John Anderson was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Anderson died of Road accident, on August 5, 1986, in Charlotte, North Carolina, North Carolina, USA. Anderson was born on April 20, 1944, in Warren, Michigan, United States. This page examines John Anderson’s net worth.
John Anderson raced in a total of 32 NASCAR cup races over a 5 year cup career, with 0 wins, 3 top tens, and 0 poles. Anderson’s best cup position was 24th (1980 NASCAR Winston Cup Series). Anderson began NASCAR cup racing with the 1979 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Champion Spark Plug 400 (Michigan International Speedway). Anderson’s last cup race was the 1983 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Miller High Life 500 (Charlotte) (Charlotte Motor Speedway).
With respect to Busch series races, Anderson competed in 5 over a 2 year period, with 0 wins, 2 top tens, and 0 poles. Anderson’s best Busch series position was 63rd (1982 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series). Anderson began Busch series racing with the 1982 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series Goody’s 300 (Daytona International Speedway). Anderson’s last Busch race was the 1983 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series Miller Time 300 (Charlotte Motor Speedway).
NASCAR essentially has two salary tracks. One one hand, there are elite earners, who make millions of dollars a year via sponsorships and performance money. Separately, the rest of NASCAR drivers receive much less. Development drivers can earn as little as $50,000. Most mid-tier drivers, in contrast, bring in between $200,000 and $500,000, including a base salary in addition to either a cut of their prize money or a win bonus.
So what was NASCAR driver John Anderson’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for John Anderson’s net worth at death is:
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