Larry Phillips was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Phillips died on September 21, 2004. Phillips was born on July 3, 1942, in Springfield, Missouri, United States. This page examines Larry Phillips’s net worth.
Larry Phillips raced in a total of 1 NASCAR cup races over a 1 year cup career, with 0 wins, 0 top tens, and 0 poles. Phillips began NASCAR cup racing with the 1976 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Los Angeles Times 500 (Ontario Motor Speedway). Phillips’s last cup race was the 1976 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Los Angeles Times 500 (Ontario Motor Speedway).
Phillips is best known for these top achievements: 1989 Whelen All-American Series National Champions, 1991 Whelen All-American Series National Champions, 1992 Whelen All-American Series National Champions, 1995 Whelen All-American Series National Champions, and 1996 Whelen All-American Series National Champions.
Phillips has won several awards, including the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame (2001), and Named one of the 25 Greatest Whelen All-American Series Drivers of All-Time (2006).
Auto racing practically has two pay structures. There are elite drivers, who pull in millions anually via sponsorships, prizes money and bonuses. In contrast, the rest of the drivers receive significantly less. Young drivers can receive as little as $50,000. Most mid-tier drivers, on the other hand, can make between $200,000 and $500,000, including a base salary as well as either a cut of their prize money or a performance bonus.
So what was NASCAR driver Larry Phillips’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Larry Phillips’s net worth at death is:
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