Chad Finchum Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career & Net Worth

Biography of Chad Finchum

Chad Finchum is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the Nos. 13 and 66 Toyota Supras for MBM Motorsports. Finchum has also driven several races in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, capturing a victory at Bristol Motor Speedway in that series.

Early years

Finchum began racing at age seven, starting his career racing go-karts at Dumplin Valley Raceway in Tennessee. By age 13 he had logged 200 go-kart wins on dirt and asphalt. He then moved to full-bodied cars, often racing late models at Kingsport Speedway in Tennessee, and also competed in Bandolero and Legends cars in Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Summer Shootout. He would win the Tennessee NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship in 2010.

K&N Pro Series East

Finchum drove his first four K&N Pro Series East races in 2011 with Lori Williams, who had given Daniel Suárez and Jesus Hernandez rides previously. Finchum scored two top-ten finishes that first year, finishing seventh at Bowman Gray Stadium and Gresham Motorsports Park. He joined Spraker Racing in 2012, finishing seventh again at Bristol Motor Speedway but not finding success in his other three starts. One start with Spraker in 2013 yielded a DNF at Bristol.

Chad Finchum
Chad Finchum

Finchum then started 2015 driving for his own team but then associated with Martin-McClure Racing later in the year. In only his third start with the team, and his first in 2016, Finchum won the K&N race at Bristol. Starting from the fourth position, Finchum passed polesitter and leader Harrison Burton thirteen laps into the race and never looked back. In a late restart Finchum held off future NASCAR national series drivers Kyle Benjamin, Justin Haley, Kaz Grala and Todd Gilliland. Focusing on the Xfinity Series in 2017, Finchum ran one K&N race, recording a fifth at Bristol.

Xfinity Series

Finchum, in conjunction with his K&N Pro Series East team Team McClure Inc., signed on for two races with MBM Motorsports including a debut race at Dover International Speedway. Despite falling out with engine problems at Dover, Finchum was approved for 1.5-mile tracks, yielding another start at Kentucky Speedway. Finchum made five more starts in 2017 ranging from 1-mile Dover to 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway, cracking the top thirty three times.

In late November 2017, Finchum was announced as the full-time driver of MBM’s No. 40 entry for the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. He led second practice at Daytona International Speedway in July. He finished the year 30th in final point standings.

Cup Series

On March 27, 2018, Finchum announced in a Bristol Motor Speedway promotional video that he would make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at that track in April 2018. The run came in the No. 66 car for MBM Motorsports, whom he also drives for in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Bristol was a track that Finchum was especially excited to make his debut at, as he considers it a “home track”. After starting 38th, he finished 33rd when he retired from the race on lap 335. Finchum failed to qualify for the 2020 Daytona 500 after finishing 20th in Duel 1 of the 2020 Bluegreen Vacations Duels.

Chad Finchum
Chad Finchum


  • Full Name: Chad Finchum
  • Date of Birth: September 22, 1994
  • Age: 25 years
  • Birth Place: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
  • Education: Halls High School
  • 2019 position: 26th
  • 2018 position: 68th
  • First race: Food City 500
  • Current teams: Toyota Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing manufacturer team,
  • Car no., team: 49 (MBM Motorsports)
  • 2018 position: 68th
  • Best finish: 68th (2018)
  • Net Worth: N/A
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