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Matt Kenseth Net Worth

Matt Kenseth Net Worth

Net Worth: $22 Million

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  • Source of Wealth Racing, NASCAR
  • Birth Place Cambridge, Wisconsin
  • Marital Status Married to Katie Martin Kenseth
  • Full Name Matthew Roy Kenseth
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth March10, 1972
  • Occupation Professional Stock Car Racing Driver
  • Children Ross (previous relationsip); Kaylin Nicola and Grace Katherine (Katie)
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About Matt Kenseth

American professional stock car racing driver Matt Kenseth has an estimated net worth of $22 million. He gained his net worth through his years of racing in the NASCAR series, Busch series and Sprint Cup Series. He currently drives the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Born Matthew Roy Kenseth on March10, 1972 in Cambridge, Wisconsin, he began stock racing at the age of 16 at Madison International Speedway. He had moved up to the ultra-competitive Wisconsin Late Model Ranks by the age of 19.  He took on the likes of Dick Trickle, Ted Musgrave and Rich Bickle. He became the youngest winner in RE/MAX Challenge Series history when he captured an event in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

Kenseth won a track championship at the Madison International Speedway (Wisconsin) and Slinger Super Speedway in 1994, and won track championships at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna in 1994-1995, when he won four consecutive features. He moved to the ARTGO, American Speed Association and Hooters Late Model touring series. He then went fulltime ride in the NASCAR Busch Series, now the Nationwide Series, for his former Wisconsin short track rival Robbie Reiser.

Matt Kenseth moved up in the NASCAR Winston Series, formerly NEXTEL Cup Series and now Sprint Cup Series, after finishing second and third in the standings. He won the series’ Rookie of the Year title in 2000 and the championship in 2003. He was invited by the International Race of Champions to race in their 2004 season as the reigning champion and he won the season championship. He won a rain-shortened Daytona 500 in 2009. He repeated as Daytona 500 winner in 2012.