Austin Louis Cindric is an American professional racing driver who competes full-time for Team Penske in the #2 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Cup Series. Cindric was born in 1983. 2015 was his first year in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series; the following year he placed third, which earned him promotion to the Xfinity Series.
Before she started competing in stock car racing, Cindric competed in a variety of other types of auto racing such as the Road to Indy ladder, sports cars and the Global RallyCross Championship. He also triumphed in the 2022 Daytona 500 and in the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship.
Austin drove the #99 car for Cunningham Motorsports in its first race in the ARCA Racing Series, held at the Iowa Speedway in July 2015 and dubbed #ThisIsMySpeedway 150.
The auto racer began his career in the state of North Carolina, where he competed in semi-professional Legends cars and bandolero competitions. After enrolling at Skip Barber Racing School to gain road racing experience, he competed in the US F2000 National Championship in 2013 and 2014. The 2014 competition took place in both years.
|Full name||Austin Louis Cindric|
|Date of birth||September 2, 1998|
|Place of birth||Columbus, Ohio, USA|
|profession||Professional car racer.|
|successes||2022 Daytona 500 champion
2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champions
2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Regular Season Champion
|Height||6 feet 4 inches|
|parents||Tim Cindric (father)
Megan Cindric (mother)
|social media platforms||@austincindric (Instagram)
@Austin Cindric (Facebook)
Who is Austin Cindric’s wife? Recent developments in his dating life as well as his relationship
As of 2022, auto racer Austin Cindric, currently 24, appears to be unrelated and has no wife. The identity of Cindric’s partner is something that many fans are curious about, but the NASCAR driver is coy about making that information public.
Austin doesn’t seem to be dating anyone who might become his bride anytime soon, so he doesn’t currently have a girlfriend. The racer’s Instagram feed is packed with pictures from his personal life, career and achievements.
The racing star appears to be actively sharing pictures with his 37,000 followers on Instagram, a social networking platform. He uses the handle @austincindric and his account has been legally validated. He has posted more than 694 times.
Other than that, there don’t appear to be any other photos to prompt his admirers to speculate as to whether or not Austin is romantically involved with a woman. Based on this data, it seems that he has no partner.
However, it is not excluded that the professional racer is involved in a love affair with another person and simply hides this fact. However, due to the fact that Austin has not made any comments on the matter, we cannot make it explicit. It seems Cindric is currently focused on his professional life and doesn’t want anything to distract him from his work.
Austin Cindric, son of Tim and Megan Cindric
The world-famous racing driver was born to his parents on September 2, 1998 in Columbus, Ohio. He is the grandson of former IndyCar team owner and Red Roof Inn founder Jim Trueman, and the son of Team Penske CEO Tim Cindric. He has a long family history in the racing industry.
Cindric, now 24, received his diploma from Cannon School on May 18, 2017, just hours before he competed in the Truck Series event at nearby Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Austin’s father, who came from a similar business background, was unwaveringly supportive of his son throughout his life. Tim was Austin’s greatest motivator throughout their relationship, and he was an invaluable resource to Austin as he pursued a future in professional auto racing. It seems that the relationship that exists between a father and a son cannot be repeated.
In 2017, Austin has a chat with his father before his game begins.
In addition to being a top-notch racer, Austin loves to experiment in the kitchen. Austin thinks his mother is an excellent cook and he learned to cook from her. It’s widely accepted that Austin is one of the best racers in the world. Within two years, Cindric competed in a total of 25 NASCAR Cup Series events and won the 2022 Daytona 500.
In August 2017, he competed in the Xfinity Series race, held in association with Team Penske at Road America. Cindric took over from Brad Keselowski during final practice of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup at Atlanta Motor Speedway on the series’ Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 weekend because Keselowski was experiencing flu-like symptoms. Cindric’s replacement was necessary because Keselowski was competing in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500.
Is there anyone else in the Cindric family other than Austin? The rest about his family
It appears Austin is the only child of Team Penske President Tim Cindic and Megan Cindric, Tim’s wife. Because of this, the famous racer has no siblings. It seems he grew up in a wealthy family with a history in business and his father was always there to encourage him in his adventure.
