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Hailie Deegan
Deegan Sonoma 2018.jpg
Deegan at Sonoma in 2018
Nationality American
BornHailie Rochelle Deegan
(2001-07-18) July 18, 2001 (age 18)
Temecula, California
Related toBrian Deegan (father)
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East career
Debut season2018
Years active2018–present
Crew chiefKyle Wolosek
Starts14
Championships0
Wins0
Poles0
Best finish10th in 2019
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West career
Debut season2018
Years active2018–present
Starts28
Championships0
Wins3
Poles5
Best finish3rd in 2019
Awards
2018NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Rookie of the Year
ARCA Menards Series career
Debut season2019
Current teamDGR-Crosley
Years active2019–present
Car number4
Starts6
Championships0
Wins0
Poles0
Best finish24th in 2019
Last updated on: November 10, 2019.

Hailie Rochelle Deegan[1] (born July 18, 2001)[2] is an American professional stock car racing driver. She currently competes full-time in the ARCA Menards Series, driving the No. 4 Ford Fusion for DGR-Crosley.

Deegan grew up racing off-road and on dirt but transitioned to competing on asphalt in 2016 to pursue a career in stock car racing. She began her career in NASCAR in 2018 at the K&N Pro Series level. She is the only female to have won races in the K&N Pro Series, doing so in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. She is the daughter of Brian Deegan.

Off-road racing[edit]

Deegan racing in Pro Lite at Crandon in 2018.

Deegan began riding dirt bikes at age seven[1] and began racing at the age of eight, running in off-road series. She eventually competed in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, where she became the first female to win a championship, doing so in the 2013 Junior 2 Karts season.[3][4][5] Deegan became the Modified Kart Regional Champion in 2015 and became the Modified Kart National Champion the following year.[6] She was also named 2016 Lucas Oil Off Road Driver of the Year.[7] She continued to race full-time in the Pro Lite division of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in 2017.[8]

Asphalt racing[edit]

In 2016, Deegan began her transition to asphalt racing by driving legends cars for Rev Racing.[9] In 2017, she made her asphalt late model debut with a pair of CARS Super Late Model Tour starts, first at Tri-County Motor Speedway, and later at Hickory Motor Speedway.[8]

NASCAR[edit]

Deegan was a NASCAR Drive for Diversity member in 2016,[10][11] and she received the NASCAR Diversity Young Racer award the following year.[4] In May 2017, Deegan was one of nine drivers named to the 2017 NASCAR Next class, in which she was both the youngest member and the only female member.[12][13][14] She also became a member of Toyota's driver development program.[15]

2018: K&N Pro Series, first victory[edit]

Deegan awaits to hit the track for K&N Pro Series West practice at Sonoma Raceway.

On January 3, 2018, Deegan was announced as a full-time driver in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West for Bill McAnally Racing (BMR),[16] a team that had won the West Series championship each of the three previous seasons.[17] It was announced that she would also run a part-time schedule for McAnally in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.[16] Deegan was the only female driver who competed full-time in either 2018 K&N Series.[18] Deegan made her debut in the season-opening East Series race at New Smyrna Speedway on February 11,[19] where she started ninth but retired on lap 19 due to mechanical problems.[20] On March 15, Deegan made her West Series debut at Kern County Raceway Park, finishing seventh.[21] Kevin Harvick, NASCAR's 2014 Sprint Cup Series champion (who finished fourth),[21] battled for position with Deegan at the end of the race and was impressed with her performance, saying, "If I had to pick one person to say, 'Alright, that's the person [Kevin Harvick Incorporated] would want to represent and has the most potential,' it would probably be Hailie Deegan. She did really, really well."[22] On May 15, Deegan was announced as a NASCAR Next class member for the second straight year[23] as one of four drivers returning to the program from the previous season.[24] Among those in the 2018–19 class, she was once again the only woman as well as the youngest member.[25] She scored her first career top-five finish on May 19, finishing fourth at Orange Show Speedway.[26]

Deegan's last lap bump and run on Rouse to score her first K&N West victory

At Sonoma, Deegan qualified third and received her high school diploma during driver introductions.[27][28] She went on to finish seventh in the race, earning her sixth top-ten finish in six West Series races.[29] In her next race at Roseburg, Deegan finished second behind her BMR teammate, Derek Kraus, setting a new mark for her best career finish in the series[30] and tying Kenzie Ruston,[31] Nicole Behar,[31] and Julia Landauer[32] (all of whom are also NASCAR Next alumni)[33][34][35] for the record for best K&N Pro Series finish by a female driver.[36]

At the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Deegan qualified on pole position for the Star Nursery 100, becoming the first woman in NASCAR history to win a pole at the K&N level.[37][38] Despite a shifter issue during the first half of the race, she led 13 laps and equalled her career best result of second in the event.[39] On September 29, Deegan became the first woman to win at the K&N Pro Series level, taking the victory at the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 at Meridian Speedway in Idaho.[40] Deegan passed her BMR teammate Cole Rouse on the final lap,[41] which ended up being the only lap she led throughout the race.[42] Her win was the first for a female in a NASCAR touring race since Shawna Robinson in the now-defunct NASCAR Dash Series.[43] With a sixth-place finish two races later at the K&N West season finale at Kern County, Deegan closed the year by clinching Rookie of the Year honors for the series.[44]

2019: Return to K&N competition, ARCA debut[edit]

Deegan being interviewed before an ARCA Menards Series race at Madison International Speedway

