How rich is Tony Stewart?
Tony Stewart Net Worth:
|Birth date:||May 20, 1971|
|Birth place:||Columbus, Indiana, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Weight:||180 lbs (81.65 kg)|
|Profession:||Race car driver, Radio personality|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Parents:||Nelson Stewart, Pam Boas|
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Anthony Wayne Stewart was produced on May 20, 1971 in Columbus, Indiana. From an extremely early age, Tony loved racing, first in go carts – where he won a World Karting Association tournament in 1987 – and increasingly in more strong race cars as he got older. Tony’s early successes continued to get him in larger racing series as well as in 1997 he joined the Indy Racing League (IRL). Tony started getting the interest of stock car race car owners, including Joe Gibbs, a former professional football league trainer, who possessed a race team.
Tony Stewart Net Worth $70 Million
Gibbs encouraged Tony to race for him and finally signed him to race full time in stock car, even though the racer continued to be involved in other classifications. Tony did well enough for Gibbs to encourage him to the very best classification, Sprint Cars, in 1999, and he won three races in his rookie campaign and completed in 4th in the last tournament standings. The exact same year Tony became the only racer to engage in the Coca-Cola 500 (Spring Auto) and Indianapolis 500 (IRL) in the exact same day. Tony completed both races in the top 10.
Tony is the sole driver in the annals of racing to win both IndyCar and Nascar tournaments. His competitive racing and heated temper made him a fan favourite as he became among the hottest race car drivers on the planet. He’d continue to win the Sprint NASCAR Championship a third time in the year 2012 and continues to be one of the most successful and popular racers on the planet. A multi-car crash in a sprint car race caused Tony to beak his leg in August 2013 driving him to break his 521 straight NASCAR race run and putting him out of competition for the tournament that year.