Updated: 03/16/2018 09:32 AM | First Published: 03/13/2018 02:45 PM

Street Outlaws' Cast Net Worth 2018

Collage of the cast members of the Street Outlaws: Farmtruck, Chuck, Big Chief, Daddy Dave, Jeff Lutz, James



Street Outlaws is an American reality series that features on Discovery Channel. In the show, a group of street racers compete against one another in the drag race to crown themselves the King of the Street. As one of the most popular show on television, the cast member of the Street Outlaws earn a hefty salary. Let's have a look at their net worth.

Big Chief - $2 million

Justin Shearer aka Big Chief was always fascinated by cars and race. He has been part of OKC street race scene since he was 9 years old. However, Big Chief caught the attention of public only after starring in reality series Street Outlaws. He is one of the top racers in the series, who is currently standing in the second position on The List.

Big Chief talks to press prior to his first qualifying match at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indy

He used to ride 1969 Pontiac LeMans named ‘The Crow,’ before his crash. He is currently riding the upgraded version of the car which he has named ‘The New Crow.’ As a successful street racer, he has managed to amass some hefty cash. He has banked a lucrative net worth of $2 million.

Daddy Dave - $1 million

David Comstock aka Daddy Dave was a car enthusiast since his early days. He used to ride his father’s 1978 Chevy Impala at the age of 16. His professional career started in 2009 after making his appearance on the television show, Pinks. However, he earned recognition only after appearing on the show Street Outlaws alongside Justin Shearer aka Big Chief.

Daddy Dave standing in front of the car in the restoration shop

He drives 1963 Chevy Nova aka Goliath 2.0. He is also the owner of Comstock Auto Service.  He has accumulated an enormous net worth of $1 million as of 2018 from his racing career and shop.

Farmtruck - $850,000

Sean Whitley is best known by the name of Farmtruck in the reality show Street Outlaws. Farmtruck and AZN together appeared in Street Outlaws in 2013 and has been an integral member of the show. They recently unveiled the new car, Gonorail, for Motor Mega Week.

Sean "Farmtruck" Whitley and  Jeff “AZN” Bonnett standing in front of rusty old car

Farmtruck is famous for riding 1970 Chevy Long bed truck. However, he is currently driving upgraded 632 Big-block Chevy. Through his racing career, he has been successful in accumulating an impressive amount. His net worth is estimated to be $850,000.

Chuck - $650,000

Chuck Seitsinger aka Chuck has been into cars since his childhood. He was not born with silver spoon in his mouth and growing up was certainly not as easy as he might have wished. By the time he reached the fragile age of 16, he had to work on a garage for a living.

Chuck would reach anywhere to race, not caring whether the race was professional or street racing. He has also been the Rookie of the Year. He has been the part of Street Outlaws since its inception on June 10, 2013.

Chuck Seitsinger taking a selfie with the Death Trap in the background

Chuck drives the fastest small tire car in the 405. He started working in his ride 'Death Trap' which is 1989 Ford Fox Body Mustang in 2001. He also owns a repair shop, Alternative Motorsports.

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As a professional racer, Chuck has banked a lucrative net worth of $650,000. Although Discovery Channel has not revealed his salary per episode, the amount is guaranteed to make a significant add-up to his net worth.

James Love Doc - $550,000

James Love popularly known as Doc was passionate about cars and wheels since the early 70s and 80s. His first race car was 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo which he bought on eBay. Soon after he brought his car home, he took it to the track and raced.

A mechanic by profession, he utilized his knowledge and passion by starting a repair shop partnering with his grandfather. Although his shop was doing well, his admiration for racing made him pursue his career in racing.

James "Doc" Love sits in front of his car, The Street Beast, holding a trophy.

He became the part of the Street Outlaws in 2013. He drove 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo aka The Street Beast. Being the fiercest racer, he made it to the top of The List, but it did not last long as he lost his spot to Shawn Ellington by default. As one of the successful professional racer, he has bagged some serious cash. His net worth as of 2018 is $550,000.

Monza - $500,000

Jerry Johnston is well known by his household name, Monza in the racing community. He has been into racing since the 80s and has made a successful career out of it.  Monza earned fame as a racer after he made it to the reality series Street Outlaws. He is one of the most technical drivers of the show.

Jerry Monza is standing in an outdoor infront of his 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sports also named as the Sinister Split Bumper. He is wearing a black t-shirt, a camo half pant and a cap. He has tucked both his hand inside his pocket. Jerry is looking straight in the camera.

He drives Jet Black 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport named Sinister Split Bumper. It is highly modified powerhouse car. Before that he used to ride Chevy Monza which earned him the nickname Monza.

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Street Outlaws not only helped him earn fame but has also assisted him in accumulating some decent money. He has garnered an impressive net worth of $500,000. Though Discovery Channel Street Outlaws has not publicly disclosed salary per episode, it certainly must have added a remarkable amount to Monza’s net worth.

AZN - $350,000

Jeff Bonnett is well known as AZN. AZN and Farmtruck met while racing the street of 405, and since then the two became close associates. AZN has been appearing in Street Outlaws since 2013. He is also known as a smack talker in the show.

