Bob Dotter was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Dotter died on September 1, 2003. Dotter was born on October 28, 1938, in South Carolina, United States. This page examines Bob Dotter’s net worth.
With respect to Busch series races, Dotter competed in 3 over a 3 year period, with 0 wins, 0 top tens, and 0 poles. Dotter’s best Busch series position was 97th (1985 NASCAR Busch Series). Dotter began Busch series racing with the 1982 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series Kroger 200 (Nationwide) (Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis). Dotter’s last Busch race was the 1993 NASCAR Busch Series NorthernTool.com 250 (Milwaukee Mile).
Dotter is best known for these top achievements: 1980, 1983, 1984 ARCA Racing Series Champion.
Auto racing essentially has two salary levels. One one hand, there are multi-million dollar earners, who earn millions of dollars a year via sponsorships and performance money. In contrast, the rest of the drivers earn a lot less. Younger, less experienced drivers can receive as little as 5 figures. More competitive drivers, meanwhile, earn between $200,000 and $500,000, with a base salary in addition to either some percentage of their prize money or a win bonus.
So what was NASCAR driver Bob Dotter’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Bob Dotter’s net worth at death is:
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