When no one wants to bring work to home, car racers may be an odd exception. As a matter of fact, all best-compensated car racers fulfill their garages with high-profile automobiles. In the issue today, let's take a look at personal cars of car racers.
Danica Patrick is the first American female auto racing driver to win Indy car race and NASCAR star. The diver, model and advertising spokeswoman owns a Lamborghini Gallardo and Mercedes ML 63 AMG when traveling off the race. Needless to say, she has received two speeding tickets in her hometown in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Danica Patrick's car
Sebastian Vettel earns his title of German Formula One world champion at the age of 23. The youngest winner of German Formula One uses an Infiniti FX50 as his personal ride.
The 2009 World Drivers’ Champion Jenson Button owns three cars including 1978 Ferrari 512BB, Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG DR 520 and 1970 VW Type 2 camper.
Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton uses a Mercedes-Benz GL Class 320 CDI as his personal vehicle.
German F1 seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher is interested on Fiat Croma, Original Fiat 500 and Ferrari FXX.
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart has a number of cars including a 1984 Cadillac hearse.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt, who is in the third generation of race car family, uses a 1967 Camaro and a 1972 Camaro off the track.
The Scottish Formula One driver owns a 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE convertible and a Smart Car.
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon drives a Chevy Tahoe Hybrid as his personal car.
Aussie Formula One driver Mark Webber possesses an Infiniti M37 and Porsche 911 GT2 RS.