Cole Custer is an energetic young professional stock car racer from the United States who has made waves in his field since beginning with midget racing at age 16. Over time he progressed into NASCAR racing; here we cover his childhood, racing career and family background & personal life in detail.

Early Life and Background are of vital significance.
Cole Matthew Custer was born January 23 in Massillon, Ohio to American and Christian parents and stands 5 feet 1 inches in height, approximately 110 pounds in weight and attended Tesoro High School before going onto complete his secondary education and racing at an early age.

At age four, Custer began racing quarter midgets for fun. Over time, his passion grew until 2011, when he won the USA National Young Guns Championship with 10 race victories and was honored as Rookie of the year – proof of his talent on track!

Racing Career (Formula 1)
K&N Pro Series East: Custer Makes History
At 15 years old, Custer debuted at Bristol for K&N Pro Series East race at Bristol and immediately made an impactful statement by winning both pole position and leading all laps en route to becoming the youngest ever K&N Pro Series winner at that time (beating previous records by six months!). Custer even set himself a world record time-wise on this achievement!

Cole made his NASCAR debut in 2014 after joining Haas Racing Development to compete in nine Camping World Truck Series events for Haas Racing Development, making a first impression during Martinsville Kroger 250 and later winning Pro West’s opening round race at Phoenix International Raceway that same year.

Success on both Series!
Custer made his Xfinity and Cup Series debuts for JR Motorsports this year and immediately made an impactful statement by winning Kentucky Speedway race #38 of Cup Series with key victories over Martin Truex Jr, Kevin Harvick, Ryan Blaney on his way to becoming only the second rookie winner since Chris Buescher in 2016.

Cole Custer made history when at 16 he won his NASCAR national touring series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Additionally he set several other NASCAR K&N Pro Series West records as well as becoming second youngest winner overall at NASCAR-sanctioned races that year (and second youngest overall winner for 2013). Cole was later honored as Rookie of Year of 2020 NASCAR Cup Series races.

Cole has enjoyed great success both on and off of the track, earning himself an estimated networth between $2-5 Million by 2022.

Personal Life and Families Relationship Status Cole Custer remains single and currently single; his focus appears to lie solely on racing career goals.

Cole Custer is the son of Joe and Cindy Custer who are well known racing figures (Joe being President of Stewart-Haas Racing and COO for Haas Team respectively), while Cindy’s siblings may or may not be well-known – some sources state he may only have one sibling (while others insist otherwise).

Conclusion of article is as follows:

Cole Custer has quickly made his mark in racing, becoming one of NASCAR’s rising stars through youth, unwavering commitment and support from his family.


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