Racing legend Bobby Rahal, who divorced his ex-wife Debi in 2003, eager to get married again??
Bobby Rahal, the American racing legend who divorced his ex-wife Debi in 2003, is reportedly eager to get married again!! The racing legend wants to move on from his past life and is looking to start a new page in his life.
Bobby Rahal had married Debbie Rahal in 1980. They went to the same high school together and had gotten married after Mr. Rahal finished his college from Denison University.
Their son is also a race car driver like his father. Graham Rahal has just got married to his fiancé last year.
Rumor's on Rahal's married life
Sources say that Bobby and Debi were having trouble in their marriage due Bobby’s drinking problem, leading to continued fights and quarrels. Debbi stated that she could not live in such a home and thus they got a divorce.
Bobby, who is at the age of 63, is now eager for companionship. He allegedly wants to get married to his mysterious girlfriend, whose identity has not yet been revealed.
According to our sources, he is looking to get married later this year. He has said to our sources that his family and children are supportive of his decision to get married again, even after a bitter divorce with his ex wife.
Robert “Bobby” Woodward Rahal was born Medina, Ohio and was a former race car driver. As of now, he owns a racing team. As a driver he won three championships and 24 races in CART Open Race Championships, which includes the 1986 Indianapolis 500.
After retiring, he held managerial positions with the Jaguar Formula One Team and was also the interim president of the CART Series, He also drove a sports car for the Wood brothers in The NASCAR.
Rahal's racing career
Rahal began his racing career with the SCCA feeder categories, soon impressing the audience and sponsors enough to get an offer from Formula Three with the Wolf Racing.
He then showed off his abilities to the members of the Wolf Racing and earned a spot in the Formula One team of the Wolf Racing.
He went to race in the 1978 United States Grand Prix Series and 1978 Canadian Grand Prix series with Wolf Racing.
He had an impressive career at Grand Prix, racing all the levels with various teams. Then, he moved on to race in the NASCAR, where he won 12 races and had more than 32 starts for his team.
After losing the 1991 Indy Car race, he and his partner Carl Hogan acquired assets of the team became the owners. His team went on to be fairly successful in the Indy Car Races.
He also tried to make and develop his own type of car with Carl Hogan called Rahal and Hogan. They were not successful in doing so.
As of today, he has an estimated net worth of $62 million dollars.