Jamie Whincup Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife & Biography

Jamie Whincup Net Worth
Jamie Whincup Net Worth

Jamie Whincup is an Australian professional racing driver.Jamie Whincup Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife & Biography people are searching all we have updated on our page.He is also the first driver to win the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy twice at Pukekohe Park Raceway in Auckland, New Zealand.As of 2022 Jamie Whincup has a Net Worth of $ 2 Million.In 2016, Whincup opened Loca Cafe, a café and car wash business, in Hope Island, Queensland.In 2018, Whincup took a 15% ownership stake in Triple Eight Race Engineering.

Jamie Whincup Net Worth

Jamie Whincup is an Australian professional racing driver has an estimated Net Worth of $2Million in 2022.He currently is team principal for Triple Eight Race Engineering. He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Net Worth$2Million
NameJamie Whincup
Income / Salary Per YearsUnder Review
Income / Salary Per MonthUnder Review
Income Source Australian professional racing driver
Last Update2022

He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

Jamie Whincup Family Detail and Biography

Real NameJamie Whincup
Birthdate6 February 1983
Age (2022)39 years
Place of BirthMelbourne, Australia
EthnicityNot Known
Marital Status Married
Spouse/PartnerSamantha Pollock
Father NameDavid Whincup
Mother NameSandra Whincup
ProfessionAustralian professional racing driver
Net Worth$2Million
Last Update2022
Jamie Whincup with Father
Jamie Whincup with Father

Whincup was born on 6 February 1983 in Melbourne, Australia to Sandra and David Whincup.He attended Eltham College in Research, Victoria.Whincup once lived with fellow driver Will Davison.

Jamie Whincup Family Life and Parents

Jamie Whincup Prents are David Whincup (Father) and Sandra Whincup (Mother). His Father is a Businessman and his mother is a House wife. There is no particular information available regarding his siblings.He very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. His parents always supported his career.In 2001 Whincup embarked on the Australian Formula Ford Championship with a team run by his father and Uncle Graeme with mechanical support from fellow V8 Supercar driver Greg Ritter, racing with the Mygale Formula Ford team.

Jamie Whincup Wife, Children

Jamie Whincup with Wife
Jamie Whincup with Wife

Jamie Whincup is a Married man. He married with his beautiful wife Samantha Pollock. Jamie Whincup and his beautiful wife, Samantha Pollock, welcomed their first baby in January.Though Jamie has not spoken a single word regarding his tot, he posted a picture of him picking up his baby in a stroller from Mater Mothers.

Jamie Whincup Physical Appearance

Jamie Whincup (2)
Height (Approx)5’10” ft
Weight (Approx)78kg
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Body TypeFit

Professional Career

Whincup debuted in Supercars as an endurance co-driver for Garry Rogers Motorsport in 2002. His first race was the 2002 Queensland 500, where he shared a Holden VX Commodore with Max Dumesny. He made his Bathurst 1000 debut the following round, driving alongside Mark Noske. Whincup and Noske raced for 72 laps before retiring due to a collision.

Whincup landed a full-time drive with Melbourne-based Tasman Motorsport in 2005. Throughout the season, he had several strong results, including a fourth at the one-off Chinese round at the Shanghai International Circuit, a third at the Sandown 500, and, most notably, a second at the Bathurst 1000 endurance races with teammate Jason Richards after taking the lead late in the race.

Whincup won the 2008 Clipsal 500 in Adelaide and went on to win six more races, including the Bathurst 1000 for the third year in a row. Whincup spun the car into a ditch during a post-race interview at Symmons Plains while attempting something special. He won his first Championship after winning the first race of the final round at Oran Park Raceway, and he received the Barry Sheene Medal for the second year in a row at the V8 Gala Awards.

Whincup successfully defended his title in a brand new Ford FG Falcon in 2009, with victories in Adelaide, Hamilton, Tasmania, Darwin, Townsville, Queensland, Phillip Island, and Barbagallo. Despite a string of bad luck in the endurance races and on the Gold Coast, Whincup was able to put it all together at Sydney Olympic Park and become the first back-to-back champion since Marcos Ambrose in 2003-2004.

Whincup joined Bob Jane, Allan Moffat, and Jim Richards as a four-time series champion in 2012. Twelve race victories in Adelaide, Symmons Plains, Hidden Valley, Townsville, Sydney Motorsport Park, Abu Dhabi, and Winton, as well as the marquee endurance races, the Bathurst 1000 and the Gold Coast 600, gave him a 339-point championship lead over teammate Lowndes.

Whincup won his first GT race on February 5, 2017, driving a Ferrari 488 GT3 for Maranello Motorsport alongside Lowndes and Finnish driver Toni Vilander in the 2017 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.

Whincup joined Triple Eight teammate Craig Lowndes, as well as Gregg Hansford, Allan Grice, Tony Longhurst, John Bowe, Dick Johnson, Paul Morris, and Jonathon Webb as Bathurst 1000 and Bathurst 12 Hour race winners.Whincup opened Loca Cafe, a café and car wash, in Hope Island, Queensland, in 2016.Whincup purchased a 15% stake in Triple Eight Race Engineering in 2018.