Deegan returned to BMR in 2019 for another full and partial schedule in the K&N West and East Series respectively.[45] At the East season-opening race at New Smyrna, qualifying was rained out,[46] allowing Deegan to inherit pole position after setting the fastest practice time.[47][48] Deegan led the first six laps[49] but eventually retired from the race, finishing 16th after suffering a mechanical issue at New Smyrna for the second consecutive year.[50] Prior to the 2019 season, the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway's race date was moved to serve as the season-opening race for the West Series.[51] Deegan earned her second career K&N Pro Series win in the event with another last-lap pass, this time on Sunrise Ford Racing's Jagger Jones.[52]

On March 1, 2019, Deegan announced plans to compete in six races for Venturini Motorsports in the ARCA Menards Series.[53] Deegan made her series debut at Toledo in Venturini's No. 55 Toyota Camry on May 19.[54] She ranked 12th in both practice and qualifying,[55] finishing 18th and last after being involved in a crash with Joe Graf Jr.[56] Deegan showed frustration with Graf on social media after the race, declaring she was "done playing nice."[57] At Colorado National Speedway, Deegan earned her third career K&N West win, though some deemed the victory controversial[58] as she spun out Kraus, her teammate, for the win on the final lap.[59][60][61] Deegan took pole position at the following race in Sonoma,[62] though she never led a lap in the race and finished eighth[63] after late-race contact with teammate Lawless Alan.[64]

In August, Deegan made her debut for the DGR-Crosley team at the second K&N East race at Bristol. Despite having originally announced the race as part of her schedule with Venturini,[53] she confirmed she would run the event for DGR in their No. 54 Toyota Camry.[65] At the combined East and West Series race at Gateway later that month, Deegan struggled and only managed a ninth-place finish while also sparking an argument with series veteran Todd Souza. Deegan and Souza made contact late in the race,[66] with Souza calling her driving "disrespectful."[67]

Deegan scored her first ARCA top-five finish in October at Indianapolis Raceway Park.[68] The following weekend, she had a strong performance at Roseville in K&N West, setting the fastest time in both practice sessions,[69] winning the pole,[70] and finishing second in the race.[71] Deegan ended the 2019 season with a fourth-place finish at ISM Raceway, clinching third in the final championship point standings.[72]

2020: Move to Ford, DGR-Crosley[edit]

Deegan switched from Toyota's development driver program to Ford's at the end of 2019, signing a full-time ARCA Menards Series contract with DGR-Crosley,[73] which themselves had announced a move to Ford the previous week.[74] She cited Toyota's lack of available teams relative to their number of drivers as the reason for the switch, explaining, "there's so many Toyota drivers and there's not many seats. I think we made the best decision for my career long-term."[75][76] Deegan's father Brian stated that she will focus on ARCA in 2020 to prepare her for the higher levels of NASCAR.[77]

IMSA[edit]

Deegan's move to Ford in 2020 included a foray into the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge with Multimatic Motorsports. She will run select races in the 2020 series, beginning with the season-opener at Daytona with co-driver Chase Briscoe.[78]

At her debut at Daytona, Deegan and Briscoe finished 43rd out of 51 cars. The pair's No. 22 Ford GT4 ran as high as 15th but developed mechanical problems about three hours into the four-hour event.[79]

Personal life[edit]

Deegan is the daughter of Brian Deegan, a motocross rider, off-road racer, and former X Games athlete.[80] She attended Rancho Christian High School in her hometown of Temecula, California.[81] Deegan currently splits time between her two residences in California and Mooresville, North Carolina.[82]

Motorsports career results[edit]

Career summary[edit]

Season Series Team Car No. Races Wins Top fives Top tens Poles Laps led Position Points Ref
2017 CARS Super Late Model Tour Bond Suss Racing 55 2 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A [83]
2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Bill McAnally Racing 19 6 0 0 0 0 3 20th 142 [84]
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Bill McAnally Racing 19 14 1 5 12 2 40 5th 514 [85]
2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Bill McAnally Racing 19 7 0 0 2 0 6 10th 258 [86]
DGR-Crosley 54 1 0 0 1 0 0
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Bill McAnally Racing 19 14 2 8 11 3 67 3rd 539 [87]
ARCA Menards Series Venturini Motorsports 55 6 0 1 4 0 0 24th 1090 [88]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

K&N Pro Series East[edit]

NASCAR K&N Pro Series East results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NKNPSEC Pts Ref
2018 Bill McAnally Racing 19 Toyota NSM
29
BRI
22
LGY SBO SBO MEM
13
NJM TMP NHA
16
IOW
21
GLN GTW
23
NHA DOV 20th 142 [84]
2019 NSM
16
BRI
16
SBO
10
SBO
12
MEM NHA
11
IOW
12
GLN GTW
9
NHA DOV 10th 258 [86]
DGR-Crosley 54 Toyota BRI
9

K&N Pro Series West[edit]

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NKNPSWC Pts Ref
2018 Bill McAnally Racing 19 Toyota KCR
7
TUS
8
TUS
8
OSS
4
CNS
5
SON
7
DCS
2
IOW
21
EVG
7
GTW
23
LVS
2
MER
1
AAS
7
KCR
6
5th 514 [85]
2019 LVS
1
IRW
5
TUS
3
TUS
15
CNS
1*
SON
8
DCS
3
IOW
12
EVG
7
GTW
9
MER
13
AAS
2
KCR
3
PHO
4
3rd 539 [87]

ARCA Menards Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Menards Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 AMSC Pts Ref
2019 Venturini Motorsports 55 Toyota DAY FIF SLM TAL NSH TOL
18
CLT POC
7
MCH MAD
12
GTW CHI ELK
8
IOW POC ISF DSF SLM IRP
5
KAN
8
24th 1090 [88]

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