Ron Fellows is a professional NASCAR racing driver. Fellows was born on September 28, 1959, in Windsor, Ontario, Ontario, Canada. This page examines Ron Fellows’s net worth.Image Credit: Apexonephoto (talk) (Transferred by Royalbroil/Originally uploaded by Apexonephoto)
Ron Fellows raced in a total of 25 NASCAR cup races over a 16 year cup career, with 0 wins, 5 top tens, and 0 poles. Fellows’s best cup position was 43th (2007 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series). Fellows began NASCAR cup racing with the 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Series The Bud At The Glen (Watkins Glen International). Fellows’s last cup race was the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Cheez-It 355 at The Glen (Watkins Glen International).
With respect to Busch series races, Fellows competed in 25 over a 14 year period, with 4 wins, 15 top tens, and 2 poles. Fellows’s best Busch series position was 39th (2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series). Fellows began Busch series racing with the 1997 NASCAR Busch Series Lysol 200 (Watkins Glen International). Fellows’s last Busch race was the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 (Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course), and last Busch win was the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series NAPA Auto Parts 200 (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve).
Fellows has raced in 15 truck series races over a 4 year truck racing career, with 2 wins, 5 top tens, and 3 poles. Fellows’s best truck race position was 35th (1999 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series). Fellows began truck series racing with the 1997 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Pronto Auto Parts 400K (Texas Motor Speedway). Fellows’s last truck race was the 2000 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Bully Hill Vineyards 150 (Watkins Glen International), and last truck win was the 1999 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Bully Hill Vineyards 150 (Watkins Glen International).
Fellows is best known for these top achievements: 2001 24 Hours of Daytona co-winner, 2003 American Le Mans Series GTS class champion, 2001, 2002, 2004 24 Hours of Le Mans GTS class winner, and 2002, 2004 12 Hours of Sebring GTS class winner.
NASCAR basically has two salary tracks. There are elite earners, who make millions of dollars a year through performance bonuses and sponsorships. In contrast, the rest of NASCAR competitors make a lot less. Newer drivers can bring in as little as 5 figures. More successful drivers, meanwhile, earn between $200,000 and $500,000, including a base salary plus either a percent of their prize money or a win bonus.
So what is NASCAR driver Ron Fellows’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Ron Fellows’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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