Carson Ware Biography – Wiki
Carson Ware is an American professional series car racing driver. He competes part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 17 Chevrolet Camaro for Rick Ware Racing. He faces charges of assault on a woman, simple battery, and personal property injury. Rowan County Sheriff’s records show he received a $ 1,000 bond. He has also competed in the ARCA Menards Series and the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. He is the son of Rick Ware and brother of Cody Ware.
Carson Ware is 21-years-old.
Charged & Arrested
NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Carson Ware was arrested on Wednesday, October 20. According to Rowan County (N.C.) public records, he faces charges of assault on a woman, simple assault, and personal property damage. Rowan County Sheriff’s records show he received a $ 1,000 bond.
SS Green Light Racing has indefinitely suspended Ware following the arrest. The 21-year-old son of car owner Rick Ware was set to drive the number 17 SS Green Light Racing during the Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, October 23. Garrett Smithley will now replace him.
“This morning we learned of a situation involving Carson Ware,” SS Green Light Racing said in a statement. “After getting more information, we have suspended Carson Ware indefinitely as a driver at SS Green Light Racing. We take this matter very seriously and will continue to monitor the situation as the facts come to light. Right now, Garrett Smithley will be the 17th inning driver at Kansas Speedway. ”
“This morning I was notified of a situation involving Carson Ware,” Rick Ware said in a statement. “At this time, Carson has been suspended indefinitely by SS Green Light Racing and NASCAR. While I am frustrated by Carson’s actions, I am even more disappointed by Bobby Dotter and his entire team. Bobby has been a great ally over the years and I hate seeing SS Green Light Racing under scrutiny for actions that do not reflect the reputation and image that Bobby has worked hard to uphold over the years. My hope is that Carson gets the help he needs during this difficult time.
NASCAR Also Took Action After the Arrest
NASCAR confirmed FOX Sportswriter Bob Pockrass and other members of the media that it indefinitely suspended Ware following the Oct. 20 arrest. According to NBC Sports, the NASCAR rule book states that a NASCAR member can receive an indefinite suspension for the following:
“Being charged or convicted of significant criminal violations (eg, domestic violence, traffic, assault), or having had determinations issued by criminal or civil authorities that, in NASCAR’s judgment, require action. NASCAR will not pre-judge guilt or innocence in the criminal or civil legal system, or the guilt or innocence of the Member, but will review each matter in its own context and circumstances and with respect to its potential effects on the sport.
Ware Has Made 9 Combined Starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series
The North Carolina native made his Xfinity Series debut during the 2020 season, preparing for three races. He controlled entry No. 07 for SS Green Light Racing during races at Bristol Motor Speedway, Homestead-Miami Speedway, and Pocono Raceway. His best finish was 20th at Pocono on June 28.
Ware returned to the Xfinity Series in 2021 and made six starts in the first 30 weeks. He drove the 17th entry at Pocono Raceway, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, and Bristol Motor Speedway. Ware also made starts at entrances No. 74 and No. 52 at Darlington Raceway and Las Vegas Motor Speedway, respectively.
Ware also made a start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series during the 2019 season. He was driving the No. 33 Reaume Brother Racing Toyota at Phoenix Raceway and finished 33rd after an electrical problem caused his day to end early.