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Mick Doohan Net Worth

Mick Doohan Net Worth is
$5 Million

Mick Doohan Bio/Wiki 2018

Mick Doohan is a former Australian Grand Prix bike road racing World Champion. Only Giacomo Agostini with eight (seven straight) and Valentino Rossi with seven (five straight) have won more premiere class titles. Born Michael Doohan on June 4, 1965 in Brisbane, Australia, he attended St. Joseph’s College. In 1989, he began racing on the Grand Prix circuit for Honda and it had been an instant success.

Mick Doohan Net Worth $5 Million

In 1992, Doohan had a severe crash that put him out of serious competition for nearly two years. It required the retrofitting of his bike as he no longer had decent utilization of his body parts. When his health returned, he concluded first of second at just about every race on the circuit from 1994 to 1998. Yet, he crashed again in 1999 and his previously injured leg was seriously damaged again. He chose to retire but continued to work as an advisor for Honda until 2004. In April 1998, he got the opportunity to test a Formula One race car, the Williams FW19, in the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain. He found it difficult to drive the car and crashed against a guard rail.

Full NameMick Doohan
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJune 4, 1965
Place Of BirthGold Coast, Australia
SpouseSelina Siles (m. 2006)
NicknamesMichael "Mick" Sydney Doohan, Michael Sydney Doohan, Michael Doohan, Michael "Mick" Doohan, Quick Mick, Mad Mick, The Thunder from Down Under
1I use to think all road racers were nuts. You know racing around a track at that speed
2A lot of fun when you get it right but the other side if the coin is when you crash
1Currently maintaining an involvement in GP racing as General Manager of Racing for Honda Racing Corporation. [2005]
2Was considered to be part of the "Golden Era" of motorcycling racing, the late 80s and the early 90s which included Eddie Lawson, Wayne Gardner, Kevin Schwantz, and Wanye Rainey all of them had great skills which made for some vary memorable moments
3After the 1992 crash which almost cost him his life he had his right leg surgically attached to his left leg (which he was in danger of losing) to increase blood flow to speed up recovery
4In 1992 he crashed and broke his right leg and missed four races while recovering from the injury. Left with a restricted range of movement his team created a hand-operated rear braking system to his Rothmans Honda so he could continue racing.
5Began riding motorcycles at the age of nine
6Was considered to be part of the "Golden Era" of motorcycling racing, the late 80s and the early 90s.
7In 1999 he suffered a broken right leg, shoulder, and left wrist, when he crashed his Repsol Honda at 200+km/h at Jerez, Spain. He was immediately brought to the U.S. after the accident for corrective surgery which included inserting two plates and 12 screws in his right leg, and a plate in his left forearm. Toward the end of the year he announced his retirement due to injuries from his crash
8Was looked after by special surgeon Dr. Claudia Costa


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