Mick Doohan had a successful career in motorcycling, Now, his son, Jack Doohan, is looking to take the same steps, but towards Formula 1.

Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

Michael Sydney Doohan AM is an Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion, who won five consecutive 500 cc World Championships.

Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

Born 4 June 1965 (age 57)


Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
  Nationality    Australian
Children Jack Doohan

Originally from the Gold Coast, Queensland, Doohan attended St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace and Aspley State High School, Brisbane.

He raced in Australian Superbikes in the late 1980s, and also won both races as Superbike World Championship visited Oran Park in 1988 as well as the second leg of the Japanese round held earlier in the year. 

Mick Doohan son

Jack Doohan’s debut drive at a Formula One weekend may have been cut short through a technical issue, but the Australian teenager’s famous dad was still left cherishing a ‘magnificent moment’.


Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

         Nationality           Australian
Born 20 January 2003 (age 19) 
Gold Coast, Australia
Related to Mick Doohan (father)

Legendary Aussie motorbike champ Mick Doohan reveals the ‘magnificent moment’ that led to son’s debut in an F1 car.

Jack Doohan (born 20 January 2003) is an Australian race car driver currently competing in the FIA Formula 2 Championship with Virtuosi Racing.

He is the son of motorcycle rider Mick Doohan, who is a five-time 500cc world champion.

Doohan started his single-seater career at the age of 15 in the F4 British Championship with the TRS Arden Junior Racing Team, alongside fellow Red Bull junior Dennis Hauger.

He scored three wins throughout the season, with his first car racing victory coming at Thruxton. The Australian finished fifth in the standings, just one point behind Hauger.

Mick Doohan grand Prix 

Mick Doohan is an Australian five-time Grand Prix world champion – all five of which are in the premier 500cc class (now known as MotoGP). Doohan raced for Honda’s factory team for the entirety of his career.

Doohan won the 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998 500cc World Championships, before a crash during practice for the 1999 Spanish Grand Prix ended his career.


Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

His 54 Grand Prix victories are the equal seventh highest of all time (with Dani Pedrosa). His most successful circuit is Mugello Circuit where he has won six times.

Doohan’s largest margin of victory was at the 1992 Japanese Grand Prix when he beat Doug Chandler by 28.298 seconds in the race, and his smallest margin of victory was at the 1996 City of Imola Grand Prix when he beat teammate Àlex Crivillé by 0.104 seconds in the race.


Doohan married Selina Sines, his partner of eleven years, on Tuesday 21 March 2006, on Hamilton Island; the couple have two children, including racing driver Jack Doohan.

Mick Doohan And Wife Selina Sines Are Proud Parents Of Son Jack Doohan Mick is a previous street dashing winner of Australia. He is known for coming out on top for the 500cc World Championships multiple times sequentially.

The winner wedded his adored spouse, Selina Sines, whom he dated for quite a while in 2006. Two or three offers two kids, and Jack is one of them.

Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

As steady guardians, they have consistently enlivened their kids in their day to day existence and profession. Additionally, Mick and his better half Selina have rooted for their child, Jack, hustling occasion.

They have been more than glad for his effective dashing profession. In addition, he will make a big appearance in the 2022 title.

Net worth 

According to Celebritynetworth, Mick Doohan is an Australian motorcyclist who has a net worth of $5 million dollars.

Mick Doohan : Son | Grand Prix | Wife | Net worth

Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of Birth: Jun 4, 1965 (57 years old)     
Gender: Male
Nationality: Australia

He began racing on the Grand Prix circuit for Honda in 1989, and was instantly successful.

However, a severe crash in 1992 put him out of serious contention for almost two years, and required the retrofitting of his bike, as he no longer had adequate use of parts of his body. 

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