Rufus Parnell Jones Net Worth
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$38’000’000. *It was submitted by Cathi Langille, 47 years old. From Princeton, Louisiana
$61’000’000. *It was submitted by Daryn, 53 years old. Job: (Supervisor, Jewelry Department). From Forest, Indiana
$13’000’000. *It was submitted by Ward Stolzenberg, 59 years old. From Dowell, Maryland
$96’000’000. *It was submitted by Paulie Lubit, 30 years old. From Georgetown, Mississippi
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1,75m.*It was submitted by Mela, 48 years old. From Little Elm, Texas.
How big is Rufus Parnell Jones weight?
71kg.**It was submitted by Clayborne Naylor, 51 years old. From Wolftown, Virginia.
62kg.***It was submitted by Base, 52 years old. From Alden, Minnesota.
Rufus Parnell Jones information
Birth date and age: August 12, 1933
The place of birth (POB): Torrance, California, USA
Rufus Parnell Parnelli Jones (born August 12, 1933 in Texarkana, Arkansas), is a retired American racing driver and race car owner. He is most remembered for his accomplishments at the Indianapolis 500. In 1962, he became the first driver to qualify over 150 mph. He won the race in 1963, then famously broke down while leading the 1967 race with three laps to go in a turbine car. During his career as an owner, he won the Indy 500 in 1970-1971 with driver Al Unser, Sr.In his career, Parnelli Jones won races in many types of vehicles: sports cars, IndyCars, sprint cars, midget cars, off-road vehicles, and stock cars. He is also remembered for bringing the stock block engine to USAC Sprint car racing as one of the Chevy Twins with Jim Hurtubise. He is associated with the famous Boss 302 Mustang with his wins using the engine in the 1970s. Jonesson P. J. Jones was also a diverse driver, with IndyCar and NASCAR starts and a championship in IMSA prototype sports cars. His other son Page Jones was an up-and-coming driver before suffering career ending (and life-threatening) injuries in a sprint car at the 4-Crown Nationals, and has been in rehabilitation, working with his father-in-law. Following the death of 1960 Indianapolis 500 winner Jim Rathmann, Jones is now the oldest living 500 winner.
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