Danica Sue Patrick is an American former professional racing driver and the only woman to ever win a race in the IndyCar series. She was born in a working-class family, but her profession as a racer helped her receive huge salary and has tremendous net worth all due to her success in the tracks.
Well, today in this section, we are going to deal all about his financial aspects and his growth in his career over the period of time. Let's zoom on.
Danica Patrica’s Net Worth
There are many sources on the internet with different specifics regarding Danica’s net value and assets. Forbes has placed her at number 7 in the list of Nascar’s most earning racers with total earnings of $12 million annually.
Her net worth is estimated to be about $60 million. She receives $7.2million from every race she wins. Likewise, she receives $5 million from endorsement and licensing.
In 2005, she earned $135,000 as prize money from the IndyCar Race. Likewise, she received $923,000 in 2006, and $1,180,000 in the year 2007.
Properties and Cars
Danica owns a house in Scottdale, Ancala community. She paid a total of $4 million for the property. The house spreads over 7,500 acres of land and has 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and a 7-car garage.
Danica, who is having an affair with Aaron Rogers, owns a GoDaddy Chevrolet which she uses while racing.
She owns a vineyard Somnium in Howell Mountain. It is her passion project that Danica started when she purchased the property in 2009. Somnium Wine is a true reflection of the passion Danica Patrick has for wine, food, cooking and a healthy lifestyle.
The price of her Lamborghini Gallardo is $202,000.
She also owns an Aston Martin, Jaguar and other 5 luxury cars, which amount to more than $2 million.
Danica Patrick’s Career
Danica started her career at a young age, riding go-kart racing as a family hobby. She was 13 when she sought to compete in races winning the regional karting titles and eventually moving towards the World Karting Association Grand National Championship.
She started her racing career in England, where she finished second at the Formula Ford Festival.
She signed with Rahal-Letterman Racing, a company owned by David Letterman and Bobby Rahal in 2002. There she remained for two years without winning a race, but achieved moderate success and was a consistent finisher.
Danica then won a pole position in the Toyota Atlantic racing series. Her bosses at Rahal-Letterman Racing immediately promoted her to IndyCar. In May 2005, Danica became the first woman to become the fastest driver ever to lead the Indy 500.
In April 2008, she became the first female to win the IndyCar series race in the 2008 Indy Japan 300.
She has recently announced that she will retire after the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 in 2018.
Anyway, we hope she stands out in the further accomplishments of her life.