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Full Name Russell Ingall
Date of Birth February 24, 1964
Age 60 years, 0 months, 19 days
Profession Race Car Driver
Country Australia
Horoscope Aquarius

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Russell Ingall Biography

Russell Ingall is one of the most popular and richest Race Car Driver who was born on February 24, 1964 in Australia. V8 Supercar driver from Australia, best known for winning the 1997 Bathurst Classic as well as the 2005 V8Supercar Championship Series. Racing fans around the world call him “Enforcer”.

Both he and Denmark’s He and Denmark’s Jan Magnussen are both Formula Ford Festival winners. were winners of the Formula Ford Festival.

Competing in only his second Formula Ford event, Ingall finished third in a support race at the 1988 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide. Over the next few years Ingall proved to be a force in the Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series finishing runner-up before claiming the crown in the 1990. In 1990, he co-drove a Bob Forbes Racing Holden Commodore VL at the Bathurst 1000 with Kevin Bartlett

Ingall headed to Europe in 1991. After almost claiming the British Formula Ford Championship in 1991, and making a promising debut in the GM-Lotus formula, Ingall moved to Germany to drive for Opel Team Schuebel in the German Formula Three Championship. Ingall also had the opportunity to compete in Peter Wearing Smith’s team at the Macau Grand Prix, where he started 23rd and overtook David Coulthard to finish in fifth position.

He has two daughters, Sasha and Jaz.

NameRussell Ingall
First NameRussell
Last NameIngall
OccupationRace Car Driver
BirthdayFebruary 24
Birth Year1964
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Birth CountryAustralia
Birth SignAquarius
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After spending the first half of 1994 in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship Ingall made his return to Touring Cars, having previously driven for the Bob Forbes Racing team in 1990, driving for Wayne Gardner Racing at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000. Ingall and Win Percy led at Bathurst for some time before finishing fifth.

Russell Ingall Net Worth

Russell Ingall is one of the richest Race Car Driver from Australia. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Russell Ingall's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

At 12 years old, he began racing go-karts and won many races in Australia. He then moved to Europe to pursue a career in Formula One.

In 1933, he won 13 of 16 races in British Formula Ford Championship. This set a record for the most wins in one season in Formula One racing.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeRace Car Driver
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
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Ingall went on to win the 1995 British Formula Renault Championship before joining Perkins Engineering for its campaign for the endurance races back in Australia. Ingall figured prominently in the team’s epic last to first victory at Bathurst. He would then become a permanent face of the V8 Supercar Championship throughout 1996 season.

In his seven years with Perkins Engineering, Ingall finish runner-up in the championship three times (1998, 1999 and 2001) and was third in 1997.

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Ingall made history in 1993 returning to the United Kingdom to drive for the factory Van Diemen team to win 13 out of the 16 races in the British Formula Ford Championship and in the process recording the highest number of wins in a single season in the history of Formula Ford.

In 2004 Ingall was again consistent with the highlight of the season coming with a round win at Symmons Plains in round 12. In the final round at Eastern Creek Raceway, he finished third overall to jump from fourth to second in the championship in his Caltex Ford Falcon BA and give Stone Brothers Racing an historic 1–2 finish as his teammate Marcos Ambrose won the championship.

Who is Russell Ingall Dating?

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Following seven years with the Perkins team Ingall moved to Stone Brothers Racing at the start of 2003 in winning style taking out the support races at the Australian Grand Prix.

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Russell Ranked on the list of most popular Race Car Driver. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in Australia. Russell Ingall celebrates birthday on February 24 of every year.

In 2005 Ingall went one better, collecting his first V8 Supercar championship after having been runner-up four times. Ingall went into the season with a plan and he followed it to the final race of the season, which was held at the Phillip Island circuit. He raced “smarter” than he ever had before and worked out his strategy around the V8 Supercars points system to collect the title ahead of Craig Lowndes and Marcos Ambrose.

What happened to Russell Ingall?

After toying with the idea of retiring from full-time motorsports in 2014, Ingall announced returned to V8 Supercars in the 2014 season with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport. At the end of 2014, Ingall retired from full-time driving. He will still compete as a co-driver in the three endurance races.

How many Bathurst 1000 has Russell Ingall won?

Earning the nickname the “Enforcer” during his racing career, Ingall is a two-time Bathurst 1000 champion, winning the Great Race alongside Larry Perkins in 1995 and 1997. Russell Ingall will race in the Bathurst 1000 for the first time since 2016.

Where was Russell Ingall born?

