Rich Vogler was a professional NASCAR racing driver. Vogler died of Racing accident, on July 21, 1990, in Salem, Indiana, Indiana. Vogler was born on July 26, 1950, in Chicago, Illinois. This page examines Rich Vogler’s net worth.
With respect to Busch series races, Vogler competed in 1 over a 1 year period, with 0 wins, 0 top tens, and 0 poles. Vogler’s best Busch series position was 76th (1988 NASCAR Busch Series). Vogler began Busch series racing with the 1988 NASCAR Busch Series Goodwrench 200 (North Carolina Motor Speedway).
Vogler is best known for these top achievements: Five-time USAC National Midget champion (1978, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988), Two-time USAC National Sprint Car champion (1980, 1989), Chili Bowl champion (1987), 134 USAC national series wins (171 total USAC wins), and 95 USAC.
Vogler has won several awards, including the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee, 1992, and Motorsports Hall of Fame of America inductee, 2010.
Auto racing basically has two salary tracks. There are the mega elite earners, who bring in millions of dollars anually through sponsorships, prizes money and bonuses. In contrast, the rest of the drivers earn significantly less. Younger, less experienced drivers can earn as little as $50,000. Most mid-tier drivers, on the other hand, 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 Rich Vogler’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Rich Vogler’s net worth at death is:
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