|Celebrated Name:||Matt Kenseth|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Matthew Roy Kenseth|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Birth Date:||10 March 1972|
|Birth Place:||Cambridge, Wisconsin|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Katie Martins|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes ( Ross Kenseth. Daughters, Kyalin Nicola, Grace Katherine, Clara Mae, and Mallory Karen.)|
|Is Matt Kenseth Gay?||NO|
|Net Worth in [current date format=’Y’]:||$70 million|
|Last Updated:||[current date format=’F Y’]|
Matt Kenseth is a retired car racer whose popularity came to limelight in the 1970s. He is a renowned winner of Cup Championship, the Cup Rookie of the Year Award, Daytona 500 and Talladega 500.
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Early Life & Biography
Kenseth was born on 10 March 1972, making him 49 years old. He was born in Cambridge, Wisconsin, United States. He was taken to Roy Kenseth (father) and Nicola Sue Kenseth (mother).
He enrolled at Cambridge High school, where he later graduated in the 90s.
He developed much interest in cars at a younger age. As early as 16 years, Kenseth debuted on his racing career at the Madison International Speedway.
Kenseth spent four years in business and helped in conveying parts of Left-hander Chassis on behalf of his car racer manufacturer. He did this immediately after completion of his high school studies.
As much as we always see Kenseth racing cars in various competitions, he is also a family man. He is married to Katie Martins from Cambridge. The two officially married each other in December 2000.
Kenseth has a son known as Ross Kenseth from his past relationships. As of the present connection, the two have four beautiful daughters, namely; Kyalin Nicola, Grace Katherine, Clara Mae, and Mallory Karen.
It seems like his son followed his father’s footsteps since, in 2009, he became the winner of NASCAR Xfinity Series, Camping World Truck Series, among others.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 10 March 1972, Matt Kenseth is 49 years old as of today’s date [current date]. His height is 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and his weight is 74 kg.
Kenseth joined the fifteen ARTGO events and participated in 40 features in one year. After he graduated from Cambridge High School, Kenseth worked for about four years dealing with shipping parts. He won the ARTGO challenge in 1991 at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway, making him the youngest in the series history.
As we all know, Kenseth developed much interest in cars at a younger age. At the age of 19 years, the stars of his attraction in cars shined on him when he won the ARTGO Challenge Series. He set a record worldwide as the youngest car racer to win that challenge.
In 1994, Kenseth became the winner of Madison International Speedway and Wisconsin track titles. That year seemed to go well for Kenseth since he won The Miller Genuine Draft National Championships.
Kenseth made his first attempt in 1995 by taking part in NASCAR all Pro Series. Kenseth participated in-car race in 1996, where he finished in the third position.
Of the rugged Hooters Series, Kenseth has accomplished a lot, and he loved it since childhood. In a period of five years, he won various competitions where he became position five most of them.
The end of the year 2005 did not go well for Kenseth as he had anticipated winning many races. However, the following year, 2006 placed a massive smile on Kenseth’s face when he became the first car racer of Daytona 500. In 2007, he won the Auto Club 500 at California Speedway.
Kenseth started the years 2015 with a high spirit when he took part in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and for the first time in his career, he became the winner of the Spirit Unlimited.
Awards & Achievements
Matt Kenseth is only one among the six drivers in the 75 years racing sport to win a Cup Championship, the Cup Rookie of the Year Award, Talladega 500 and Daytona 500.
In the year 1994, Matt won the track titles at Madison International Speedway and Wisconsin International Raceway at Kaukauna. During the same year, Matt Kenseth’s name appeared as being the youngest driver ever to win the Miller Genuine Draft National Championships.
Net Worth & Salary of Matt Kenseth in [current date format=’Y’]
As of December 2021, Matt Kenseth has an estimated net worth of more than $70 million. His determination and love for cars have indeed opened lucky doors for him. His career has helped in bringing something to the table. He gets most of his income from his racing career and sometimes by making public appearances.
Kenseth followed his passion for car racing because he saw a bright light at the end of the tunnel. He is a proud person since his hard work abs determination has brought something to the table. His family has lacked since he always provides. He is an excellent example to be emulated.