It varies by each drivers contract.
It all depends on how many races a driver is winning and the sponsor's that they have.
There is no one salary. Each driver has a negotiated contract for salary and benefits- how much depends on how good the driver is- win more races, you can require a higher pay.
It depends on they're team and sponsors. They are contracted.
It depends on how many races the driver qualifies for, wins, and places highly in. If a driver wins 6 races or more and wins the championship like Jimmie Johnson did, the driver usually make 7 to 20 million dollars. If they finish poorly all year, around 50 thousand to 3 million dollars. Jeff Gordon has accumulated the most money in Nascar, adding up to about 99 million dollars!
It depends on the team and the sponsorship. They are contracted. Anywhere between a half a million dollars to 10 million . They make a base salary plus a portion of the race purse.
A NASCAR driver is paid by his or her team owner, as a salary or whatever deal they agree to. Earnings are entirely different, as they includes a driver's winnings, appearances, product endorsements, souvenir sales and possible sponsor payments. I think the highest paid NASCAR driver today is Jeff Gordon.
The salary of a NASCAR spotter will vary depending on experience and which team they work for. The average salary of a NASCAR spotter is about $100,000 per year.
Salary (from sponsor) + bonuses (from lots of sources) + % of prize money (% differs by driver) = lots of money
That is a closely guarded secret. Even the drivers rarely know what others make. It is unusual for a professional sport.
The average salary for a NASCAR employee depends on the specific job in question. For example, a manager's salary ranges from $95k to $104k, and the salary for a software engineer ranges from $75k to $81k.
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$13.4 million per year.
The Average Salary of a Racer is 149,000 a year. Now this of course varies as of what you are racing/how good you are. But this is a average for all the racing. It also depends on how many races you win...if you are in NASCAR you can probably make about 150-200k average per race
The average income that a NASCAR official makes is $53,000. But that can change do to company, experience, and benefits.
Their salary is based on where they finish in the points standings at the end of the race for the chase.
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We do have some info on NASCAR drivers salaries, thanks to SportsIllustrated.cnn.com. SI says the highest paid driver in 2005 was Dale Earnhardt Jr., whose annual salary and earnings totaled $5,761,830, but that's not all. His endorsements earned $20,000,000, bringing his sub total compensation to $25,761,830. That number doesn't include sales of Dale Earnhardt Jr. merchandise and earnings from the racing company that he owns. SI says his total take in '05 would approach $50 million! It all depends, I know Jimmie Johnson won $6,000,000 plus and that's just from when he won the championship. There's more bonuses involved, and the endorsements etc.
The average salary of a rally driver is close to $60,000 per year. The amount of their salary will vary depending upon their experience and who they work for.
It all really depends. Who you are, your skills, and your experience are all factors in how much you get paid as a NASCAR driver. As a driver who is just starting out, you could have a base salary of around $100,000 with somewhere around 10% of the winnings. The next step is a base salary of around $400,000 to $500,000 with about 20% to 30% of the winnings. The top drivers earn a base salary of around $600,000 to $800,000 with anywhere between 40% to 50% of the winnings. Once this is said and done, there are all the sponsors to talk about. Top drivers like Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. earn around 20 to 25 million dollars per year, from sponsors alone.
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Average base salary for a driver is in the $1,500,000 range. Typically drivers also receive 40%-50% of their race winnings. From there add in a percentage of merchandise sales and any endorsement revenue. Dale Earnhardt Jr., who also owns his own race team, had total income for 2005 in the $50,000,000 range.