Mario Andretti

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name: Mario Andretti
Real Name/Full Name: Mario Gabriele Andretti
Gender: Male
Age: 82 years old
Birth Date: 28 February 1940
Birth Place: Motovun, Croatia
Nationality: American, Italian
Height: 1.71 m
Weight: 75 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Dee Ann Andretti (m. 1961–2018)
Children: Yes (Michael Andretti, Jeff Andretti, Barbie Andretti)
Profession: Italian-born American former racing driver
Net Worth in 2022: $150 million
Social Media: Instagram

Mario Andretti is well-known in the racing community and has had considerable success. The Andretti family relocated to America during World War II, and Mario started to get interested in racing automobiles. He has accumulated a handful of victories during the course of his protracted career.

What is the net worth of Mario Andretti in 2022?

It has been calculated that Mario Andretti is valued somewhere about $1 billion. According to the most recent information accessible, Mario Andretti’s net worth is predicted to be $150 million by the end of 2022. Mario Andretti was a successful racer who has since given up the sport. Mario Andretti started his own company as an electric tycoon after quitting racing.

When was Mario Andretti born?

On February 28th, 1940, Mario Gabriel was born in Italy, Montana. Over the course of more than 50 years of auto racing, Mario has earned a reputation as one of the best. Mario’s identical twin brother is named Aldo. After the brothers were born during World War 2, the family had to depart from Germany. They opened their first store in the United States in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. The Andrettis had only $125 in their bank account at the time, and no one in the home spoke the language.

What are the age, height, and weight of Mario Gabriel?

In 2022, Mario Andretti will be 82 years old. He was born on February 28th, 1940. He is 75 kg in weight and 1.71 meters tall.


Before moving to the United States, Mario and his brother Aldo were racing fans. Alberto Ascari, an Italian race car driver, was much admired by Andretti. After relocating to the United States, Andretti started racing stock cars while working in his uncle’s shop. The older Andretti was forced to leave the area after a serious accident, but Mario, his younger brother, was unfazed. Due to his father’s opposition, he missed all of his races in 1964.

In 1961, he became a member of the United Racing Club, and two years later, he joined the American Race Drivers Club. His specialty was midgets, and he enjoyed cursing the east in them. In 1964, a year after becoming a citizen, Mario Andretti became a member of the US Auto Club. He has a spot in the Indianapolis 500, and he came in third place last time. He was also selected Rookie of the Year.


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Later, he took part in both Formula One competitions and the NASCAR Dayton 500. He is a well-known Indy car racer as well. Midway through the 1970s, Mario spent most of his time competing in Formula One. Mario won the World Sports Championship for the first time in 1978. Andretti won the Indy Car championship in 1984. After over $11 million in earnings, Mario left Indy car racing in 1994.

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Awards and honors

Andretti won the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Driver of the Year award in 1967, 1978, and 1984. He was named Driver of the Century by racing magazines and other media sources. They consist of the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.