Carl Fogarty Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Carl Fogarty is a 56-years-old British Motorcycle racer from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Carl Fogarty Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Carl Fogarty was born on 1 July 1965 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Carl’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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2019

Fogarty backed the Conservative Party in the 2019 United Kingdom general election.

2017

Forgarty is patron of local charity North West Blood Bikes – Lancs & Lakes and will be opening their new headquarters in December 2017.

2016

In July 2016, Fogarty was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Central Lancashire.

2014

He won the 14th series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2014 and was crowned ‘King of the Jungle’.

In 2014, Fogarty won the fourteenth series of ITV’ I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. The final saw him challenged to eat a large cupful of live mealworms (which he managed in three mouthfuls), two fried tarantulas, three live cockroaches, ostrich anus and a camel’s penis.

2003

In the same year, Fogarty founded the Foggy Petronas team in the World Superbike Championship (WSB). They entered with Carl’s former team-mate Corser and James Haydon in 2003, but their three-cylinder Petronas FP1 was never truly competitive. In 2004 they achieved two third places (one for Corser and one for Chris Walker), but in this season there was little manufacturer support in WSB. Once several manufacturers returned for 2005, they were not competitive. Petronas ended the project at the end of 2006, leaving Foggy’s racing future unclear. Having tried and failed to find sponsorship for a team running customer Ducatis in 2007, in May Fogarty confirmed the team’s return in 2008 as the official MV Agusta team – only to later pull the plug on his team’s activities and put their assets up for sale.

2002

In 2002, Ducati released a special limited edition model (only 300 units were built) in his honour, the Monster S4 Fogarty.

2000

Retired from racing since 2000, Fogarty is renowned for his high corner speed riding style, combined with an aggressive competitiveness, which brought him 59 victories and four World Superbike Championships (1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999). His greatest success came with the factory Ducati team.

Fogarty was forced to retire from racing in 2000 after a racing incident at Phillip Island when he hit privateer Ducati rider Robert Ulm and crashed. He suffered multiple injuries, including a serious shoulder injury which failed to heal well-enough to allow him to race again. He was replaced in the factory Ducati team by Troy Bayliss.

1998

He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 1998 New Year Honours, and helped to develop the Petronas FP1 racing motorcycle campaigned in the early 2000s.

The 1998 season was his closest title – after a disappointing weekend at the Nürburgring he lay just sixth in the standings, but fought back to overhaul Corser and Slight in the final round. This was especially notable as his team (Ducati Performance), managed by Davide Tardozzi, was in its first year of WSBK competition.

1997

In 1997 he returned to Ducati, finishing second overall to the Honda of John Kocinski.

1996

In 1996 he raced for Tuxworth again, now with Honda factory support. Despite winning four races that season on the RC45, three more than team-mate Slight, and one more than Slight had managed over three seasons on the bike, Fogarty again struggled with consistency and finished fourth overall, 16 points behind second placed Slight and 38 points behind champion Troy Corser.

1995

Winning six of the first eight races in 1995 helped him seal that title with 5 of the 24 races to spare, and he clinched it with three races remaining in 1999.

His first victory in any form of racing at Brands Hatch did not come until 1995. He had much greater success at Assen, winning all but one race there between 1995 and 1999.

Riding for Ducati, Fogarty finished second at the 1995 Daytona 200 in the United States. Scott Russell crashed during the first lap of the race but was able to remount and pass Fogarty for the win. Fogarty said that the pace car regrouping following the yellow flag allowed Russell to close the gap significantly.

1994

In 1994, two factors came together to build on the successes of the previous season. Fogarty was fit and hungry for the title, having been so close the previous season; but he would also be using the new Ducati 916.

1993

The 1993 season was the beginning of his era as a factory Ducati rider. He battled with Scott Russell for the title, winning 11 races to the American’s five, but losing out on consistency (Russell came 2nd twelve times compared to Fogarty’s two) to finish behind him.

In 1993, Fogarty won both superbike races at the North West 200 on board a Moto Cinelli Ducati 888. In race one he beat the Dunlop brothers (Robert in second, Joey third) and in race two, he was again ahead of Robert (second) and Phillip McCallen in third. He also set a new lap record of 122.491 mph.

1992

In 1992, he teamed with Terry Rymer and Michael Simul to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Other wins included Bol d’Or. They went on to win the FIM Endurance World Championship for Kawasaki. Thus, along with his four World Superbike Championships, he holds an aggregate of five world championship titles.

Fogarty rode a Harris Yamaha 500 GP bike in 1992 to victory in the Macau Grand Prix.

1991

In 1991, he raced for Neil Tuxworth’s Honda UK team in World Superbikes, finishing seventh overall. The team pulled out in 1992, and Fogarty nearly found himself without a ride after a promised deal failed to materialise. He did ultimately take his first WSBK win at Donington Park, and finished the championship ninth overall despite only completing a partial season.

Fogarty married Michaela in 1991. They owned a house in Lytham St Annes and have two children.

1990

He made several starts in Moto GP, filling in for Pierfrancesco Chili on an ROC bike for a while in 1990, with a best finish of sixth at the Swedish Grand Prix. He also contested the 500cc British Grand Prix several times. In 1992 he ran sixth before crashing on oil. In 1993 he qualified on the second row, and ran second early on after Alex Barros, Mick Doohan and Kevin Schwantz crashed on the first lap. He was set for third when he ran out of fuel, coasting over the line in fourth behind three Yamahas. He was entered again in 1994, but withdrew pre-race – citing a hand injury but later admitting that he felt the ride was uncompetitive.

1988

Early in his career he won the Formula One World Championship for bikes, which was gradually fading after the 1988 commencement of the World Superbike Championship. Fogarty won it three times, from 1988 to 1990. In 1990 it dropped below the six races required for the FIM to class it as a championship, rather than merely a cup; again, he won it.

Fogarty won the Ulster Grand Prix F1 race in 1988 and then a year later he won the ‘King of the Roads’ senior race setting a new lap record in the process, a speed of 121.629 mph.

1980

His Isle of Man achievements started in the mid-1980s. He won the 1985 Lightweight Newcomers event at the Manx Grand Prix and went on to win three TT races. First was the 1989 production 750 race followed by the Formula 1 and Senior events in 1990. He made a total of 26 Isle of Man TT starts, breaking the lap record in 1992. His lap at 18 minutes, 18.8 seconds (123.61 mph) on a Yamaha 750 cc was not broken until seven years later by Jim Moodie from a standing start riding a Honda RC45 in 1999, taking the record to 124.45 mph.

1965

Carl George Fogarty, MBE (born 1 July 1965), often known as Foggy, is one of the most successful World Superbike racers of all time. He also holds the second highest number of race wins at 59. He is the son of former motorcycle racer George Fogarty. In 2011, Fogarty was named an FIM Legend for his motorcycling achievements.

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Real Name Carl Fogarty
Nickname Carl
Profession Motorcycle racer


Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace


Age (2021) 56 Years
Birthplace Lancashire
Date Of Birth 1 July 1965
Sunsign Gemini
Hometown Lancashire
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Nationality British


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Carl Fogarty Net Worth


The Carl Fogarty Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


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Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD


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