The fact that NASCAR star Austin’s family has seemed unwaveringly supportive of him makes it likely that he will work hard to make a name for himself in the racing industry. Austin had the advantage of having a parent who worked in the same field as he did, which made it much easier for Austin to gain a full understanding of his chosen profession.
Before winning the 2022 Daytona 500, Austin competed in a number of NASCAR racing series including the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Pirelli World Challenge, ARCA and others.
The 24-year-old racer was one of five drivers who contributed to his father’s Penske organization and won the 2017 Xfinity Series Owners’ Championship. The other four drivers were Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano and Ryan Blaney Jr. Sam Hornish Jr. was the fifth driver.
Currently, Cindric is a full-time member of Team Penske and competes in the NASCAR Cup Series. Additionally, Austin competed as a full-time driver for Brad Keselowski Racing in the 2017 Camping World Truck Series. Keselowski is a driver for Penske, and Austin was a member of the team he was on.
In North Carolina, Cindric began his racing career in semi-professional Legends cars and Bandolero events. He competed in the US F2000 National Championship in 2013 and 2014 after enrolling at Skip Barber Racing School to gain road racing experience. With the best seventh place in the season finale, he drove for Andretti Autosport in 2013 and finished 17th in the points classification. He joined Pabst Racing Services in 2014 and finished 14th overall with a podium finish in second place on the oval at Lucas Oil Raceway. With a Porsche 944 he took part in a race in historic sports car racing and won it.
Cindric started racing in the Global RallyCross Championship Lites in 2014 and won the bronze medal at the X Games Austin that year. He made his debut with Racers Edge Motorsports in the IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge at Road Atlanta in October, finishing 17th with co-driver David Levine. During the year he was accepted into the Porsche North American Junior Academy. Cindric drove the No. 63 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG for Erebus Motorsport at the 2015 12 Hours of Bathurst at the age of 17, becoming the youngest competitor at the event. Cindric finished 21st overall and 8th in his class. He has been a regular participant in the CTSCC since 2015, driving for Multimatic Motorsports with co-driver Jade Buford. He became the youngest (age 17) winner of the series when he took first place in the CTSCC event at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in July. He competed in the 2016 Pirelli World Challenge as the No. 6 McLaren driver for K-PAX Racing.
Stock Car Racing
Truck and regional series
Cindric made his NASCAR debut in the Camping World Truck Series driving the #29 Ford F-150 for Brad Keselowski Racing in Martinsville as a replacement for Austin Theriault, who was still recovering from his Las Vegas injury. Cindric made his ARCA Racing Series debut in July 2015 at the #ThisIsMySpeedway 150 at Iowa Speedway driving the #99 for Cunningham Motorsports. Cindric started and finished fourth in the race.
In addition to competing in the Pirelli World Challenge, he also competed in two K&N Pro Series East races with Martin-McClure Racing and Brad Keselowski Racing’s No. 2 F-150 at Dover International Speedway in 2016. At Virginia International Raceway and Watkins Glen International, he won both of his K&N East starts. Later in the year he won his first ARCA race at Kentucky Speedway. At Talladega in October of that year, Cindric made her debut on the restricted circuit, finishing 20th. Cindric will compete full-time in the Truck Series in 2017, BKR announced in November 2016.
He won starting position for the only road race of the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Cindric led most of the laps that day, but due to different strategies, he finished second behind Kaz Grala on the final lap. Cindric, riding on fresher tires, collided with Grala and spun the number 33. In the Brad Keselowski Racing team’s final season, Cindric won and secured a place in the playoffs. Grala claimed he was run over, but Cindric downplayed his action, calling it a “last resort” and arguing that demands for a playoff spot justified it. Other drivers such as Justin Allgaier and Christopher Bell strongly disapproved of the action. Cindric was competing in a Global Rallycross race a week after the Mosport incident and crashed with Scott Speed as they left a joker lap. Speed then got into a verbal altercation, which once again infuriated the NASCAR community on social media.