Bill Elliott Net Worth is
Bill Elliott Biography
William Clyde Elliott was born on the 8th October 1955, in Dawsonville, Georgia USA. He is probably best recognized for being a former professional race car driver, a former champion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and who was the owner of Bill Elliott Racing team from 1995 to 2000, which he sold to Evernham Motorsports. His professional career in racing has been active since 1976.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Bill Elliott is? Sources estimate that the overall size of Bill’s net worth is over $5 million as of mid- 2016, with the main source of this amount of money being his career as a professional race car driver. Another source is coming from his owning a racing team.
Bill Elliott Net Worth $5 Million
Bill Elliott is the youngest son of Mildred and George Elliott, who was the owner of a lumber company and huge fan of racing, as he had a car which was driven by Don Tilley; he has two older brothers. All of them as children worked in the family business, so Bill became very interested in racing, and from an early age he decided that it would be his job.
Bill’s professional career began in 1976, when he joined the Winston Cup Series driving his father’s car. In his first several seasons, he didn’t have any major success, as his car wasn’t good enough and often broke down. However, he showed enough talent to earn a new car, and from 1977, his career began to take a turn for the better. He signed a contract with Melling Racing, and began to dominate the tracks. In 1983, he won his first race, the Winston Western 500 at Riverside, which increased further his net worth. He continued to race successfully throughout the 1980s, winning several notable races, including the Daytona 500, Winston 500 at Talladega, Southern 500 and the Pepsi Firecracker 400, among others, all of which increased his net worth by a large margin. His best season was in 1988 when he won the Winston Cup Series, now NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Over the course of his career, he raced in 828 races, and had 44 wins, 320 top ten finishes and 55 pole positions. These successes increased his net worth by a large margin.
Bill also participated in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 43 races, winning the Fay’s 150 at Watkins Glen International in 1993, and also had 16 top ten finishes and two pole positions.
During his career he has started several teams on his own, and as collaborations with other drivers, so he drove for Elliott-Hardy Racing, Bill Elliott Racing, Elliott-Marino Motorsports, and most recently Evernham Motorsports.
Thanks to his successful career, Bill was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2014.
If to talk about his personal life, Bill Elliott’s second marriage is to Cindy, since 1992; the couple has three children – two daughters, and a son, William Clyde Elliott II, who is also involved into the sports industry as a race car driver and the winner of the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series. In his spare time, Bill enjoys flying and snow skiing. His current residence is in Blairsville, Georgia.
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|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 8, 1955|
|Place Of Birth||Dawsonville, Georgia, United States|
|Spouse||Cindy Elliott (m. 1992), Martha Elliott (m. ?–1990)|
|Children||Chase Elliott, Starr Elliott, Brittany Elliott|
|Siblings||Ernie Elliott, Dan Elliott|
|1||Inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2007.|
|2||1985: Award the "Winston Million" or $1 million dollars for winning the Daytona 500, the Southern 500, and the Winston 500 all in the same season. He won a total of 11 races and 11 pole positions that year, and as a result became the first Winston/Nextel Cup driver to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated.|
|3||Father guided he and his brothers into racing to keep them out of trouble.|
|4||Won the 1988 Winston Cup Championship by winning 6 races, along with 6 pole positions, 11 top-5 finishes and 22 top-10 finishes.Lost the 1992 Winston Cup Championship to the late Alan Kulwicki by only 10 points.|
|5||Voted NASCAR's most popular driver an amazing 16 times, including 10 straight years between 1991-2000.|
|6||2005: Running only a limited schedule for Ray Evernham Motorsports, as he is semi-retired with 44 Career Winston Cup victories.|
|Bill Elliott's NASCAR Fast Tracks||1991||Video Game design|
|AmeriCarna||2014||TV Series special thanks - 1 episode|
|AmeriCarna||2014||TV Series||Himself - 1988 NASCAR Cup Champion|
|NASCAR on Fox||2008-2012||TV Series||Himself|
|Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy||2011||TV Series documentary||Himself - NASCAR legend|
|2008 NASCAR Pennsylvania 500||2008||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Little Debbie Cosmic Brownies Ford|
|2008 NASCAR Lifelock 400||2008||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Motorcraft Ford|
|2008 NASCAR Pocono 500||2008||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Air Force Ford|
|2008 NASCAR Subway 500||2008||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Motorcraft Ford|
|Sharp Aquos 500||2007||TV Movie||Himself|
|2007 Pennsylvania 500||2007||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Air Force Ford|
|NASCAR Nextel Cup Allstate 400||2007||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #21 Little Debbie's Ford|
|NASCAR on TNT||2001-2007||TV Series||Himself|
|Sony HD 500||2006||TV Movie||Himself|
|Sony HD 500||2005||TV Movie||Himself|
|NASCAR Drivers: 360||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500||2004||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #91 McDonald's Dodge|
|Pop Secret 500||2004||TV Movie||Himself|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2002||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|1996 Daytona 500||1996||TV Movie||Himself - Driver: #94 McDonald's Ford|
|ESPN Speedworld||1992||TV Series||Himself|
|The Day; 1992 Hooters 500||2011||TV Movie||Himself|