Who is Scott Dixon? What is net worth of Scott Dixon? Scott Dixon was born to the New Zealand parents Ron and Glenys Dixon on 22 July 1980, Brisbane, Australia. The trigger as a car champ is on his own blood as both mom and dad were dirt-track race car drivers. Even at the time without the license, he started practicing car and participated in Raceway to obtain the licence for driving a race car. The entire family moved to New Zealand, South Auckland when Scott was seven years old.
The first Formula Vee championship title is obtained by Scott in 1994. In 1995, Scott had participated in 14 races and won 13 titles. In 1997, with insufficient money, he was helped by Christopher Wingate a businessman to race in Australia. Scott Dixon Motorsport was organized to fund Scott for the upcoming races with $1 million in 1998.
In 1999, Scott moved to the USA and signed with Johansson Motorsports Indy Lights team. In 2000, he participated in Mexico and won Nazareth Speedway race.
In 2003, Scott participated in the IndyCar Series along with “Chip Ganassi joined CART teams”.
From 2003 to 2015, he participated in 233 races and won 39 among them in 12 years. Reaching the poles is completed successfully by Scott for 25 times. He won Indianapolis 500 in the year 2008 at the No.1 position, whereas he completed the lap in maximum of his races. He is the champ of IRL IndyCar Series in the year of 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2015. And some other notable trophies by Dixon are the Jim Clark Trophy in the years of 1999, 2001, 2004 and the Bruce McLaren Trophy in 2003 and 2008.Until now Scott didn’t find any chance to team up for F1 series.
He is married to his longtime girlfriend Emma Davies in 2008. They were met as a mutual friend and led to love and marriage. Emma Davies is also a former British Champion and everyone from the family is from the sports background. The pair was blessed with two babies in the year 2009 and 2011.
Education: Scott Dixon is a student of James Cook High School in New Zealand. He began racing karts when he was seven years old.
Scott Dixon Net Worth
The total net worth of Scott Dixon is $36.5 million US dollars as of 2017. His annual salary is estimated around $12 million and he is the third highest paid sports personality in the New Zealand. His sources of income are racing, sponsorship, awards and endorsements. Scott rise his income for every year according to his experience and winnings. And he is the owner of 7000 square feet luxurious mansion in Indiana.
Scott Dixon Assets
In 2004, Dixon started to sell his luxurious mansion which has enhanced features like river view, six-bed room, six bathrooms and amazing neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana. The huge mansion is listed for $1.2 million and couples were announced to move a short distance from the home. It was originally built on 2003 with new technologies. They built a new home in spring mill road located on North West side of Indiana.
The new home is 7000 square feet and every new technology is fitted in. it has a security camera to monitor front gate, children’s play area, and even garbage. The house with enhanced with automatic heating and cooling system in all the rooms, smart lighting system, and multi-room audio and video systems, four ELAN HR200 remotes accessible three ELAN TP7 touch panels in the bathroom, loft and kitchen. And also Apple TV, Blu-ray player, well-equipped fitness room, and so on.
Scott Dixon Business Model
In 2015, he was awarded as the Zealand Wall of Fame Rolex 24 at Daytona overall winner. In 2011, he was CART Rookie of the Year and won Jim Clark Trophy. He was appointed as the member of New Zealand Order of Merit by the government.
On January 3, 2017, Scott Dixon won number 3 in the IndyCar season held at Florida, United States. On st. Petersburg, he qualified second for the season-opening race in 2017.
Being a prominent racer, he works from his young age for all his praise and earnings. As hard work never fails, Scott strives hard for all his success. Aged 37, he is still active and participates in all IndyCar and few other seasons. All his fans hope for more success in his future racing.