Bobby Rahal is an American auto racing driver he has a net worth of $62 million. Bobby Rahal has earned his net worth as an American auto racing driver and team owner, who won three championships and 24 races in the CART open-wheel series, including the 1986 Indianapolis 500. Rahal was also the winner of the 2004 Indianapolis 500 as a team owner for the winning driver, Buddy Rice. Bobby was born on January 10, 1953 in Medina, Ohio; his father is Graham Rahal was a race car driver for the Lebanon A1 Grand Prix team during the 2005-2006 season because of the family's Lebanese ancestry. Graham now races in the Indy Car Series Bobby owns a 1975 Lola T360 which he occasionally races at vintage racing events. Rahal began his career in SCCA feeder categories, and went on to finish second in the 1977 Formula Atlantic championship to Gilles Villeneuve. In 1988, Rahal won the Quaker State 500 at Pocono, the only victory for the Judd engine ever won. Rahal continued as a racing driver until his retirement in 1998. Rahal was inducted into both the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2004.Rahal currently lives in New Albany, Ohio, Bobby owns a 1975 Lola T360 which he occasionally races at vintage racing events.
Driving legend Bobby Rahal chats with WatchMojo about his illustrious racing career and how a daily driver can improve his or her experience.
In todays Centennial Moment we look at 1986, Bobby Rahal and his car owner, Jim Trueman.
Graham and Bobby Rahal speak with 7 Action News anchor Stephen Clark about the North ...