By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Street Outlaws 405 drag racer Chuck Seitsinger was behind the eight ball from the beginning. Yet, he still made the trek from Oklahoma to Virginia to compete in the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings show at Virginia Motorsports Park in North Dinwiddie, Virginia this weekend.
Seitsinger was recently released from jail for making a threat of violence. He spent several weeks in jail after being initially sentenced to 60-days behind bars.
The WFX sponsored driver had to race his way into the show. However, he did not qualify for the invitational on Friday night.
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Since Seitsinger did not qualify for the Virginia show, he will have to wait three weeks before he gets another opportunity. And when the teams come to Pennsylvania, he will not have all the stress on him as he did this weekend.
The Street Outlaws No Prep Kings tour comes to Maple Grove Raceway on the weekend of May 13th and 14th. Seitsinger will have to race his way into the show, as he attempted to do in Virginia.
The last time that Seitsinger competed at Maple Grove Raceway, he made the show.
He squared up with Justin Swanstrom in the round. There was controversy, as he attempted to burn Swanstrom down with a long burnout.
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Seitsinger did get the win. However, the two drivers yelled at one another after Seitsinger’s win.
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