Fun Facts About Him
Published: January 29, 2023
Last updated: January 11, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of the legendary Mark McCann for 2024.
I truly admire the success of many wealthy YouTube and supercar creators who have insights that we can learn from. No jealousy from me!
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Mark McCann Facts
💡Full Name and Age
Mark McCann is 48 years old.
🤑 Net Worth
YouTubers are typically wealthier than they admit, often downplaying their net worth to appear more relatable.
Right now in 2024, my best estimate is that Mark McCann has a net worth of £9,700,000.
This is based on his luxury mansion in the English country side, impressive car collection and profitable online business.
🤩 Income Streams
Brand sponsorships and YouTube ads.
🏎 Car Collection
At this time, Mark McCann has the following vehicles in his collection:
➜ Mini Cooper 1.6 (he has 12 of these)
➜ BMW E46 drift car
➜ Honda FR-V (runs on vegetable oil)
➜ Fiat Cinquecento
➜ Vauxhall Hearse
➜ VW Caddy
➜ BMW E92 Drift
➜ Rolls Royce Silver Shadow
➜ Argocat 6×6
➜ BMW 750i
➜ Fiat 595 Abarth
➜ Cut-Down Mini
➜ Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Ambulance
➜ Smart Car Cabriolet (Uplifted)
➜ Mitsubishi Delica 4×4
➜ Fiat 500L
➜ Subaru WRX STI
➜ VW Golf Syncro Country
➜ Citroen AMI
➜ Crompton Milk Float
➜ Mercedes-Benz ML63 Ute
➜ Peugeot GTI
➜ Renault 5 GT Turbo
➜ Renault Clio RS 1.8
➜ Polaris Race Buggy
➜ BMW E92 Coupe
➜ BMW E46 Coupe
➜ Range Rover Evoque (Jane’s car)
➜ Humvee (model unknown)
➜ Mercedes-Benz A45 Yellow Night Edition
➜ Toyota GR Yaris
➜ Renault Clio V6
➜ Aston Martin Cygnet
➜ Brabus 125R
➜ Saber Tank CBRT
➜ Ford Escort RS Cosworth
➜ Bentley Supersports
➜ Audi Quattro Supersport (Methanol)
➜ Audi GT3
➜ Lamborghini Gallardo GT3
➜ Audi Quattro S1 Recreation
➜ Honda NSW (Ferrari badges lol)
➜ Peugeot Rally Cross RX
➜ Ford Fiesta M Sport R5
➜ Mercedes-Benz C63 Black Series (4 seats, black)
➜ Mercedes-Benz C63 Black Series (2 seats, white)
➜ Bravus 850 GLE Coupe (850hp)
➜ Ford RS 200 Rally version
➜ Ford RS 200 Road version
➜ RC Motorhome
➜ Lamborghini Hurracane ST0
➜ Lamborghini Urus Estate Performante (he got the first in the UK)
➜ Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
➜ Mercedes-Benz CLK DTM AMG
➜ Ford Fiesta RX43 (it belong to the late Ken Block)
While he has 54 cars (with a combined value of £5,207,900) now, he plans to continually expand his car collection over the next 7 years.
He lives in the United Kingdom, although his exact location remains unclear.
His content is engaging, he’s down to earth and he’s truly a self-made millionaire.
❌ Notable Complaints
None that I could find. He’s just a cool guy who enjoys motorsport.
🚀 The X-Factor
Mark receives a ton of views, likes and comments, despite not having that many subscribers.
He calls himself the “old age idiot” within a sea of 20-something YouTubers.
📈 Creator Trends
Mark is the newest supercar creator on YouTube, proving that it’s never too late to join the platform.
He has amassed some of his audience from Tim of Shmee150 who also resides in the UK.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
Mark is married to his wife Jane McCann and together, they have one daughter called Senna.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
A very humble man who is bringing original supercar content to the scene. If you haven’t already done so, I highly recommend subscribing to his channel.
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How did Mark McCann make his money?
Mark McCann made his money through offroad racing, investing and brand sponsorships.
He was already successful for 20+ years before he turned on the camera and started his YouTube career.
How much does Mark McCann make now?
Nowadays, Mark McCann doesn’t have a job. He makes £52,000 per month on YouTube while he also has a ton of investments.
His YouTube earnings are made primarily through YouTube ads that pay well and some motorsport brand sponsorships.
He also makes money from racing and his numerous investments.
Many people like Mark’s content because:
➜ He’s worked incredibly hard for his success
➜ His current car collection is rather interesting
➜ His wife truly supports his passion
➜ He serves his audience rather than himself
And despite having enough to retire early, Mark has no plans to stop creating on the platform.
Creator Red Flags
Mark is rather new to YouTube and he hasn’t generated any controversy. It’s unlikely he ever will as gossip isn’t his thing, especially as he isn’t that 20-something influencer with an ego.
Quotes by Mark McCann
Mark has said some epic things over the years, including:
➜ “I’ve always lived that life, but it hasn’t been documented until life.”
➜ “I’ve been on fire a few times…I think I’m flame retardant”
➜ “Today, people take enjoyment from seeing what other people have” (in years prior, being rich was frowned upon)
➜ “I’ve gone to the next level and then the next level”
➜ “People do enjoy other people’s success” (in reference to success on social media)
Those are some influential words to help you level up in life.
I personally find his interviews to be very impactful, such as this one:
His success and journey behind the wheel on YouTube does inspire me. From watching so many videos, there are key lessons that can propel our lives forward, both on a business and personal level.
My key takeaways include:
➜ Rewards eventually come to those who consistently come hard
➜ Open your mind to new opportunities that may come your way
➜ You can achieve true freedom in life by following your passion
➜ Older guys can still be cool hanging out with the younger dudes
And don’t give up early. If Mark had given up after his 2nd video on YouTube, he wouldn’t have the opportunities that he has today.
He may have started just a couple of years ago, but he plans to go hard for the next 10 years at least. He’s patiently playing the long game and has earned every dollar he’s made.