How much is Ken Roczen worth?
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
|Date of Birth:||29 April 1994|
About Ken Roczen
In 2017, Roczen became a member of the HRC Honda Racing Corporation squad, which competes in factory Honda racing. After recently claiming his second Motocross title, he was a heavy favorite to win the AMA Supercross Championship after being second in the previous year’s competition. In the end, Kenny was victorious in both of the opening races in the 2017 season.
Max Nagl and Marcus Schiffer were teammates of Roczen’s on the victorious German team that competed in the 2012 Motocross des Nations competition. Roczen was a member of that squad as well. Their triumph was the very first victory for Germany in the entire annals of the Motocross des Nations competition.
2015 marked the year when Roczen made his debut with RCH Suzuki. He failed to repeat as Pro Motocross champion for 2015, ceding his #1 plate to Ryan Dungey. In the end, he was victorious in the 450-category of the Monster Energy cup.
With five victories in 2016, the German racer finished in second place in the points standings for the AMA Supercross Championship. As a result of his overwhelming performance, the American Motocross Association (AMA) would award him the title of champion for a second time.
Roczen began the 2018 AMA Supercross Championship season in excellent physical condition and prepared to begin his ascent back to the top of the sport. His injury problems from the previous year were finally behind him. He made it through much of the year, building on his improvement each week and appearing like he was rounding into shape. While attempting to pass Cooper Webb in San Diego on February 10, 2018, unfortunately, Roczen was involved in a major accident and suffered significant injuries.
In order to heal the fractured bones, torn ligaments, and dislocation of the metacarpals in his right hand, he had surgery. Because of yet another catastrophic injury, Roczen would not be able to race in any more Supercross events this year. Thankfully, this provided Ken with additional time to allow his left arm to heal from the injuries it had in the accident that occurred the prior year. Roczen was able to recover in time to compete in the 2018 Motocross Championship, where he ended up finishing in third place.
In 2019, he had a total of four podium finishes, placing him fourth in the Supercross Championship (no wins). In the Motocross Championship, he finished in second place overall after claiming victory in the opening race held in Hangtown as well as in two other events, for a total of seven podium finishes out of a possible 12. In spite of the fact that it was his first time competing in a two-stroke race throughout his professional career, he won the 250cc class at the RedBull Straight Rhythm event that he attended.
After a challenging beginning to the year in 2022, Ken Roczen made the decision to cease competing in AMA Supercross and take a break for the remainder of the season owing to concerns over his mental health. He made this decision in the middle of the supercross season. On the other hand, he decided to compete in the newly established Supercross World Championship, which he would eventually win for Honda.
It is anticipated that he will take part in the supercross season in 2023. Between the years 2009 and 2011, he took part in the Motocross World Championships, and he has taken part in the AMA Motocross Championships between the years 2012 and 2023. He has won the Motocross des Nations, the 450-class Monster Energy cup, the 250-class west Supercross championship, and the MX2-class Motocross World Championship. In addition, he has won the 450-class US Motocross championship twice.