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Chuck Seitsinger "I'D HAVE RUINED A $100K MOTOR JUST TO BEAT HIM"

Updated: Mar 12, 2023

If there’s one thing that we’ve noticed about some of the Street Outlaws fan favorites, it’s that they never stop racing. Whether it’s on the street while the cameras are rolling for television, at a No Prep Kings event, or at some other promotion, many of the racers who we find near the top of the leaderboard are those who just simply refuse to get away from the competition. It’s almost like these racers have it in their DNA to just keep on racing until they simply can’t race any longer.



Normally, when we see Chuck Seitsinger behind the wheel of a racing machine, it is his Death Trap Ford Mustang ripping down the eighth mile with an absolute vengeance as he drives the wheels off of the car. This time, the video just so happens to come from the Chuck Seitsinger camp as he takes us through a weekend at Summit Motorsports Park to bring us the action from his point of view. In this one, Chuck talked a little bit about bringing his Ford Mustang, “Second Amendment” along to try to get it to the promised land of winning at NPK.

Photo by Chuck Seitsinger Racing



In the video, we learn a little bit about how Chuck approaches the starting light and how there sometimes is a little bit of drama when it comes to competitors thinking that he’s guessing when the light will turn green instead of just going when the tree lights up.

He also takes a moment to spill the beans about some of the races that he was involved in at Norwalk, chiming in about experiences with Jerry Bird and Kye Kelley. In fact, he even gives us the rundown of a situation where he tells us that he would be willing to ruin a six-figure engine just to be able to beat Kelley.

Photo by Chuck Seitsinger Racing



With the video below, we learn about all this and more to see exactly how a top-tier racing operation like this rolls as it heads to a No Prep Kings outing.

Video by Chuck Seitsinger Racing


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