What is Arie Luyendyk's net worth? Arie Luyendyk's net worth is $5 million dollars. Born in Sommelsdijk, Netherlands, Arie Luyendyk began his racing career in the 70s. He was very successful in the Netherlands initially, and won the European Super Vee Championship in 1977. After that, he began racing on the Formula Three circuit, but had little success. He decided to relocate to the United States, and immediately, his racing career improved. He won his next Super Vee Championship in 1984, just after relocating. 1985 proved to be a banner year for Mr. Luyendyk. He was named "Rookie of the Year" for that season's races in general and, for his performance at the Indianapolis 500. Five years later, he won the Indianapolis 500, and set a record for the highest average speed during the race that has yet not been surpassed. He won the Indianapolis 500 again in 1997, and chose to retire in 1999. After a few years away from racing, during which he served as a commentator for ABC Sports, he decided to return to racing. He retired for good in 2003.
Arie Luyendyk, anglicised form of Arie Luijendijk is a Dutch auto racing driver, and two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. He is also known as "The Flying Dutchman".
Date of Birth
- September 21, 1953
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