Jessica Sautter is a Content Writer for CarInsuranceCompanies.com with a Bachelor’s Degree from Eastern Michigan University in Elementary Education with a Major in Reading and a Minor in Mathematics.

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Chris Harrigan has an economic degree from Limestone College and an MBA from Clemson University. He previously managed auto insurance claims for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Currently, he is using his business and insurance expertise to provide insurance data analysis and visualizations to enhance the user experience.

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Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 29, 2020

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Car racing has always been a favorite American pastime. Movies — like Talladega Nights, Cars, and The Fast and Furious franchise — demonstrate that Americans love fast cars.

But what would it be like if the action and speed of the race track were actually lived in real life? What would happen if NASCAR drivers’ crash rates happened on an average road? How would that affect their car insurance rates?

We have answers! We calculated how much 24 different NASCAR drivers’ insurance rates would increase based on their crash frequency in the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (now dubbed the NASCAR Monster Cup Series).

If you would like information on the 2017 NASCAR Monster Cup Series, the race schedule can be found here, and the participating drivers are listed here as well.

We narrowed our findings down to the top 10 NASCAR drivers’ rates based on crash frequency. Click here to review our methodology.

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Top 10 NASCAR Drivers for Crash Frequency and Their Insurance Rates

#10 – Matt DiBenedetto

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