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Mark Alan Webber was born on 27 August 1976, in Queanbeyan, New South Wales Australia, and is a world-class motor racing driver, best known for his successful performance in Formula I between 2002-13, particularly with the Red Bull team.
How rich is Mark Webber? Now Mark’s net worth is $9 million, but it is probably not the end for its growth, as Webber can still achieve a lot in his career in various types of racing.
Mark Webber Net Worth $9 Million
Mark Webber was interested in sports from the very young age, but primarily motorsport, as his childhood heroes were famous racers Kevin Schwantz and Alain Prost. When Mark was 14 years old he started karting. He was very successful at this sport and won at the Australian Grand Prix, and New South Wales championship. During this experience Mark met Ann Neal, who later became his manager and helper him to gain success in Europe.
After Webber moved to Europe, he improved his driving skills and participated in a lot of races at various levels and different types of racing, finishing well which made him not only noticed by others in the sport, but also gained him quite a good sum of money, which helped to build Mark Webber’s net worth. Another life changing event for Webber was when he met Paul Stoddart, who owned a team in Formula 3000. This acquaintanceship led Mark into Formula I, and again made Webber’s net worth grow.
Mark’s debut as a racer in Formula I started in 2002, when he was a part of the Minardi team. While racing for this team, Mark experienced several mechanical failures but he did not give up and continued to work hard in order to achieve more, managing to score the team’s first championship points. In 2003 -04 Webber raced for the Jaguar team, in which he showed that he had talent for racing and was able to improve his performances. This added a lot to Mark Webber’s net worth. In 2006-06 Webber raced for the Williams team, but after Williams failed to sign him for a third year, Webber became a part of the Red Bull team.
Red Bull proved to be very successful over the following years, and they also saw Mark Webber’s best years in Fomula I. While being a part of this team Webber won his first Grand Prix, in Germany in 2009, and over the next six years, managed to win eight more races, and finished in the first three 40 times. Mark stayed with the Red Bull team until 2013, and this period had a huge impact on the growth of Mark’s net worth. Mark decided to leave Red Bull and Formula I, having started in 215 Grand Prix, and finishing on the podium more than 50 times.
Mark now he races in the FIA World Endurance Championship, and drives Porsche 919 Hybrid for a new team, and in which he quickly showed his worth with several good qualifying positions and three third place finishes in the 2014 season.
In his personal life, Ann Neil has been his partner since 1996. Beside the career as a racer Mark also likes tennis, road and mountain cycling, and is a rugby and soccer fan. It should be mentioned that Mark also participats in charity events. It shows that Mark Webber wants to help other people and share his success with others. As Webber is still racing in FIA World Endurance Championship, Mark’s net worth will probably still grow in the future.
|1||Formula One racing driver who has raced for Minardi (2002), Jaguar (2003-2004), Williams (2005-2006) and Red Bull (2007-2013).|
|2||Finished fifth in his Formula One debut at the 2002 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, driving a Minardi.|
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