Chuck Seitsinger is an American streetcar racer. He has been involved in driving ever since he received his driving license. Along with that he also owns a successful repair shop named Advanced Motorsports. In 2022 he will be seen street racing “on Street Outlaws “No Prep King” a Discovery Channel’s series season five.
Chuck Seitsinger was born on 18th February 1970 in Edmond, Oklahoma, United States of America. The information on his parents has been kept private and away from the limelight. He has siblings whose names are Dusting and Kimberly. At a young age, he used to play outdoor sports with his siblings. Chuck has completed his high school education at Edmond Memorial High School and graduated in 1988. The information about his higher and further education has not been shared with the media. He was into racing and cars and decided to pursue a career in the same field.
Chuck Seitsinger Career
After completing his schooling he was enrolled at Honda and was learning about the technical nuances of a car. In 1986 he tried death trap with Ford Fox Body Mustang. After not being successful he tried to focus on import business which also did not work. Later he decided to focus on racing and also starred in various reality series.
In 2004 he won the NDRA National Championship and was also declared as a best rookie drag racer. In 2013 he joined the cast of Street Outlaw for the first season. The show is about showcasing driving skills and competing against each other to win the title of Oklahoma City’s street racer. His best time was at 8.21 at 184mph. The series Street Outlaw will release new episodes in 2022. He also seems caught up with his repair shop as well.
Chuck is an active user of social media. He shares various videos and posts about his racing skills, varieties of motorcars, and family. On his Instagram account, he has 348 thousand followers and 190 following. In May 2013 he joined Twitter account and has earned 47.8 thousand followers. He also posts pre, during, and post-match videos on his YouTube channel. On his YouTube account, he has 31.5 thousand followers.
Chuck Seitsinger Biography
|Real Name||Chuck Seitsinger|
|Birth Date||18 February 1970|
|Age (as of 2022)||51 Years|
|Birth Place||Oklahoma City, USA|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimeters – 185 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 90 kg – in Pounds – 198 lbs|
|Shoe Size||12 (U.S.)|
|School||Edmond Memorial High School|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Who is his girlfriend?||Elisa Noelle|
Chuck was previously married to his wife about whom not much details have been shared. They together have three daughters whose names are Chelsea Kathryn Swanksinger the eldest, Maddie the youngest and the information on the second daughter has not been shared. The reason for his split from his previous wife was abusive habits according to sources. It is also believed that his wife’s family even went to court to get custody of her children.
After splitting with his wife, he was a committed father and focused on his career as well. In July 2018 he started dating Elisa Noelle who owns a design company named Urban Heart and also has two daughters from her previous marriage. They enjoy spending quality time together and are enjoying their relationship.
Chuck Seitsinger Net Worth
Chuck Seitsinger has earned a lot from his racing career and also being a reality TV star. He also owns two repair shops for advanced motorsports cars. According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $650,000. He might also earn by attending events and brand endorsements.
- He is currently residing in Mustang, Oklahoma.
- At a young age, he also showed interest in racing.
- He was legally driving from his senior high school.
- In 2004 he also won the Nitrous Express P/4 XBOX Cup Championship in 4 Cylinder divisions.
- On-street he drives the fastest small tire car in 405 with his 89’ Ford Fox Body Mustang.
- His elder daughter Chelsea is studying veterinary science at Oklahoma State University.
- His youngest daughter Maddie posts a lot of content on her social media about her dad and his racing skills.
- He was tested positive for covid-19 and was hospitalized as well in 2020.