Casey Stoner Net Worth

Casey Stoner was born into a family of Bronwyn Stoner, Colin Stoner unknown. Earning the 凯西·斯通纳 , Стоунер, Кейси along his career, Casey Stoner is a Motorcycle Racer. As a professional athlete, this person has one numerous awards and trophies, including: unknown. A decorated career started in school unknown and later progressed, launching Casey Stoner into stardom. Born on unknown in unknown, this Motorcycle Racer stood out from the rest of the crowd as early as in their child years. Making them a globally known and cheered superstar, their career earnings through winnings and sponsored deals have guaranteed Casey Stoner a lot of money. Want to know how much exactly? Well it is estimated that the net worth of Casey Stoner is around $14 Million

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  • Full Name: Casey Stoner
  • Net Worth: $14 Million
  • Date Of Birth: October 16, 1985
  • Place Of Birth: Southport, Australia
  • Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
  • Profession: Motorcycle Racer
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Spouse: Adriana Tuchyna Stoner
  • Children: Alessandra Maria Stoner
  • Parents: Bronwyn Stoner, Colin Stoner
  • Nicknames: 凯西·斯通纳 , Стоунер, Кейси
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  • Nominations: Laureus World Sports Award for Breakthrough of the Year


  • I’ve said many times in the past that my career’s not going to go on much longer; I’m not going to keep going and riding until I’m in my 30s and things like this.
  • I think there is no defending a title. You don’t go into a season with a points advantage over anyone. So I don’t think it’s ever a title defence. I think you’ve got a different number on your bike, if you choose so, but everyone starts at zero again.
  • I never really look too far ahead, to be honest.
  • Being married has helped my racing.
  • I have been going from one racetrack to another for years, since I was 14.
  • I have been interested in V8s for a long time.
  • Even now with the operation, with the damage done, my ankle probably is never going to be back to 100 per cent.
  • I’m good at separating my personal life from racing. When I’m at track, it’s race time; when I’m away from it, other than the fact I’m training to be fit for it, there is nothing at home that makes me even want to think about racing. I just want to enjoy my life, and by the time the next race comes around, I’m ready and excited for it.
  • I have broken my collarbone twice in a year.
  • I think I don’t really have any expectations; I don’t look at the season as a whole – I look at it race by race.
  • There are a lot of good guys that I race against, and that’s what I enjoy the most.
  • I can only do what I can do.
  • I’m not always going to keep waiting for a fairytale ending.
  • Even in motocross, you’re struggling to see people pass each other anymore. There seems to be one line in motocross.
  • People can be great competitors on Sunday and mates on Monday.
  • Everyone seems quite good at stories and making them up.
  • I’m very thoughtful, and when I make a decision I usually stick to it.
  • In 2007, people tried to belittle me a little bit and sort of take the credit away from me and my team and what we achieved.
  • Once I decided to retire from bikes, there was no thought to go racing again. I wanted to have a full year off and maybe even see the world a bit.
  • People are telling me I might be going back to MotoGP, but a rumour is a rumour.
  • I’ve always known there’s more to life than just racing for a long time.
  • The money doesn’t interest me. I’m not enjoying MotoGP, and I’m retiring.


Title Year Status Character
Hitting the Apex 2015 Documentary Himself
Top Gear Festival: Sydney 2013 TV Special Himself – Special Guest
Fastest 2011 Documentary Himself