|Date of Birth:||1956, September 9|
|Age:||62 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Jeffrey Hammond|
|Famous Name||Jeff Hammond|
|Currently Working For||Fox Sports|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Married to||Sharon Hammond (m. 1981)|
Sports Emmy Award Nominee Jeff Hammond is an American NASCAR personality. Currently, he serves as a commentator for NASCAR’s coverage on Fox Sports Network. He is also a successful business person. He is a partial owner of Red Horse Racing, a Camping World Truck Series racing team.
Hammond is married to his wife Sharon Hammond for almost 38 years. Currently, his net worth is approximately $5 million.
As of 2019, Jeff Hammond has an estimated net worth around $5 million. Though he has not revealed the exact salary from NASCAR's coverage on Fox Sports, his yearly income from the job is assumed the six digit figure.
Furthermore, he is a partial owner of a Camping World Truck Series racing team, Red Horse Racing, based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is also a source of revenue which adds tremendous value to his net worth.
His works, experiences, expertise boosting his net worth per day.
Hammond personal life as perfect as his professional career. He celebrated his wedding with Sharon Hammond along with peer, relatives, and friends in 1981. Before marriage, the duo dated for several years.
It is all about 38 years of their marriage and still they are going strong in their relationship. There is no any issue arise of divorce and separation between them. However, there is no any info about their children.
Besides his wife Sharron, Hammond never engaged in an extramarital affair with anyone. He has proved himself as a loyal and caring husband.
Hammond is a regular contributor to the online column on Foxsports.com where his admirers and followers can post and write in questions
Unlike other celebs, Hammond never has been the part of the controversy.
Hammond was born under full name Jeffrey “Jeff” Hammond on September 9, 1956, in Charlotte, North Carolina United States of America. This veteran persona holds an American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
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Jeff went to North Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte and named 1973-74 High School Prep Football All-American as a cornerback. Upon high school graduation, Hammond attended East Carolina University where he played football for Pat Dye until he underwent with a career-ending injury in 1975.
Hammond began his career in 1974 as a tire changer but later started working as a Jackman. In 1982, he was promoted to the crew chief at Junior Johnson Motorsports for Darrell Waltrip and manages to win his second consecutive championships.
The Hammond and Waltrip duo became the top driver-crew chief in NASCAR, winning 43 races in the 1980s and including the 1985 Winston Cup championships.
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Later on, the duo established a Waltrip Motorsports in 1991. However, they could be continued their good performance as they showed in the 1980s. Then, Jeff Hammond worked as a crew chief with the Kurt Bush
Until retirement, Hammond worked with four NASCAR championships in his career.
In 2001, Hammond started his career as broadcasters along with Waltrip for Fox Sports’ coverage of NASCAR.
From 2001 to 2013, Hammond worked as an analyst for Fox NASCAR Sunday alongside with Chris Myers and Darrell Waltrip.
Currently, he works as an analyst for NASCAR Race Hub.