12 Facts About Bubba Pollard


Andrew "Bubba" Pollard was born on March 16,1987 and is an American stock car racing driver.


Bubba Pollard currently competes in super late model racing, driving the No 26 Ford for his own team, and part-time in the ARCA Menards Series East, driving the No 17 Ford for DGR-Crosley.


Bubba Pollard is noted as one of the most successful active super late model drivers, winning the All American 400, Rattler 250, World Crown 300 and the 2014 Southern Super Series championship.


Bubba Pollard later said that he does not aspire to move up to NASCAR but rather stay in the grassroots feel of the short track community.


Craig won the race, and upon parking his car on pit road after the race, Bubba Pollard was offered a hand gesture by Craig's father.


Bubba Pollard got out of his car and fought Craig's father before local law enforcement separated the two; Bubba Pollard was later fined his $1,500 race winnings and was suspended for the next five CARS Tour events.


In September 2019, Bubba Pollard won his second consecutive Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Motor Speedway, winning $75,000 CAD.


In October 2019, Bubba Pollard ran for JR Motorsports in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300.


The partnership bloomed from Bubba Pollard developing a friendship with JRM late model driver Josh Berry during the 2019 CARS Tour season.


The race was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Bubba Pollard continued racing his super late model through the summer, scoring a Southern Super Series win at Five Flags.


Bubba Pollard traveled to Wisconsin International Raceway for the ARCA Midwest Tour's Dixieland 250 and won his debut race at Citrus County Speedway.


Outside of his racing career, Bubba Pollard is a construction worker.