Matt Kenseth is an American stock racing driver who competes in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series, driving the No. 6 Ford Fusion for the Roush Fenway Racing. Matt had moved away from full-time racing after the 2017 season. Apart from being a driver, he has endorsed various brands including Ford and currently he is driving Number 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Here is a quick summary of net worth, career and earnings of Matt Kenseth in 2019.
Early Life & Biography
Matt was born in 1972 on March 10th in Cambridge Wisconsin to Roy who was also involved in Car Racing. When he was very young, he agreed with his father that, his father was going to buy a car and race while Matt worked on that car until he grew old enough to race. He schooled at the prestigious Cambridge High School where he graduated in the 1990s. After completing his high school education, he worked for four years in trading and shipping Lefthander Chassis.
Matt like most of the celebrities is a family man. He is married to Katie Martin who also hails from Cambridge. Together, the couple has been blessed with four daughters: Kaylin Nicola, Grace Katherine, Clara Mae and Mallory Karen. He has another son that was born from his previous relationship.
Career, Awards & Nominations
In his early stages of racing, Matt needed only three starts to get his debut car race victory. He never took much time before he started to compete against more experienced drivers such as Dick Trickle, Ted Musgrave, and Rich Bickle. In 1991, he would break the record of the youngest driver to win a race in ARTGO challenge series at the Slinger Speedway.
His skills in mastering the race tracks and the response of cars improved greatly, and he recorded a lot of victories in his races. In 1994, he won Miller Genuine Draft National Championship. This continued to be the trend as he won very many races. He was won Miller Genuine Draft National Championship.
In the consecutive years, his winning did not stop, and he continued with this trend. In the year 2000, he joined the senior circuit, and he won his first victory in Coca-Cola 600 at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway. His career has had its ups and downs. This is because sometimes he would lose the races terribly
Net Worth & Earnings
Matt’s net worth is estimated to be over $60 million. His net worth has been generated from his career as a professional driver. Matt has shown that he has very sharp eyes and very swift hands that can handle driving very well. This is what has seen him win awards and the victories have helped increase his net worth. He has also endorsed several brands such as Ford.
Matt is among the oldest and experienced Monster energy NASCAR cup series drivers have won a total of thirty-eight wins in a cup career that has spanned over twenty seasons. He has indicated that he may take a rest in 2018 and it is unclear if he meant retirement.