Michael Waltrip Net Worth

By | August 23, 2016

Car racing driver Michael Waltrip has overall net worth is $35 million dollars. His full name is Michael Curtis Waltrip was married with Elizabeth Franks, find his salary to family details. Michael Curtis Waltrip , born in the year 1963 in Kentucky USA  is an acclaimed stock car racing driver. He is not only a veteran racing driver but also a commentator in racings and a published author. Michael Waltrip , like his younger brother who too was NASCAR champion thrice, is a 2 times Daytona 500 champion. At present he drives in the Toyota Camry number 55 for premium motor sports in the NASCAR Sprint CUP SERIES.

Michael Waltrip net worth

Name Michael Curtis Waltrip
Net Worth $35 Million
Source of Income Race car driver
Annual Salary $2 Million
Monthly Income $166,000
Weekly Income $41,500
Daily Income $5,900
Award Years
Darlington Dash Series Most Popular Driver 1983 & 1984
Birth Date April 30, 1963
Ethnicity N/A
Height 1.96 m
Weight 95 kg
Wife Elizabeth Buffy Franks (1993–10)

It is estimated that Michael Waltrip has a net bank balance of 35 million dollar. Being the co owner of Waltrip racing, he has an additional income. WALTRIP married Elizabeth Franks in 1993, however they are no more together, have divorced. Waltrip already has a daughter from his previous relationship before Elizabeth.

From his autobiography, ‘ In the blink of an eye ‘ he mentioned that he started his career at an early age of 15 and his career got a boost when he was driving for the mini modified division track championship  at the Kentucky Motor Speedway. After this successful racing, he took to his next target which was the Goody’s Dash Series and there he emerged victorious as the most popular race driver.

In the Coca Cola 600 he debuted as the first cup winner of a series. He was 28th in that race. He also started driving for Busch Series and he finished in the first top 5 in the country time Lemonade at 30.later he joined wood brother racing and drove their NO. 21 Citgo sponsored Ford. Again his fortune shone with a Pennzoil as his sponsor and he won the Winston Open. His last race was GEICO 500 in 2017 and his last win was 2003 EA sports 500. Among the awards that he had 1983 Darlington Dash series and he was also the Gatorade Duel winner. His commendable finish was in 2004 where he finished at 61 st.

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