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Biography of Erin Cocker


PERSONAL
  • Full Name: Erin Cocker
  • Profession: Driver
  • Place of Birth: Wilbraham, Massachusetts
  • Date of Birth: Monday, March 23, 1981
  • Zodiac: Aries
  • Nationality: United States
  • Education: University Lacrosse
BIOGRAPHY
Erin Cocker
Erin Crocker is the last child of five siblings, daughter of William Crocker and Crocker Susan. William Crocker introduce all children to race at a young age. When high school and in college where he was educated in the call Crocker so he followed soccer and tennis. Crocker also follow the races during school.

Crocker first race was held in the age of 7 years at Club Quarter Midget Custom, based in Thompson, Connecticut, and the Silver City Quarter Midget Club of Meriden, Connecticut and he was appointed as a novice who has a rapid progress during the first season of competition. Crocker migrate to win several awards in American regional championships in 1993 and 1996. In 1997, Crocker started driving a Mini Sprint in the City Speedway, Westfield. Crocker became the youngest rider and rider first woman to win a race at the track.

Crocker start his professional racing in 2003 while attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. In 2002 Crocker joined Woodring Racing. Together Woodring Crocker Racing won the race and get "the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Outstanding Newcomer Award". In the following year, he switched to Sprint Dirt 410, and became the first woman to qualify for the Knoxville Nationals. In the year following his success to these, he left Ford and joined Evernham Motorsports driver development program. Crocker married on August 26, 2009 in Las Vegas with his former boss who also is the owner of Ray Evernham team.

NASCAR career that has followed Crocker NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Awards received Crocker Quarter Midgets of the American Female Driver of the Year in 1993 - 1995, Eastern Limited Sprints Rookie of the Year in 1999, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Wild Card Award in 2002, ESS Outstanding Newcomer Award 2002, Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year in 2003, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 410 Rookie of the Year in 2003.

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