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Damon Lusk was born on 18 September, 1977 in Kennewick, WA, is an American racing driver. Discover Damon Lusk's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 43 years old?
|Age||44 years old|
|Born||18 September 1977|
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Damon Lusk Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Driver|
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In 2007, Lusk was scheduled to run part-time in the Nextel Cup Series in James Hylton's No. 58 Chevrolet, but the team did not attempt any races after failing to qualify for that year's Daytona 500 with Hylton driving. Lusk competed in the ARCA 200 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 10, 2007, and at the Michigan ARCA 200 in ARCA Racing Series but did not attempt to qualify for any Cup Series races in 2007.
In 2006, he drove in the last five races of the season for Woodard Racing (replacing Boston Reid), with a best finish of 17th at Atlanta Motor Speedway and finished 41st in points.
In 2006, he was scheduled to compete at 2nd Pocono race, in No. 64 Chevrolet for Dan Kinney but he also withdrew.
In 2005, Lusk was hired by Premier Motorsports, and planned to drive the No. 85 House Hunter Chevrolet for 20 races. However, the team was greatly underfunded, and failing to qualify for his first three races in the car, he was replaced by John Hayden (although Lusk returned to attempt one more race in July, failing to qualify for that one as well).
BACE Motorsports asked Lusk drive the No. 74 Outdoor Channel Chevy for a limited schedule in 2004. In the series finale at Homestead-Miami in 2003 (a trial race), Lusk finished 18th.
With the team debut behind them, Lusk and BACE looked forward to 2004. In his first three starts with the team, Lusk finished 21st at Daytona, 24th at Rockingham and 25th at Darlington. But with BACE needing results and sponsorship, veteran Tony Raines moved into the No. 74 for the rest of 2004.
In 2004, Lusk was scheduled to run two races (the 2nd Fontana and 2nd Charlotte races) in the Nextel Cup Series, driving thr No. 62 SWAT Fitness Club Chevrolet for Larry Hollenbeck team but he withdrew from both events.
In 2003, Sta-Rite agreed to a 10-race deal with Baldwin's team. Lusk's first start came at Daytona International Speedway, where Lusk improved on his career best finish with a 21st. He was 22nd two weeks later at Las Vegas. At Texas Motor Speedway, Lusk was involved in a first-lap crash, relegating 43rd. For the rest of 2003, Lusk had a solid season. He was 18th at Loudon. He was 12th at Michigan. Despite being a rookie, he only wrecked twice. His average finish was 25.5.
In 2002, Lusk was contacted Tommy Baldwin, Jr., a NEXTEL Cup Series who wanted to form a Busch Series team. Baldwin had driver Wally Dallenbach Jr. in for a few races. Lusk brought West Virginia Dept. of Tourism sponsorship to the No. 6 at Richmond International Raceway for the September 2002 race. Lusk qualified the No. 6 in 25th position. However, Lusk was involved in an early wreck and finished 42nd. Lusk made another start at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Driving the No. 6 Sta-Rite Pumps/Cow Tales Dodge, Lusk started last, 43rd on the field. However, Lusk drove like a veteran and by the end of the day finished in 22nd position.
In 2001, Damon drove the No. 37 BayPak Ford at Texas Motor Speedway for his first Truck Series start; he started 21st and finished a solid 11th-place.
Lusk competed in 53 ARCA Racing Series events between 2000 and 2009. He had 2 wins, 10 Top-5, 24 Top-10 and 2 pole-positions.
In 1999, Jimmy Spencer invited Lusk to drive the No. 12 AOL Chevy at Pikes Peak. He started dead last, but was able to improve enough to complete all but 8 laps, and finished the race in 34th position.
Lusk competed in 21 NASCAR Southwest Series events from 1998 until 1999. He had 4 Top-5, 9 Top-10 and 1 pole-position.
Lusk competed in 28 NASCAR Northwest Series events from 1997 until 1999. He had 4 Top-5 and 9 Top-10.
Damon Lusk (born September 18, 1977) is a stock car racer. Lusk entered NASCAR in 1999, when he drove the AOL/Kleenex Chevy for three races in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Northwest Series. He qualified on the outside pole at Portland Speedway, and after three starts, he attracted the eye of Jimmy Spencer.