Fonty Flock was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Flock died on July 15, 1972, in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.. Flock was born on March 21, 1920, in Fort Payne, Alabama, U.S.. This page examines Fonty Flock’s net worth.
Fonty Flock raced in a total of 154 NASCAR cup races over a 9 year cup career, with 19 wins, 83 top tens, and 33 poles. Flock’s best cup position was 2nd (1951 NASCAR Grand National Series). Flock began NASCAR cup racing with the 1949 NASCAR Strictly Stock Series 1949 NASCAR Strictly Stock Series Race 1 (Charlotte Speedway). Flock’s last cup race was the 1957 Southern 500 Southern 500 (Darlington Raceway), and last cup win was the 1956 (Charlotte Speedway).
Flock is best known for these top achievements: 1947 Founding Champion, 1949 NASCAR National Modified Champion, and 1952 Southern 500 Southern 500 (1950-2004) Past winners.
Flock has won several awards, including the Georgia Automobile Racing Hall of Fame Association (2004), and Talladega-Texaco Walk of Fame Members (2004).
NASCAR practically has two salary tracks. One one hand, there are multi-million dollar drivers, who pull in millions anually through sponsorships, prizes money and bonuses. Meanwhile, the rest of NASCAR drivers receive significantly less. Younger, less experienced drivers can earn as little as $50,000. Experienced drivers, meanwhile, bring in between $200,000 and $500,000, with a base salary as well as either a portion of their prize money or a success bonus.
So what was NASCAR driver Fonty Flock’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Fonty Flock’s net worth at death is:
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