Jeff Bonnett aka AZN is standing in front of a car

Recently, he has been trying to burn the tires by introducing the 1966 VW Bug named The Dung Beetle. As of February 2018, his net worth is estimated to be $350,000.

Ryan Martin – $ Not Revealed 

Ryan Martin might be new to the show, but he is no stranger to the racing world. He was a sports fan since he was a child. After years of exposure with racing and engines, he introduced himself to the street racing world by joining Street Outlaws. Ryan Martin, the racing champion stands on top of The list, leaving Big Chief on the second. On March 5, 2018, he won the Mega Race against Richard Rawlings and GMG crew.

Ryan Martin from Street Outlaws wearing his cap backwards, there's bokeh behind him

He drives 2010 5th Gen Camaro SS named Fireball Camaro. Besides his racing career and show, he co-owns an automotive shop, B&R Performance based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Despite his popularity, he has not revealed his net worth however it is assumed to be in millions.

Murder Nova - $ Not Revealed

Shawn Ellington aka Murder Nova grew passion towards cars while working at his dad’s shop as a kid. His father taught him a lot about cars. He and his father worked on few hobby cars together to try and make it faster.

Street Outlaws' Shawn Ellington is smiling while posing for the camera.

After moving to Oklahoma in 2005, he bought his favorite car, the 1969 Chevy Nova. After an extensive modification and customization, he named the car, Murder Nova. His Chevy Nova soon gained popularity as the fastest car in the country, and Shawn earned his household name Murder Nova.

He is an integral cast member of Street Outlaws and does not need any further introduction as he ruled as King of the street for over three years until he was left behind by Doc and Daddy Dave. Lately, he has been working hard to retain his crown.

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In late 2016, he unveiled his new Murder Nova at the Performance and Racing Industry Trade Show. His new Murder Nova is a lot safer, lighter and faster than ever. Addition to all this, he co-owns Midwest Street Cars in Oklahoma along with Big Chief. They also host a podcast called The Chief and Shawn Show. Despite being an iconic figure in the Street Outlaws, he has not publicly revealed his net worth yet.

Shane McAlary - $ Not Revealed

Shane McAlary is a sedulous racer obsessed about the speed since his early days. As his father, Rex McAlary, was a former driver, he might have been a great inspiration to Shane in pursuing a career in the fast lane. He got his first car, 1977 Vega, at age 16. Before his career as a professional racer, he was a technician at Canard Atv & Cycle.

Shane McAlary poses on a race track with black t-shirt and jeans.

Shane has been appearing in Street Outlaws since Season 6. He rides Black Bird Vega alongside his co-driver, Bob. Even though Shane is new on The List, he is already proving his credentials. He suffered a brutal crash but made a quick recovery and came back with his new Blackbird Chevrolet Vega. But unfortunately, his car ended up colliding in a race against Big Chief in the semifinal round of elimination.

Besides his racing career, he also owns the McAlary Atv & Cycle. Despite being a great racer, he has not disclosed his net worth publicly.

Boosted GT - $ Not Revealed

Chris Hamilton better known as BoostedGT in the racing community is a charismatic racer of Street Outlaws. He has been the cast member of the show since Season 3.

Chris Hamilton leaning under the hood of his car.

He made a name for himself in the show after he raced up in The List with his 2003 SVT Cobra Mustang. He previously rode SN95 Mustang and later switched to New Edge Mustang. He has been experimenting new ideas in his car.

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Lately, BoostedGT is renovating his car in such a way where he has a freedom to choose between big and small tire. As a street racer and the cast member of the television series, BoostedGT must have gathered significant cash to his net worth. However, his net worth is still behind the curtain as of 2018. 

Tina Pierce - $ Not Revealed

Tina Pierce, the fastest chick in Oklahoma was obsessed with cars and racing since she was a child. Her parents bought her a motorcycle at age 8. She first owned a 1991 Mustang GT and since, she has always chosen top speed.

Tina Pierce poses of inside a garage

She was also a Rookie of the Year in 2009 and Transition Racer of the Year in 2010. She made her debut in Street Outlaws in the episode 'Fastest Chick in Oklahoma City,' in season 2. Tina's net worth has not been disclosed as of 2018.

Jeff Lutz - $ Not Revealed 

Jeff Lutz's interest in street racing came later as his family had no admiration or devotion towards cars and racing. His passion for racing grew when he saw his brother’s car Camaro at a Drag Strip.

Jeff Lutz is repairing his car for race on Street Outlaws

His devotion towards racing landed him to docu-reality series Street Outlaws. He holds all-time drag record at the Hot Rod Drag Week. He steers a customized 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. But as it was not built for street racing, he made his way to The List with his pro mod Camaro, Mad Max in season 9. But after Big Chief canceled all pro mod cars from The List, his regime came to an end.

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In 2017, he unveiled his new car 1957 Chevy which was built by Jeff and his son in his car shop, Lutz Race Car. Now, Jeff is all set to compete for the no.1 spot on The List. Despite being a regular cast of the reality series, his net worth is still a mystery to the public.