Scott Goodyear Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN

Scott Goodyear

Scott Goodyear

Scott Goodyear Biography

Scott Goodyear is a journalist and sportscaster presently working at ESPN for the IndyCar Series as an expert analyst. Since officially joining in 2002, he has been a part of the network’s family.  Goodyear served won both in 1992 and 1994 at both the Champ Car series. 

And Indy Racing League as a race driver previously. Though, his career to an end when Goodyear was involved in a crash in 2001. Goodyear likes watching racing cars and traveling during his free time.

Scott Goodyear Age

Goodyear was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 20, 1959. He is 62 years old and on December 20 every year celebrates his birthday.

Scott Goodyear Height

He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches /approx. 1.72 m tall.

Scott Goodyear Family

Goodyear has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings.

Scott Goodyear Wife

Goodyear is married to his beautiful and caring wife Leslie. The duo several years has been in marriage and is presently the proud parents of one handsome son Grayson Goodyear.

Scott Goodyear Children

Goodyear and Leslie are proud parents of one good-looking son namely  Grayson Goodyear.

Scott Goodyear Salary

Goodyear receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000,  according to ESPN Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Scott Goodyear’s Net worth

He has an approximated net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million.

Scott Goodyear Career

Goodyear serves at ESPN for the IndyCar Series as an expert analyst currently. He has been serving since officially joining the journalism industry in 2002 for the network. Goodyear served from 1996 to 2003 at the Indy Racing League as a race car driver previously.

He was in the CART Indy Car Series and competed for four years before the Indy league. Goodyear won his first race in 1992 additionally, at the Michigan International Speedway. In 1992, Goodday finished second to Al Unser Jr and participated in the closest Indianapolis 500.

However,  in 1997, he finished second to Luyendyk Arie.  Goodyear participated in the Indy 500 in 12 consecutive starts as a Car race driver in 2001.