Robert Hight is a race car driver from the United States. Robert Hight is a drag racer that competes in the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA). He is a member of John Force Racing, which won the NHRA title in 2009 with a total of 2,547 points.
Childhood and Early Years
Robert Hight was born on August 20, 1969, in California, United States of America. He is 51 years old and was born under the zodiac sign of Leo. He is of American nationality and practices Christianity.
At this time, neither the name nor any information about Robert’s parents is accessible. Similarly, there is no knowledge on his other family members, such as his siblings, cousins, grandparents, or any other relatives, till now. Robert Hight has kept his personal and family life, as well as his past, private and away from the public eye. He also avoids discussing his family in front of the camera and the media.
Robert is a 1994 alumnus of Boston University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering. Hight earned his Master of Arts in East Asian National Security Affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School in 2005.
Professional Life and Career
After many years as a spectator, Robert Hight eventually joined a team. In 1995, he joined John Force Racing as a clutch expert. He was also a crew member until 2005, when he became a driver, collaborating with John Force and Eric Medlen. In his debut season with John Force Racing, Robert finished fifth in points with two victories, four final rounds, and a 28-21 record in 23 starts. Along with JFR, he finished second in points in his second season, with three victories, six final round appearances, and a 35-20 record in 23 starts.
Furthermore, Robert Hight, together with crew chief Mike Neff and co-crew chiefs Jon Schaffer and Jason McCulloch, entered his 13th season driving a Chevrolet Camaro. He started the season at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, driving a car that looked like a California Highway Patrol cruiser. The NHRA Gatornationals, the third event of the season, was the starting point for Robert Hight. He reconnected with Jimmy Prock, the crew chief with whom he had won the 2009 title. It was a slow start at first, but the team eventually came together and won its first No. 1 in June at the New England Nationals at New England Dragway in Epping, N.H.
At the Mile-High Nationals at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado, Robert Hight won the team’s maiden race. This was followed by a triumph at the NHRA Northwest Nationals at Pacific Raceways in Kent, Washington, two weeks later. And, with to excellent qualifying results and excellent races, the team climbed into the top five, eventually reaching second place in the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals before the regular season finished.
More Information on Career
In addition, Robert Hight starred in record-breaking performances, including setting the NHRA’s fastest speed ever – 339.87 mph – in July at Sonoma Raceway in California. At Brainerd International Raceway in Minnesota, the first 3.7-second performance in a Funny Car was achieved — 3.793 seconds. He also has seven of the top ten speeds ever run in Funny Cars at the end of the season, all of which were set in 2017.
Robert Hight started off strong, winning the open class at the NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Concord, N.C., as part of the Countdown to the Championship. It was a triumph in the AAA Texas Fall Nationals at Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas, after a seesaw struggle with defending champion Ron Capps over the next four races. A semifinal appearance in the next to last round in Las Vegas, Nev., also helped Hight gain ground on the competition. He was able to compete in the Auto Club Finals, a points-and-half race held at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona.
Furthermore, after winning his first-round match, Robert Hight was able to claim the title. By finishing second in the race, he was able to extend his advantage to 98 points. Overall, he equaled for the most finals in a season (7) and the fewest ETs (10) of his career, as well as setting career highs in elimination-round victories (45) and top event speeds (13). Robert was able to win four games, which was the most he had won since the year 2014, when he won five. He is also a die-hard Los Angeles Dodgers supporter. Robert was also a star in trap shooting, and he was on the verge of making the United States Olympic team in that sport.
Status of the Relationship
Adria Hight is Robert’s wife. They married in 1999 and have been together ever since. Autumn Danielle is the name of the couple’s daughter. Robert has posted photos of his wife and daughter on her social media profiles. Their small family is ecstatic to be together and to be living life to the fullest. However, very little information on their marriage and family is available to the public.
Robert Hight stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 60 kilograms. His other body measures are 38-32-35 inches for chest, waist, and hips, accordingly. Robert also has blue eyes and blonde hair. He also wears a cap the majority of the time.
Net Worth and Social Media
On all of his social media platforms, Robert Hight is fairly active. Under the username “roberthight7000,” he has an Instagram account. On his Instagram feed, he has so far published 186 posts. Similarly, Robert’s Instagram account has 23K followers. Furthermore, his Twitter handle is “roberthight7000,” and he has 1628 tweets to his credit. On Twitter, he has 19K followers.
Robert Hight has a net worth of $20 million, according to dreshare, and his main source of income is his work as a race car driver.
|Full Name:||Robert Hight|
|Born Date:||20 Aug, 1969|
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|Profession:||Race Car Driver|
|Height:||5 feet 10 inches (1.78m)|
|Body Size||38-32-35 inches|
|Kids||One daughter (Autumn Danielle)|
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