Todd Parrott is an American stock car racing crew chief who is well known for being the son of crew chief Buddy Parrott.
Parrott is best known for his work at Robert Yates Racing as Dale Jarrett’s crew chief on the No. 88 Ford and has won 29 races together along with the 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship and has worked with high-profile racers like Ernie Irvan, Elliott Sadler, and David Gilliland.
Todd has the record of the second most-winning active crew chief in the Cup Series as of May 2020 which is tied with Paul Wolfe. They both have 31 wins and are behind Chad Knaus who has a total win of 81.
Todd is currently crew chief for their No. 78 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in the NASCAR Cup Series and works for B. J. McLeod Motorsports.
Todd Parrott Early Life (Age, Birthplace, and Parents)
Todd Parrott was born on February 9, 1964, in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, to his parents; father, Buddy Parrott, crew chief of Richard Petty. His mother’s name is Judy Parrott.
Todd is 59 years old. His educational background has not been made public.
Todd Parrott Wife and Children
Todd Parrott was previously married to Debbie Parrot with whom he had two sons; Tyler Parrott and Chandler Parrott. After the divorce with Debbie, Todd got married to Billie Jo Kiser on April 6, 2012. The couple is blessed with a daughter, Lola Jo Parrott and he also has a step-son Ayden.
Todd Parrott Net Worth and Income
According to the information on the online media outlets, the total net worth of Todd Parrot is estimated to be USD $ 8 million. His income comes directly from his race and is said to have owned various expensive cars in his personal collection.
Todd Parrott’s Career and Racing
Todd Parrott Career (Yates Racing)
Todd Parrott started his career in 1995 as the crew chief of Ernie Irvan at Yates Racing on the new #88 Ford. He then became the crew chief for Dale Jarrett in the following year and the duo won the 1999 Cup Series championship.
Then, Todd went on to work with several Yates drivers such as Elliott Sadler and Travis Kvapil in the early 2000s. Todd left Yates Racing to join Petty Enterprises in 2006 but then again returned back to Yates in the same year to work with rookie David Gilliland. Hw worked at the Yates until 2009 and was included in Hall of Fame Racing, a satellite team to Yates Racing.
Parrott’s Career (After Yates Racing)
Todd worked at the speedway program in the Research and Development department of Roush Fenway Racing in 2011and became crew chief of Matt Kenseth but was released midway through the season. He then was indefinitely suspended due to failing to meet NASCAR’s substance abuse policy on October 17, 2013. He was later released on October 21 by Richard Petty Motorsports.
From 2014 to 2017, Todd worked as the crew chief for Tommy Baldwin Racing, Richard Childress Racing, Circle Sport, and Leavine Family Racing.
In 2018, he moved to Premium Motorsports to crew chief their No. 55 car and worked with Ross Chastain, J. J. Yeley, Jeffrey Earnhardt, D. J. Kennington, and Jesse Little. Parrott had temporarily taken a break from being crew chief in 2019 but returned in 2020 as the crew chief for B. J. McLeod Motorsports.
Wiki and Facts
|Birth Date||February 9, 1964|
|Birth Place||Charlotte, North Carolina, USA|
|Occupation||Sportsperson (Crew chief)|
|Father’s Name||Buddy Parrott|
|Siblings||Brad Parrott (Brother)|
|Spouse||Debbie Parrott (Former)Billie Jo Kiser (2012-present)|
|Children||4 (Tyler Parrot, Chandler Parrott, Lola Jo Parrot, Ayden)|
|Awards||Won several races.|
|Net Worth||USD $ 8 million|
|Social Media||Twitter @toddparott, Facebook @todd.parrott.90, Instagram @toddparrott|
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