About Dale Jarrett
NBC analyst and former American race car driver Dale Arnold Jarrett was born on November 26, 1956. His estimated net worth is $40 million. began three events in 1984 and a fourth in 1986. In 1987, he competed for the Rookie of the Year award, finishing 26th in points after starting 24 of the 29 races. In 1987, Davey Allison defeated Dale to win the title of Rookie of the Year.
- Car: Number 44 Toyota
- Team: Michael Waltrip Racing
- Sponsor: UPS
- Birthdate: November 26th, 1956
- 1991 – First career win Michigan International Speedway (Wood Brothers).
- 1993 – Won Daytona 500 (Joe Gibbs Racing)
- 1995 – Joined Robert Yates Racing as replacement for injured Ernie Irvan
- 1996 – Won Daytona 500 (Joe Gibbs Racing)
- 1996 – Won Brickyard 400 (Joe Gibbs Racing)
- 1999 – Won NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Championship
- 2000 – Won Daytona 500 (Joe Gibbs Racing)
1999 NEXTEL Cup Champion
Dale Jarrett is an athlete by nature. Dale declined a golf scholarship offered by the University of South Carolina in order to emulate his father. Fortunately for NASCAR fans, Ned Jarrett, a two-time NEXTEL Cup champion, is his father.
A reliable experienced racer, Dale Jarrett knows when to push the car and when to take it easy. Dale is genuinely one of the good guys in the sport thanks to his easygoing demeanor, bright grin, and strong family values.
He is the cousin of Todd Jarrett, the younger brother of Glenn Jarrett, the father of former driver Jason Jarrett, and the son of two-time Grand National champion Ned Jarrett. Dale Jarrett’s net worth is projected to be $40 million as of 2023. 2014 saw Jarrett’s induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.