Currently, Bobby Labonte is an in-studio analyst for FOX Sports. However, he has worked as a racing driver since 1991. He has raced in seven hundred races in the past twenty-five years. His net worth is estimated at around $45 million. He has a wife and two children.
Bobby Labonte was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, on May 8, 1964. He attended Trinity High School in Texas. He married Donna Labonte in 1991. He has two children with his wife, and they live in Trinity, North Carolina. He also has a foundation that gives grants to non-profit organizations in the Triad of North Carolina.
Bobby Labonte has won several races in the NASCAR Busch Series and the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. He also has two poles and six top-five finishes. He has a career record of eighty-seven top-ten finishes. He has also raced in the Truck Series. He has competed in ten races in the NASCAR Camping Truck Series. He has won a Truck Series event at Martinsville.
Bobby Labonte has raced in more than seven hundred races over the past twenty-five years. He has earned a career gross of more than eighty-one million dollars, through his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series careers. He has also received numerous sponsorships. He currently has a base salary of between two hundred thousand and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and also receives prize money.
Labonte has received a performance bonus of up to two million dollars for his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career. He was also voted the most popular driver in the Busch series. He won the NASCAR Busch Series championship in 1991. Labonte also won a track championship at Caraway Speedway. He also won the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship in 2007. Labonte has a wife and two children. He is married to Donna Labonte, and they live in Trinity, North Carolina. He has a son named Madison, who is a freshman at Appalachian Mountain College. He also has a daughter named Amber, who is a student at Duke University. Labonte has announced that he will not return to racing in 2017.
Bobby Labonte competed in the NASCAR Busch Series in 1990, when he finished fourth in the standings. He went on to finish second in the Coca-Cola 600 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. He also finished eighth in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series standings in 1999. He also won the NASCAR Southern 500 in 2000. He finished eighth in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings in 2003. Labonte last competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2012. In 2012, he ran a full season. He finished twenty-oneth in the points standings. He has also finished in the Top 20 in twenty-one of his twenty-two consecutive Daytona 500s.
He has also raced in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He has also been a reporter on NASCAR America since 2014. Labonte is also the head of his own marketing agency, Breaking Limits, located in High Point, North Carolina.