"Never depend on single income. Make the investment to create a second source" a motivative word by the multi-billionaire Warren Buffett, really seems to fit right in the case of the English presenter Richard Hammond. The 48-year old Hammond is the former co-host of the BBC's Top Gear and is currently is the presenter for the Amazon's The Grand Tour.
Working professionally since 1998, Hammond has earned a huge fame and economic benefit. Currently, Richard Hammond is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $27 million. Wanna know more about his salary, net worth, and properties? Scroll down.
Following the dismissal of the Top Gear's co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson, Richard quitted the BBC and followed him to the new Amazon show Grand Tour in 2016.
Also, the shareholder of the TV company Hamster’s Wheel Productions along with his wife Amanda "Mindy" Hammond, Richard was reported to have earned the 2 dividend payments of $2.6 million and $715,648 from their own TV company and from The Grand Tour in 2017.
Seems the income has now been more than double for Hammond, as while working in the BBC, Hammond received the annual salary of $679,043.
Furthermore, it is reported that Hammond and Clarkson received $48.62 to make the first 13-episode of the show The Grand Tour.
Oh no, finished with Oliver, now on to the big stuff: Landrover time. Help! pic.twitter.com/57GJJ8XJxg
— Richard Hammond (@RichardHammond) June 5, 2016
As of 2018, Richard Hammond is reported to be enjoying the net worth of $27 million, while as of May 18, 2017, Hammond's net worth was reported to be $25 million.
Well, Richard Hammond blessed with a successful and leading career, reportedly has extended a big property empire. Currently, Hammond along with his 2 daughters and his wife, lives in their 6-bedrooms mock castle in Herefordshire located at Weston Under Penyard, which he bought in 2008.
Back in March 2018, the issue of Richard's $2.71 million Herefordshire property burglary came in the limelight, though it was later reported to be fake.
Besides this, Hammond also owns a Bollitree Castle which is situated near Weston under Penyard, Ross-on-Wye, bought for $2.71 million in 2013. And following a year, in 2014, Hammond bought another 6-bedroom house located near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire paying $1.63 million.
Furthermore, he also has an apartment in London too.
Hammond seems to be crazily in love with cars. His car collection is not just only attractive but massive too. Reportedly, Hammond spent $94,905 to repair his Defender 110 "Buster" in 2008.
In 2009, he bought Morgan AeroMa for $184,000 which was followed by his Porsche 911 purchase for $171,000 in 2011. And in 2012, the value of Hammond's Roadster V6 was reported to be $77,000.
Richard Hammond bought Suzuki GSXR1000 in 2013 paying $23,000 and also Porsche 911 Carrera S, the following year with the estimated value of $244,000.
He also bought 2016 Ford Mustang convertible in white with black Shelby stripes as he bought as a Christmas present for his wife in 2016.
Between this, let's not forget about his R44 helicopter which Hammond used going to London in 2009. The purchase value of the helicopter was reported to be $197,000.
But this is not the end. Here is the list of other cars owned by Richard Hammond.
Wait, the showdown is not over. Let's be ready again to experience the jaw-dropping moment, as we are going to reveal Hammond's motorcycle collection.
Probably, it not a surprising issue that the millionaires owning a collection of their favorite motorcycles, but it literally seems craziness in case of Richard Hammond. Here are the short-listed motorcycles of Hammond:
And probably, it's not a stop to his collection passion, so let's wait for more.