United Kingdom

How old is Jamie Whincup?

39 years (February 6, 1983)

Who is Russell Ingall driving with at Bathurst?

No.DriverCo-Driver
39Broc FeeneyRussell Ingall
44James CourtneyThomas Randle
88Jamie WhincupCraig Lowndes
96Macauley JonesChris Pither

Key Events

  1. Russell Ingall (born 24 February 1964 in London, England) is a former full-time Australian V8 Supercar driver..

  2. Competing in only his second Formula Ford event, Ingall finished third in a support race at the 1988 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide..

  3. Over the next few years Ingall proved to be a force in the Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series finishing runner-up before claiming the crown in the 1990..

  4. In 1990, he co-drove a Bob Forbes Racing Holden Commodore VL at the Bathurst 1000 with Kevin Bartlett .

  5. Ingall headed to Europe in 1991..

  6. After almost claiming the British Formula Ford Championship in 1991, and making a promising debut in the GM-Lotus formula, Ingall moved to Germany to drive for Team Schübel in the German Formula Three Championship..

  7. Ingall made history in 1993 returning to the United Kingdom to drive for the factory Van Diemen team to win 13 out of the 16 races in the British Formula Ford Championship and in the process recording the highest number of wins in a single season in the history of Formula Ford. .

  8. After spending the first half of 1994 in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship Ingall made his return to Touring Cars, having previously driven for the Bob Forbes Racing team in 1990, driving for Wayne Gardner Racing at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000..

  9. Ingall has also won the Bathurst 1000, in 1995 and 1997..

  10. Ingall went on to win the 1995 British Formula Renault Championship before joining Perkins Engineering for its campaign for the endurance races back in Australia..

  11. He would then become a permanent face of the V8 Supercar Championship throughout 1996 season. .

  12. During his first year, Ingall claimed his maiden victory at Calder Park and then went on to win the Bathurst 1000 for the second time in 1997..

  13. He also finished second in 1998 and 2002. .

  14. In his seven years with Perkins Engineering, Ingall finish runner-up in the championship three times (1998, 1999 and 2001) and was third in 1997. .

  15. Following seven years with the Perkins team Ingall moved to Stone Brothers Racing at the start of 2003 in winning style taking out the support races at the Australian Grand Prix. .

  16. In 2004 Ingall was again consistent with the highlight of the season coming with a round win at Symmons Plains in round 12..

  17. In 2005 Ingall went one better, collecting his first V8 Supercar championship after having been runner-up four times..

  18. He won his V8 Supercars title in 2005, and finished second in 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2004..

  19. In 2006 Ingall saw the championship slip from his grasp due to poor performance from his car which saw him finish the championship in eighth place. .

  20. In the lead-up to the 2007 season finale, Ingall announced he was Holden bound, thus leaving Stone Brothers Racing and Ford after five years..

  21. For 2008 Ingall moved to Paul Morris Motorsport. .

  22. Ingall returned to the Holden fray in 2008 with Paul Morris Motorsport, now sponsored by automotive parts retailer Supercheap Auto..

  23. In 2010, Ingall was joined by New Zealander Greg Murphy..

  24. Ingall remained with Paul Morris Motorsport until the end of 2011. .

  25. In 2012, Ingall moved to Walkinshaw Racing, with the Supercheap Auto sponsorship. .

  26. In 2013, Ingall continued the use of the No. 66 car, however, 2013 saw the change to the new Holden VF Commodore..

  27. After toying with the idea of retiring from full-time motorsports in 2014, Ingall announced returned to V8 Supercars in the 2014 season with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport..

  28. At the end of 2014, Ingall retired from full-time driving..

  29. In 2015, Ingall signed with the Holden Racing Team to race in the endurance series after James Courtney was injured in a freak accident..

  30. In 2015, Ingall was appointed a co-host on Fox Sports coverage of V8 Supercars with five-time champion and former rival Mark Skaife. .

  31. Ingall signed with Nissan Motorsport to race in the Pirtek Enduro Cup in 2016 and joined Rick Kelly in the No. 15 Nissan Altima. .

  32. In October 2018, Ingall made his Stadium Super Trucks debut at Sydney Motorsport Park..

  33. Ingall made a return to the championship in a Triple Eight Race Engineering wildcard in the 2021 Bathurst 1000 alongside Broc Feeney in a Supercheap Auto backed #39 Holden Commodore ZB. .

  34. In April 2021, Ingall took over for the injured Nash Morris for the series' final two races at Symmons Plains..