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Revealed: Martin Brundle's eye-watering eight-figure net worth after years of racing and broadcasting

Revealed: Martin Brundle's eye-watering eight-figure net worth after years of racing and broadcasting

It's an enormous amount of money.

Martin Brundle boasts an enormous eight-figure net worth, according to reports.

To Sky Sports F1’s younger viewers, Brundle is known for his commentary and celebrity interactions during his infamous grid walks, some of which don’t quite go to plan.

During Sunday’s British Grand Prix the 64-year-old exchanged words with the likes of Brad Pitt, Pep Guardiola, Florence Pugh, Sam Ryder and Liam Payne.

But it was an awkward interaction with supermodel Cara Delevingne that proved to be the biggest talking point on social media.

Before broadcasting, Brundle enjoyed a successful racing career, that featured a titanic battle with Ayrton Senna for the 1983 Formula Three championship.

And his years on the track and in television have seen him rack up an enormous net worth.

Martin Brundle net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Brundle is valued at a staggering £78.19million ($100m) after a career in F1 and broadcasting spanning almost five decades.

Indeed, Brundle first entered the world of F1 in 1984 but took time away from the sport five years later to focus on sportscars.

After winning the famous Le Mans 24-hour race in 1990, Brundle returned to the grid but ultimately failed to stand on the top step of the podium.

While the former McLaren driver still keeps his foot behind the wheel at a range of domestic events, Brundle has become a household name on the F1 coverage circuit.

He worked as a commentator for ITV Sport from 1997 to 2008, before taking a role at the BBC from 2009 to 2011 alongside Jonathan Legard when they won back the rights to show F1.

Brundle finally joined Sky Sports in 2012, where he took on a co-commentary role, working alongside lead commentator David Croft.

Brundle’s wealth is very much on display when it comes to his stunning car collection. The beloved broadcaster admitted he “loved” his Aston Martin DBS in a chat with Evo Magazine in 2021.

However, among his personal favourites is a Porsche Cayenne 4.2 V8 diesel, which he revealed he took on road trips.

Brundle has also owned a range of Ferraris including the 328 GTS, 355 GTB and a 550 Maranello.

Featured Image Credit: Martin Brundle via Instagram & Motor Sport via YouTube

Topics: Sky Sports, Formula 1, Net Worth