Rusty Wallace

23 Nov 1996: The Miller Ford Thunderbird of Rusty Wallace in action during the Thunder Special 100 at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka City, Japan. Credit: Getty Images

Rusty Wallace: 2021 Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Rusty Wallace is a previous NASCAR driver and current ESPN and NASCAR analyst.

In 1983, he won the American Speed Association (ASA) title while going up against a portion of NASCAR's future stars like Mark Martin, Alan Kulwicki, and Dick Trickle.

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Rusty Wallace: Stats and Championships

Born in Arnold, Missouri, Rusty Wallace, otherwise called Russell William Wallace, Jr., started racing in the last part of the 70s.

Preceding joining the NASCAR circuit, Wallace became well known for racing around in Florida, winning a couple of nearby track titles and in excess of 200 short track races. In 1979, he won United States Auto Club's (USAC) Stock Car Rookie of the Year praises, completing third in points behind A. J. Foyt and Bay Darnell. In 1981, he completed second in the USAC Stock Cars title standings, behind Joe Ruttman.

He started racing on the NASCAR circuit in 1980, and completed second in his first race. Wallace performed respectably well for the following not many years, however, started to genuinely break out on the NASCAR circuit, when he started racing full-time in 1984. He procured the NASCAR Rookie of the Year honor that year, and went through the following 25 years dominating races.

Rusty raced for Blue Max and Penske and had 55 successes and 349 Top Ten completions in the NASCAR Cup Series. He likewise had 18 Top Ten completions in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and another Top Ten completion in the Camping Truck Series.

Rusty Wallace: 2021 Net Worth

According to Celebrity net worth, he has a net worth of $40 million. In the wake of resigning from racing, he turned into an analyst for ESPN in 2006, and is likewise the co-host of "NASCAR Angels."

Rusty Wallace: Charity and Foundation

Giving back to the community is near and dear to Rusty Wallace’s heart. Throughout the years, Rusty has been engaged in bringing a large number of dollars up in financing for various admirable missions across the nation.

Presently, Rusty serves on the top managerial staff of The NASCAR Foundation—the racing business' leading charitable initiative. As the top of its improvement panel, he burns through many hours every year creating financing for the establishment's central goal of aiding youngsters to live, learn, and play.

Rusty Wallace: Sponsors

Sponsors of Rusty Wallace are Miller Lite, Genuine Draft, Bosch, Mobil 1, Fleetwood.

Rusty Wallace: Family

Wallace's siblings, Kenny and Mike, additionally used to race on the NASCAR circuit. He and his wife half Patti have three kids — Greg, Katie, and Steven.

Stephen raced full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and made his Cup Series debut during the 2011 Daytona 500, making him the fourth individual from his family to contend in the Daytona 500 and in NASCAR, behind the Bodines, Pettys, Earnhardts, and the Allisons. Wallace's dad, Russell Wallace Sr., passed on October 30, 2011, at age 77.

How to contact Rusty Wallace

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Rusty is very active and highly popular on social media. As a result, it's the most accessible and easiest method to keep in touch with the Cup Series Champion.

Wallace is on all the popular social media platforms such as InstagramTwitter. While these serve as an excellent platform for fan requests and interactions, Rusty also has his own official website and management team to keep track of proposals and requests.

Interested parties can reach out to Rusty through his contact page.

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Age64 Years
ResidenceCharlotte, NC
NationalityAmerican
TeamBlue Max Racing
EndorsementsMiller Lite, Genuine Draft, Bosch, Mobil 1, Fleetwood
Net Worth$40 Million
BirthdayAugust 14, 1956
Height6 ft (1.82 m)