Lou Figaro was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Figaro died of Injuries from racing accident, on October 25, 1954, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Figaro was born on October 12, 1920, in Inglewood, California. This page examines Lou Figaro’s net worth.
Lou Figaro raced in a total of 17 NASCAR cup races over a 2 year cup career, with 1 wins, 6 top tens, and 1 poles. Figaro’s best cup position was 22nd – 1951 (Grand National). Figaro began NASCAR cup racing with the 1951 NASCAR Grand National Series untitled race (Arizona State Fairgrounds). Figaro’s last cup race was the 1954 NASCAR Grand National Series Tyson Holly Farms 400 (North Wilkesboro Speedway).
Figaro is best known for these top achievements: 1953 WAR Championship (late models).
Figaro has won several awards, including being Inducted in West Coast Stock Car Racing Hall Of Fame (posthumous, 2002).
Auto racing in practice has two pay structures. There are the mega elite drivers, who get millions of dollars a year via performance bonuses and sponsorships. Separately, the rest of NASCAR competitors get a lot less. Newer drivers can earn as little as 5 figures. More competitive drivers, in contrast, earn between $200,000 and $500,000, with a base salary as well as either a portion of their prize money or a win bonus.
So what was NASCAR driver Lou Figaro’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Lou Figaro’s net worth at death is:
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