An American professional stock car racing driver, Noah Gragson’s sister Addie Gragson was born on the same date and is her twin sister.
Noah Quinn Gragson was born on July 15, 1998, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Noah was into racing from an early age, and finally, at the age of 13, he started racing Bandoleros at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
In 2015, Gragson begin racing in the ARCA Racing Series with Mason Mitchell Motorsports, where he qualified eighth and finished in 14th place.
He participates in the NASCAR Cup Series on a full-time basis, piloting the Legacy Motor Club No. 42 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
Prior to this, he raced full-time for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series from 2017 to 2018, then for JR Motorsports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series from 2019 to 2022.
On May 7, 2023, Gragson approached Ross Chastain about a racing incident in which they were involved in which Gragson smacked the outside wall shortly after placing 29th at Kansas.
A fist battle broke out between the riders after Gragson shoved Chastain, and the latter responded by punching him in the face.
Noah Gragson Twin Sister Addie Gragson
Noah Gragson Sister Addie is a young lady who is trying to pursue her career in modeling.
The racer pursued car racing as his profession, while his sister, Addie, became a professional model and pursued modeling as her career.
Apart from her modeling career, she is also a good student who completed her graduation from SMU Cox School of Business in 2021.
Addie regularly shares photos of her travels, daily life, and friends on her Instagram account, @addiegragson.
She also has a personal account, the username @filmbyaddie, where she shares photos from her life.
Parents Of The Twins
Noah Gragson and Addie Gragson were born to their father, Scott Gragson, and mother, Jill Gragson.
The twins grew up with Scott, who is a multimillionaire and loving mother.
According to sources, their great-grandfather Oran K. Gragson was a mayor of Las Vegas and is known for removing corruption levels and ending racism in casinos.
Oran K. Gragson also holds the record for being the longest-serving mayor in the history of Las Vegas.
Scott Gragson was a businessman and a real estate agent who provided financial support for his son’s racing career.
However, in 2019, Scott was involved in a fatal car crash. He drank alcohol for about five hours at a charity golf event and drove his SUV, and crashed into a row of trees.
The accident killed Melissa Newton, a passenger in his car, and seriously injured two other passengers, one of whom sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Scott admitted to one count of driving under the influence of alcohol and one count of driving under the influence resulting in an accident.
As a result, in 2020, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to eight to 20 years in prison.