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Danica Patrick Net Worth

Danica Patrick Net Worth

Net Worth: $18 Million

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Race Car Driving, Promotional modeling
  • Birth Place Beloit, Wisconsin, United States
  • Height 5' 2" (1.57 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Paul Edward Hospenthal)
  • Full Name Danica Sue Patrick
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth March 25, 1982
  • Ethnicity Irish, Norwegian
  • Weight 99.21 lbs (45 kg)
  • Occupation Race Car Driver
  • Education Hononegah High School
  • Children None
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About Danica Patrick

American auto racing driver, model and advertising spokeswoman, Danica Patrick, has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Patrick began racing go-karts with her sister at age 10 and dropped out of high school to advance her racing career in England. It was there that she finished second at the Formula Ford Festival, the highest-ever finish by either a woman or an American in the event. In 2002, Patrick signed with Rahal- Letterman Racing, which is co-owned by former driver Bobby Rahal and talk show host David Letterman. During the next two years, Patrick achieved moderate success and was a consistent finisher on the podium, but never won a race.

Danica rose through the ranks of assorted racing leagues, and by 2002, she was able to secure a spot with Team Rahal Letterman of the Indy Racing League. For two years, she trained in lesser leagues, getting her senses of speed and timing right. Once Danica became the first woman to win a pole position and post a podium result in the Toyota Atlantic racing series, her bosses at Rahal Letterman Racing promoted her to IndyCar. Danica Patrick made headlines as the only woman in this exclusive league, and was in contention throughout her 2005 rookie year. At the Indy 500 in May 2005, she was the center of attention, becoming the fastest driver during the pole runs and entering the record books as the first woman to ever lead the Indy 500 (she led for 19 laps). In April 2008, Danica Patrick became the first female to win an IndyCar Series race.

 

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Danica Patrick's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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Earnings 2014 N/A
Earnings 2014

Annual career prize money earned in Nationwide Series as of March 2014

$50,000
Earnings 2014

Career Prize money earned in 2014 ( Sprint Cup Series) as of March 2014

$724,500
Asset 2014

The value of Patrick and her husband's Ancala, Scottsdale home

$4,060,000
Earnings 2013 $15 Million
Sponsorship 2013

Endorsement earnings in 2013

$3,000,000
Asset 2013

The value of her Lamborghini Gallardo

$202,000
Earnings 2013

Annual career prize money earned in Nationwide Series

$57,000
Contract 2013

She signed a five-year $100 million contract with Stewart Haas Racing

$100,000,000
Earnings 2013

Career Prize money earned in 2013 ( Sprint Cup Series)

$3,530,000
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Earnings 2012 N/A
Earnings 2012

Career Prize money earned in 2012 ( Sprint Cup Series)

$1,050,000
Earnings 2012

Annual career prize money earned in Nationwide Series

$760,000
Sponsorship 2012

Earnings from NASCAR and endorsements which include Go Daddy, Coke Zero and Tissot watches

$12,000,000
Earnings 2011 $12 Million
Salary 2011

Annual career prize money earned in Nationwide Series

$320,700
Earnings 2010 $12 Million
Earnings 2010

Annual career prize money earned in Nationwide Series

$330,800
Earnings 2009 $7 Million
Earnings 2007 $5 Million
Earnings 2007

Career Prize money earned in 2007 (Indycar)

$1,180,000
Earnings 2006 N/A
Earnings 2006

Career Prize money earned in 2006 (Indycar)

$923,500
Earnings 2005 N/A
Earnings 2005

Career Prize money earned in 2005 (Indycar)

$135,000
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