What is Danica Patrick Net Worth? Danica Patrick has an estimated net worth of $22 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth in 2017. Her net worth increased $3 million since last year, up from $19 million in 2016. Meanwhile, it’s lower than the $25 million she had back in 2015 but higher than the $17 million she had back in 2014. As of 2018, Danica’s net worth is $20 million and her income sources are endorsements and salary/winnings from racing only which amounts to $15 -$16 million!
Early Life & Career beginnings
Danica Marie Patrício was born on March 25, 1982 in Beloit, Wisconsin, to her parents Hermênio and Louise Patrício. She lived in both Connecticut and Brasília as a child before returning to live with her mother in Madison, Wisconsin. When she was 15 years old, she began competing as a downhill skier at Wilmot Mountain earning Rookie of the Year honors. She was ranked among America’s top 30 female ski racers (as well as having a GPA of 3.5), but an injury prevented her from taking part in most races during her senior year of high school.
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After winning several junior formula car races in 2005, Patrick was signed by Mark Dismore and driver coach Roger Willis to drive for them part-time in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup and ASA Racing Series. In 2006, she finished fourth overall in Hooters Pro Cup standings and ninth in American Speed Association (ASA) National Touring Series with two wins. She became a development driver for Honda Racing Corporation (HRC). In 2008, she finished second at NOLA Motorsports Park and sixth at Nashville Superspeedway. She drove an Auto Club Speedway Dirt Late Model event, finishing tenth.
After competing in several junior formula racing series, Danica Patrick raced in IndyCar from 2005 to 2011. In those six seasons, she recorded seven top-10 finishes but no wins or pole positions. She had more success racing in NASCAR’s top two divisions and signed with Stewart-Haas Racing in 2013 to compete part-time. After her retirement from full-time racing, she became a broadcaster for both IndyCar and NASCAR races.
Endorsements and earnings
Danica’s endorsement deals have brought in $5 million to $10 million each year, reports Forbes. She signed a deal with GoDaddy in 2013 that was reportedly worth more than $20 million, but it ended in 2017. In 2016, she signed a new deal with Premium Motorsports and eventually plans to become an owner/driver. What makes Danica’s net worth so high? It may be related to her earnings from racing: In 2015, Forbes listed her as No.
While she’s perhaps best known for her racing career, Danica Patrick has done far more than that in her lifetime. In 2007, she started a fitness clothing line called Resolve (which is now defunct). It’s actually not uncommon for well-known athletes to have their own clothing lines: Serena Williams and Eli Manning have both launched them in recent years. In addition to that venture, she had a successful candy line that she eventually sold to benefit her own charity foundation; however, it recently came out of retirement due to demand from fans who missed it. It’s possible we could see more businesses pop up in Patrick’s future as well—especially if her NASCAR career falls apart entirely.
Awards, records, distinctions
As of 2015, she is only female driver in NASCAR’s top level Sprint Cup Series to win a pole, and only woman to lead a lap during a NASCAR national series race. She won Rookie of the Year honours for both 2005 Indianapolis 500 and 2005 IndyCar Series. In 2012, Sports Illustrated magazine named her one of the most dominant athletes alive. As of 2014, she was ranked seventh among active drivers in terms of average finishes, but had not finished higher than 13th in points since 2011.
Assets & Property
Danica Patrick is a very popular race car driver. She has an estimated net worth of $70 million in 2017 as well as she lives in California, USA. The race car driver has not revealed much about her property and assets, but according to many websites like Wikipedia & Forbes Magazine, she owns few luxurious cars including Range Rover which is valued at $45000 and Maserati Gran Turismo which cost around $10000. She has also won numerous awards in his racing career such as Indy 500 Rookie of Year (2005), IndyCar Rookie of Year (2006), Indianapolis 500 Co-Rookie of Year with Tony Kanaan (2005) and so on.
Danica Patrick Net Worth
Danica Patrick has an estimated net worth of $22 million.
Last Updated on January 7, 2022
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