Not only is Jeremy Clements famous for being a professional stock car racing driver, but his wife, Cortney Dryden, is also well known and has a mass following on social media as a beauty guru.
Jeremy currently drives the No. 51 Chevrolet Camaro for Jeremy Clements Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
He started his career after debuting in 2003 in Xfinity Series at Pikes Peak International Raceway.
Since then, he has secured two victories at the 2017 Johnsonville 180 and the 2022 Wawa 250.
Before his professional career, the South Carolina-born driver started racing by driving go-karts at eight.
He then shifted to compete in four-cylinder cars in 1999 in both the Modified and Stock Series at Thunder Valley Speedway and Cherokee Speedway.
Jeremy won 55 feature events and secured two track championships over the next three seasons.
Jeremy Clements Wife, Courtney Dryden
The NASCAR driver is married to Courtney Dryden, a fashion blogger who posts videos about style, makeup, and beauty.
According to the wedding registry, The Knot, Jeremy and Courtney exchanged their wedding vows on May 13, 2017.
Although the pair have not had kids, they have a dog called Molly in their family.
Courtney regularly attends his significant other’s race to support and encourage him.
Courtney Dryden (born: April 20, 1988) is a social media influencer and regularly posts on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
She has amassed a following of 101K on Instagram, 561K on TikTok, and 3.7K subscribers on Youtube.
Furthermore, she created her own website, CORT IN SESSION, which sells apparel and outfits.
Moreover, the website also includes articles that share stories of her lifestyle, travel guide, and blogging tips.
According to her website, she also serves as the Director of Marketing and Communication for an Xfinity Series team.
Jeremy Wayne Clements was born on January 16, 1985, in Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States.
The NASCAR driver comes from a family with deep roots in the racing world.
He is the grandson of the famous NASCAR owner and renowned engine builder Crawford Clements.
His grandfather, Crawford, had served as the crew chief for A.J. Foyt when Foyt emerged victorious in the July 4 race at Daytona in 1964.
Crawford introduced Jeremy to racing, but sadly, he passed away from cancer when Jeremy was 12 years old.
Jeremy’s uncle, Louis Clements, was a Championship Crew Chief with Rex White.
Together, they worked for over 25 years through their engine development programs and ownership of race cars.
Moreover, Jeremy’s father, Tony Clements, is the owner of the Jeremy Clements Racing Team, which Jeremy drives for.
Tony handles Clements Automotive, a company that was established by Crawford in 1965.