Is Graham Rahal Married? His Bio, Age, Wife (Courtney Force) and Net worth

Is Graham Rahal married? Yes, he is. His wife is none other than the daughter of 16-time NHRA drag racing champion John Force named Courtney Force. They tied their knot on November 21, 2015, and have already celebrated their fourth marriage anniversary.

The duo hasn’t been blessed with any children but might soon think about it. His wife is a former drag racer who revealed her retirement on January 24, 2019.

From his marital life, he is the brother-in-law to Chief Financial Officer of John Force Racing, Adria Hight (married to Robert Hight), Ashley Hood (married to Daniel Hood) and Brittany Force (dating Jim Underco). Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Rahal:

 

Who is Graham Rahal?

Born as Graham Robert Rahal, he landed the planet on January 4, 1989, which makes his age be 31 years old as of 2020. By profession, he is an American race car driver who is well recognized for driving in the IndyCar Series with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.

 

 

Early Life and Education

Graham was born in 1989 and his place of birth is in Columbus, Ohio, the United States of America. He was born to the parents named Bobby Rahal (father) and Deborah Berry (mother). His parents have already divorced and now live separately.

It seems like Graham has a passion for racing in his blood. His father is a former auto racing driver who now owns an auto racing team called Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and is also noted for being the 1986 Indianapolis 500 champion.

Similarly, Graham’s grandfather Mike Rahal was also a sports car racer. Talking about his education and academic achievements, Graham was enrolled at New Albany school systems in Ohio from where he completed his graduation in June 2007. He is also said to have attended Denison University.

 

Career and Professional Life

Graham Rahal first made a big win by earning the Formula Atlantic class in 2005 at the SCCA Runoffs where he secured the fourth position in Star Mazda Series standings. In the following year, he became a full-time racer in the Champ Car Atlantic Series.

There, he got victory over five races and secured the second position in the season standings. He went to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and later revealed that he would participate in the Champ Car World Series driving for Newman/Haas Racing in 2007.

He participated in the 24 Hours of Daytona on January 27. He also participated in the 12 Hours of Sebring American Le Mans Series race on March 18 for his father’s team. With two other drivers, he drove a Porsche 911 GT3-RSR where he finished 15th overall and 6th in the GT2 class.

Rahal became the part of the IndyCar Series after the formulation of a single American open-wheel racing series for 2008. While testing, he falls in a crash which restricted him to participate in the Gainsco Auto Insurance Indy 300.

At the age of 19 years, 93 days, he earned a major American open-wheel race and is the youngest person till date to do so. He took No. 02 car to participate in the 2009 IndyCar Series where he was sponsored by McDonald. Being at the age of 20 years and 90 days, he turned to be the youngest ever polesitter.

He was also associated with the American-based Formula One team called the US F1 Team which was going to participate in the 2010 World Championship for the first time. An announcement made on March 10, 2010, revealed that he would pilot Fisher’s No. 67 Dollar General car for Sarah Fisher Racing.

Finally, he signed for his father’s team named Rahal Letterman Racing and participated in the 2010 Indianapolis 500. He signed with Chip Ganassi Racing to drive the No. 38 car and was also sponsored by Service Central.

He returned back to his father’s team in 2013. He broke a 6+ year winless streak in the 2015 season by getting the victory the 2015 MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway in California. In 205, he earned the 2016 Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway making his next big achievement.

Rahal has also been involved in a business venture where he has been running an automotive tuning and parts shop called Graham Rahal Performance based in Brownsburg, Indiana. He has also partnered with car dealership network firm called Bobby Rahal Automotive Group.

 

Personal Life

Graham Rahal is married to former NHRA drag racer Courtney Force since November 2015. They are having a perfect time together and might be planning to have their first kid soon as Force has already revealed her retirement this year.

He has also been supporting hockey team Columbus Blue Jackets, American baseball team Cleveland Indians, American basketball team Cleveland Cavaliers and football team Ohio State.

 

 

Body Measurements

American race car driver Graham has a tall height of 6 feet and 2 inches. He weighs about 90 kilograms making him perfectly balanced as per his tall height. Being a sports person, he is highly concerned about his fitness and has always been taking effort to maintain a positive attitude with a peace of mind.

Other information regarding Graham’s body figure facts like his biceps, chest, feet size, dress size, etc. are not provided.

 

Salary and Net worth

The IndyCar Series American car racer Rahal has an estimated net worth of 5 million USD. According to some online sources, he has an estimated salary of 361,129 USD. His net worth is also influenced by his automotive business earnings as well where he is a junior partner with Bobby Rahal Automotive Group.

In 2009, he created the Graham Rahal Foundation with an aim to support for Childhood.  This shows that the car racer has been fulfilling his social responsibility as well.

 

Wiki and Facts

The bio of American car racer Graham Rahal is available on most of the popular wiki sites including Wikipedia. His Twitter profile is reachable @GrahamRahal where he has amassed over 120k followers. Similarly, his Instagram profile is available @grahamrahal where he is being followed by more than 87k followers.

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