By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
However, he did not make it one month in jail. He may have been given a release for good behavior.
In a Facebook post, Seitsinger said that he will be participating this weekend at the second Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event. This will be held at Virginia Motorsports Park in North Dinwiddie, Virginia.
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“Ok, it’s official,” Seitsinger said in a Facebook post. “I’m out of jail and going to be in Virginia. To clear up any rumors, I was protecting my children and handled it the wrong way so I had to pay my dues. I apologize to all my fans for missing the last race in Florida [Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Florida] and I appreciate all the people that supported me in a horrible situation. To all the haters, you know where you can go. lol.
“We are currently on our way to Virginia as we speak and will be there sometime Friday. We are one race behind and coming in with a car that’s not 100% tested but I’m going to give you the best Chuck you have seen in a couple of years.”
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While Seitsinger missed the first race, it was a non-points race. Therefore, Seitsinger is not totally behind as everyone beings fresh this weekend in Virginia.
If Seitsinger can remain out of trouble, he should participate in the rest of the tour, as long as he is allowed to do so. And does not have any problems with his car.
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