Mark Martin net worth: Mark Martin is an American stock car driver who has a net worth of $70 million dollars. Born in Batesville, Arkansas, Mark Martin began racing on dirt when he was a teenager. He then joined the ASA racing series in the late 70s, and quickly made his mark. He was named Rookie of the Year in 1977, and went on to win four championships and over twenty races. He began racing on the NASCAR circuit in 1981, but had very uneven success during his first six years. He jumped from team to team, and then returned to the ASA circuit in 1984, where he achieved steady success once again. He then began racing in the Nationwide Series in 1987. He started well in the Nationwide Series, but was not able to maintain his momentum. However, he did well enough to receive an offer from a NASCAR Sprint Cup team. He has gone on to win 40 Sprint Cup races and 49 Nationwide Series races.
Mark Martin Net Worth
Race car driver
Date of Birth
Jan 9, 1959 (56 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
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Mark Martin Earnings
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- 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup$3,973,952
- 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup$2,790,448
- 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup$3,720,208
- 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup$4,364,136
- 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup$5,176,307
- 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup$3,421,730
- 2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup$3,895,410
- 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup$4,142,613
- 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup$4,841,833
- 2004 NASCAR Nextel Cup$3,792,997
- 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup$3,951,043
- 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup$4,183,150
- 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup$3,419,897
- 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup$2,660,480
- 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup$2,652,296
- 1998 NASCAR Winston Cup$3,255,620
- 1997 NASCAR Winston Cup$1,805,650
- 1996 NASCAR Winston Cup$1,502,555
- 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup$1,499,466
- 1994 NASCAR Winston Cup$1,054,237
- 1993 NASCAR Winston Cup$1,151,890
- 1992 NASCAR Winston Cup$809,505
- 1991 NASCAR Winston Cup$805,105
- 1990 NASCAR Winston Cup$803,095
- 1989 NASCAR Winston Cup$621,788
- 1988 NASCAR Winston Cup$189,400
- 1987 NASCAR Winston Cup$3,550
- 1986 NASCAR Winston Cup$20,515
- 1983 NASCAR Winston Cup$99,655
- 1982 NASCAR Winston Cup$115,600
- 1981 NASCAR Winston Cup$13,950
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