Kyle Petty Net Worth

By | August 24, 2016

NASCAR participator Kyle Petty has overall net worth of $40 million estimated in 2016. Kyle Eugene Petty was born in 1960, married to Morgan Petty, find his salary, children to siblings details. On 2nd June 1960 in North Carolina, USA stock car racing driver Kyle Eugene Petty was born. He had left footprints at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with his superb performances. Currently this Kyle Petty is busy with NBC television and is analysis of pre and post race shows are superb.

Kyle Petty

Name Kyle Eugene Petty
Net Worth $40 Million
Source of Income Racing Car Driver
Annual Salary $4 Million
Monthly Income $333,000
Weekly Income $83,000
Daily Income $11,800
Awards Years
NASCAR USG Person of the Year 1998, 2000
NASCAR Illustrated Person of the Year 1999, 2000
National Motorsports Press Association Myers Brothers Award 2000, 2004
Birth Date June 2, 1960
Ethnicity American
Height 1.88 m
Wife Morgan Petty

For Turner Network Television or TNT this Kyle petty was a colour commentator and covered NASCAR from the year 2006 to 2014. His father Richard Lee Petty was a popular NASCAR driver who won NASCAR Championships for seven times. His son Adam petty who died in the year 2000 was also a racing driver. It must be noted that this Kyle Petty was an ex-CEO of Petty Enterprises and # 45 Dodge Charger was driven by him for Petty Enterprises. At the age of just 18 Kyle Petty made his stock car debut and also won the very first race. By winning the race he became the youngest ever person to win major league stock car race. The year 1980 turned to be superb for him as he made 15 starts in the #42 and came in the top ten for six times. The year 1981 saw him finish in the top ten for ten times and on this year he initially began with his dads #43 and later drove his #42.



In the year 1985 he was sponsored by Wood Brothers Racing formed by Leonard Wood and Glen Wood. In 1987 Kyle Petty was sponsored by Citgo petroleum corporation that deals in refining, marketing of lubricants, petrochemicals etc. He did not qualify for 12 races in the year 2001 but the year 2002 was great for him and he qualified for every race. This Kyle Petty started Victory Junction Gang Camp to honor his son Adam Petty who had passed away and this is for the benefit of terminally ill kids.

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