Latest research confirms Elliott Sadler has a net worth of $25 million in 2017. Born as Elliott William Barnes Sadler is a car racing driver – find his salary, wife to family details. In the NASCAR Xfinity Series he drives the Chevrolet Camaro for Dale Earnhardt, Rick Hendrick and Kelley Miller of JR Motorsports. In the NASCAR’s top three series this 1.93m tall Elliott Sadler has won atleast once and is now amongst the 26 drivers who had done that.
|Name||Elliott William Barnes Sadler|
|Net Worth||$25 Million|
|Source of Income||Car Racing Driver|
|Annual Salary||$2 Million|
|NASCAR Nationwide Series Most Popular Driver||2011|
|Birth Date||April 30, 1975|
|Height||1.88 m / 6.2 feet|
It is important to note that Elliott Sadler’s net worth reaches to $25 million and has a brother named Hermie Sadler who is also a stock car racing driver plus a wrestling promoter. At the age of just seven Elliott Sadler took part in go-karts and laser stock car racing. Some of the glorious achievements of this Elliott Sadler are winning the Virginia State Karting Championships in the year 1983-84 and winning the North Carolina Gold Cup in the year 1991-92. Apart from these two he also has more than 200 total wins in car races.
The year 1982 saw the inaugural Winston racing series and at the age of 18 in the year 1993 he went to this series and stunned many with his first win. In the year 1995 at the South Boston Speedway Elliott Sadler was crowned track champion. The amazing point to be noted is this Elliott Sadler also took part in other games like basketball, baseball, football, golf etc. It must be noted that he was recruited by as many as 20 universities to play college basketball. The knee injury he got turned his career from a basketball player to a racer. It was in the year 1999 this Sadler became full time professional and for the Wood Brothers racing team he drove Ford Taurus of number 21. In the year 2009 Sadler married a beautiful lady Amanda and they are blessed with two children. This Elliott Sadler is involved in a charity named ’’Autism Speaks’’ and this was founded by Bob Wright and Suzanne Wright.