What happened to Montoya F1?

But in F1 he never made the final step. He didn’t even acknowledge there was one to make. Which is why he fell down. It was reported at the time that Montoya quit after his lap one collision in the US Grand Prix with Raikkonen’s sister McLaren.

How much is Montoya worth?

Juan Pablo Montoya Net Worth: Juan Pablo Montoya is a Colombian professional race car driver known for being one of the few drivers to have participated in NASCAR, Formula One, CART, and IRL. Juan Pablo Montoya has a net worth of $35 million dollars.

Is Juan Pablo Montoya retired?

Montoya enjoyed success at the Williams and McLaren teams, winning races for both constructors. Since retiring from Formula One, Montoya moved on to the NASCAR series in which he competed until 2013. He then returned to the IndyCar series in 2014.

Who retired from Formula 1?

Kimi Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen will retire from Formula One at the end of the 2021 season, closing out a 20-year professional racing career. “This is it,” Raikkonen said in an Instagram post Wednesday, “This will be my last season in Formula One.” The Finn said he made the decision over the F1 winter break.

How old is Scott Dixon?

41 years (July 22, 1980)
Scott Dixon/Age

How much money does Juan Pablo have?

One of the notable names on the racing field is a Colombian racing driver, Juan Pablo Montoya. As one of only two active drivers who has won two legs of the Triple Crown of Motorsport, Montoya features a huge net worth of $35 million.

How tall is Juan Pablo Montoya?

1.68 m
Juan Pablo Montoya/Height

Which F1 driver is Nascar?

Juan Pablo Montoya
Montoya also equals Mario Andretti and Dan Gurney by winning races in Indy cars, Formula One cars and NASCAR Cup cars….

Juan Pablo Montoya
40 races run over 2 years
Team(s) Chip Ganassi Racing
Best finish 1st (1999)
First race 1999 Grand Prix of Miami (Homestead)

How old is Juan Montoya?

45 years (September 20, 1975)
Juan Pablo Montoya/Age

These days, the 45-year-old Montoya remains busy and competitive, racing in three different series: * Scheduled to drive seven races for DragonSpeed Racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship.