Ricky Rudd Net Worth $25 Million
Retired American NASCAR driver Ricky Rudd comes with an estimated net worth of $25 million. Nicknamed “The Rooster,” he started racing go karts and motorbikes while he was still a teen. The teenager then changed to stock car racing when he was already eighteen years old. In 1975, the teenager made his NASCAR debut at the North Carolina Speedway while driving the #10 Ford for family pal Bill Champion. The Iron Man made ten top-ten finishes and was named Rookie of the Year. Throughout the next season, he was made to run part time as a result of limited backing from 1st National City Travelers Checks. Despite the specific situation, he still earned four top-tens and ended 31st in points. In 2007, after 32 years of NASCAR career, Ricky Rudd announced his retirement. Currently, he’s living a quiet life at his home in Cornelius, North Carolina. Upon his retirement, he was inducted in the 2007 Virginia Hall of Fame. In 2010, the teenager was chosen to the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame. On February 7, 2012, he signed as an analyzer for the SPEED Center, a Speed Station weekend show. In 1981, Rudd signed with DiGard Motorsports and drove the #88 Gatorade automobile. During his racing career in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, he had twenty three triumphs with 374 Top Ten finishes and twenty-nine poles. In 1983, the teenager has raced in the Nationwide Series and had one triumph with one Top Ten finish.