starts, including serving as a consultant, spotter, driver coach, and working in the shop for Venturini Motorsports. Brennan Poole also served as a cameraman for Dartfish racing analysis videos.

Xfinity Series in 2015

In 2015, Poole was signed to drive in the Xfinity Series for HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi, with the operation being run out of Ganassi’s NASCAR shop. Poole shared the No. 42 ride with Ganassi Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Larson and Justin Marks. In between starts he also traveled to Sprint Cup races as an observer with Ganassi’s other Cup driver, Jamie McMurray. In total, he scored two top tens and ten top-fifteen finishes during the season.


For 2016, Poole moved into a new No. 48 car for Ganassi full-time with sponsorship from DC Solar for the full season. At Talladega, Poole finished third after crossing the finish line first after a last-lap caution. NASCAR reviewed the finish and later awarded Elliott Sadler the win by virtue of being in first when the caution flag was displayed. Poole finished eighth in points, scoring 17 top tens and four top-fives.

Brennan Poole
Brennan Poole


He returned to CGR’s No. 48 for 2017. He won his first career series pole at Daytona International Speedway in July. Poole advanced to the Round of 8 in the Xfinity Series playoffs but fell out of the elimination race early after contact with Caesar Bacarella. Poole finished sixth at Homestead, finishing sixth in points.


  • Full Name: Brennan Cole Poole
  • Date of Birth: April 11, 1991
  • Age: 29 years
  • Birth Place: Folsom, California
  • Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
  • Weight: 160 lb (73 kg)
  • Car no., team: No. 15 (Premium Motorsports)
  • Truck no., team: Nos. 29/30 (On Point Motorsports)
  • 2019 position: 18th
  • 2017 position: 6th
  • Current teams: Chevrolet Motorsport, Toyota Camping World Truck Series racing manufacturer team
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