Cale Yarborough net worth: Cale Yarborough is a businessman, farmer, and former NASCAR driver and owner who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Cale Yarborough was born in Timmonsville, South Carolina, and was originally focused on a career in football. He was a star athlete in high school, and went on to play semi-pro ball. He would occasionally sneak into NASCAR races, and attempted to race when he was underage, but was caught. He finally got his chance in 1957, racing at the Southern 500. He raced intermittently, on various teams, throughout the late 50s and early 60s. In 1966, he finally hit his stride, winning six major races that year, and finishing the season 17th in the standings. Over the course of his 31-year racing career, he had 83 wins, 319 Top Tens, and won 69 pole positions. He finished in first in 1976, 1977, and 1978. He retired in 1988, and currently owns Cale Yarborough Motorsports.
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Race car driver
Date of Birth
Mar 27, 1939
Race car driver, Farmer, Businessperson
United States of America
William Caleb Yarborough, William Caleb "Cale" Yarborough
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Cale Yarborough Earnings
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- 1988 NASCAR Winston Cup$56,065
- 1987 NASCAR Winston Cup$88,525
- 1986 NASCAR Winston Cup$106,010
- 1985 NASCAR Winston Cup$260,465
- 1984 NASCAR Winston Cup$385,853
- 1983 NASCAR Winston Cup$254,535
- 1982 NASCAR Winston Cup$218,340
- 1981 NASCAR Winston Cup$150,090
- 1980 NASCAR Winston Cup$432,325
- 1979 NASCAR Winston Cup$379,515
- 1978 NASCAR Winston Cup$422,980
- 1977 NASCAR Winston Cup$385,576
- 1976 NASCAR Winston Cup$294,591
- 1975 NASCAR Winston Cup$126,475
- 1974 NASCAR Winston Cup$226,025
- 1973 NASCAR Winston Cup$143,735
- 1972 NASCAR Winston Cup$11,332
- 1971 NASCAR Grand National$3,869
- 1970 NASCAR Grand National$115,875
- 1969 NASCAR Grand National$73,540
- 1968 NASCAR Grand National$134,136
- 1967 NASCAR Grand National$57,285
- 1966 NASCAR Grand National$23,030
- 1965 NASCAR Grand National$24,040
- 1964 NASCAR Grand National$9,395
- 1963 NASCAR Grand National$5,550
- 1962 NASCAR Grand National$2,725
- 1961 NASCAR Grand National$200
- 1960 NASCAR Grand National$85
- 1959 NASCAR Grand National$150
- 1957 NASCAR Grand National$100
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