Track Days Net Worth 2023 Update (Before & After Shark Tank)

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Track Days, a motor bicycle themed movie, was started by James LaVitola and Brian Pitt in April 2009. Track Days net worth was $14.7 million at the time of their pitch in 2013 based on the $5 Million offer for an 34% of equity of the company. 

They appeared on season 4 of Shark Tank USA in 2013. But the Sharks were not interested in investing in Track Days. The sharks are often looking to invest in teams with a proven track record of success. The Track Days entrepreneurs may have been new to business or lacked the experience necessary to execute on their plan.

Track Days is not in business anymore. 

Track Days Net Worth

Net worth$14.7 million (2009)
Annual Sales Revenue
Lifetime sales
FounderJames LaVitola and Brian Pitt

Track Days Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023
Net Worth 2022
Net worth valuation 2013 after appearing on Shark Tank  N/E
Net worth valuation 2013 before appearing on Shark Tank  $14.7 million

Track Days Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameTrack Days
ProductMotor bicycle themed movies 
EpisodeSeason 04 Episode 24
Founders James LaVitola and Brian Pitt
Asked for$5 Million For 34% Equity
Final dealNone
Shark None

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Track Days Founders

Track Days was founded by James LaVitola and Brian Pitt in 2013. James LaVitola is a former racing driver and motorsport commentator. The networth of Track Days’s founders, James LaVitola and Brian Pitt, is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2013Appeared on Shark Tank season 4 


Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the Track Days was one of them. Sometimes businesses don’t succeed because of many reasons. Sometimes, the deal falls through after the founders say yes on camera. Or, as you’ll see, sometimes things happen to the founders themselves, and they choose to abandon the business. Anything is possible. However,  Track Days went out of business in 2013. And the product is no longer available in the market.