Cale Yarborough Net Worth

Cale Yarborough Net Worth is
$50 Million

Cale Yarborough Biography

Cale Yarborough net worthy of: Cale Yarborough is a businessman, farmer, and previous NASCAR driver and owner who includes a net worthy of of $50 million dollars. Cale Yarborough was created in Timmonsville, SC, and was originally centered on a profession in soccer. He retired in 1988, and presently owns Cale Yarborough Motorsports. During the period of his 31-season racing career, he previously 83 wins, 319 Best Tens, and won 69 pole positions. He finally got his possibility in 1957, racing at the Southern 500. He raced intermittently, on different teams, throughout the past due 50s and early 60s. In 1966, he finally hit his stride, earning six main races that season, and finishing the growing season 17th in the standings. He’d sometimes sneak into NASCAR races, and attemptedto competition when he was underage, but was captured. He finished in initial in 1976, 1977, and 1978. He was a star athlete in senior high school, and continued to play semi-pro ball.

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Quick Facts

Full NameCale Yarborough
Net Worth$50 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 27, 1939
Weight92 kg
ProfessionRace car driver, Farmer, Businessperson
SpouseBetty Jo Thigpen
ChildrenJulie Yarborough, B.J. Yarborough, Kelley Yarborough
ParentsJulian Yarborough, Annie Yarborough
MoviesStroker Ace, 1979 Daytona 500

Interesting Facts

1He won the 1976, 1977, and 1978 championships. As of April 2008 he is the only driver to win three consecutive championships.
2Won 14 pole positions in 1980, still a NASCAR Winston/Nextel Cup series record.
3In the 1979 Daytona 500 (the first ever professional stock car race televised in its entirety), he and Donnie Allison were battling for the win in the final laps before colliding on the backstretch on the last lap after Cale attempted to pass. Both wrecked cars ended up on the infield and Cale and Donnie proceeded to climb from their cars and exchange punches, with Bobby Allison joining in. A national TV audience was treated to this, and to this day the broadcast of the 1979 Daytona 500 is credited with creating the first spark of nationwide interest in stock-car racing.



Stroker Ace1983NASCAR Driver
Speedway1968Cale Yarborough


A Perfect Storm: 1979 Daytona 5002015DocumentaryHimself
NASCAR Hall of Fame Biography: Cale Yarborough2012TV MovieHimself - Host
ESPN SportsCentury2001TV Series documentaryHimself
The Fifty1998TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Hee Haw1989TV SeriesHimself
The Dukes of Hazzard1979-1984TV SeriesHimself
Daytona 5001979TV MovieHimself - Driver, #11 Oldsmobile
Stockcar!1977DocumentaryHimself (driver, #11 Chevrolet)
Tiny Lund: Hard Charger!1967DocumentaryHimself
1966 Indianapolis 5001966TV MovieHimself

Archive Footage

Jim McKay: My World in My Words2003TV Movie documentaryHimself

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