|Birth Name:||John Warren McGuinness|
|Birth Place:||Morecambe, Lancashire, England|
|Date of Birth:||16/04/1972|
|Age:||46 years old|
|Children:||Son Ewan , Daughter Maisie|
John McGuinness, 23 times Isle of Man TT winner started his reign in the mountain from 1999 and thus has won in about every solo classes from 250cc to superbikes. The Morecambe missile had recorded his first 130 mph lap in 2007 and made a lap record up to 131.671 mph in 2013.
The MotorCycle Enthusiast, John was born in the land of Morecambe, Lancashire, England on the 16th of April, 1972. At the age of 18, McGuinness had his first endurance race in the year 1990. He first debuted in the Isle Man of TT race in 1996 and won the title of The Best Newcomer Award.
The Professional MotorBike racer, John McGuinness has a net worth of approximately thousands of dollars, considering the average salary of a professional motorcycle is $85,000 it is a safe bet that the biker has collected a lot of riches over time throughout his journey as a motorcycle enthusiast.
The 46-year-old, John also is a skilled BrickLayerer & has an autobiography called ” Built for Speed” from which we can estimate his wealth to exceed thousands of dollars. The Isle of Man TT Racer, McGuinness is second most successful TT Racer next to the legendary late Joey Dunlop.
Isle of Man Rider suffered vertebrae, rib and leg fractures in the North West 200 Crash.
Image Source: BBC
British 250cc Champion in 1999, and winning as the third in British Superstock in 2009, John had also competed in World SuperSport in 2002. John McGuinness’s net worth can be roughly estimated in millions in comparison to fellow rider Guy Martin who has a net worth of $1.5 million.
Guinness, who is the first man to break the average record of 130mph & 131mph barrier in an official race back in 2009. John has suffered many injuries including injuries in his vertebrae, leg & rib fractures on the North West 200 Crash.
The Legendary racer, John McGuinness has stated in an interview with BBC that in spite of his career-threatening injuries that has totaled up to 26 times, he doesn’t want to retire as a racer just because of his injuries. With the amount of wealth, we can say that he’s got enough insurance to heal himself back enough to be back in the racing tracks.
23 Times TT winner John McGuiness was signed to Team Norton and pilot the Norton SG6 for the Isle of Man TT races.
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The TT Racer John has been in the Isle of Man TT Race industry for 22 years now. Over the past two decades, John has a remarkable number of wins which has won him the title of “Legendary Racer ” second to Joey Dunlop.
The Lancashire’s Racer won his first TT Title of Lightweight 250cc three years after his debut at the race. After the year 1999, John has been unbeatable when it comes to his racing journey collecting 23 titles in the TT racing
|2006||TT superbike race ,TT Senior Bike Race||127.933 mph , 129.451 mph|
|2007||TT Senior Race||130.354 mph|
|2008||Senior TT Race||-|
|2009||2009 Isle of Man TT||130.442 mph|
|2010||North West 200 (fifth),|
|2011||Supersport TT Race 1 (fifth),Supersport TT Race 2(second place), Superstock TT Race(second )||-|
|2012||Supersport race(4th),Supersport class race(5th)|
|2013||6-lap Senior TT,Superbike race||131.671 mph|
The English Racer, John McGuinness was born & raised in the land of Lancashire in Morecambe. At the age of 4, McGuinness started riding his bike with the help of his father who owned a moto shop where he sold wheels & the machinery that goes into it. Guinness’s father reportedly started with the dealing of Bikes & then moved on to cars.
The 46-year old John reminisces about the time of his 16-year-old self when he got his first bike, a second hand Suzuki AP50 which was a gift from his dad, describes the roads never felt the same after he started riding the bike.
The Fearless Biker John McGuinness with his wife Becky McGuinness and son Ewan.
The Biker Dad, John McGuinness is rarely seen in the race competitions without his wife Becky McGuinness, son Ewan and daughter Maisie on the side tracks supporting him. He considers himself lucky to have found the most supportive wife & children.
We wish McGuinness great health & look forward to seeing him winning more of the professional bike racing titles like he has for the past two decades.