NASCAR president: France family not interested in selling business
NASCAR President Steve Phelps discusses the possibility of selling NASCAR given its merger with the International Speedway and the future of the sport.
The highest-paid NASCAR drivers can earn millions of dollars a year from race prizes and endorsement deals.
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And while NASCAR no longer discloses the prize purse for races, the Daytona 500 has historically been the highest-paying race of the year with the first-place winner taking home more than $1.5 million in recent years.
With so much cash going being paid out, some of the most successful drivers have been able to afford some eye-popping homes. Here’s a look at five of them:
The 2019 Daytona 500 winner lives in a 30,000-square-foot lakefront house on a peninsula in Cornelius, North Carolina. The glass-walled garage offers a view of his winning car from the 2016 Daytona 500.
The huge, luxurious property includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-baths and its value has been assessed at $9.7 million, county property records show.
Its amenities include a bowling alley, basketball court, 24 TVs, an elevator, a 90-foot-long pool and a bar with a pool table, Charlotte Home and Garden reported.
NASCAR PRESIDENT SAYS FRANCE FAMILY ‘ABSOLUTELY’ NOT SELLING BUSINESS