Kenny Wallace

Kenneth Lee Wallace is a former Fox NASCAR correspondent and racing car racer from the United States. Since racing in the national series since 1988, he retired from NASCAR in 2015. Wallace won nine times in NASCAR over the course of his twenty-five-year career, all in the Xfinity Series. He is no longer competing in NASCAR, but he also races on smaller dirt tracks around the country as a hobby.

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Biography and Early Life

Wallace is the youngest of Russ and Judy Wallace’s three sons. Russ (his father) was a frequent winner in races, which made him unpopular with fans. Wallace is from a driving family with a long history. In the 1960s and 1970s, Wallace’s dad, Russ, was a frequent winner on Midwest short tracks. Rusty Wallace and Mike Wallace, Kenny’s older siblings, followed in their father’s footsteps.

Rusty won 55 Cup Series races and was the 1989 NASCAR Winston Cup Series champion. Mike has won four races in the Nationwide Series and four in the Camping World Truck Series. Mike’s daughter, Chrissy Wallace, is a former Nationwide Series driver, and Rusty’s uncle, Steve Wallace, has raced in both the Nationwide Series and the Camping World Truck Series.

Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

So, how old is Kenny Wallace in 2021 and what is his height and weight? Well, Kenny Wallace’s age is 57 years old as of today’s date 2nd August 2021 having been born on 23 August 1963. Though, he is 6′ 0″in feet and inches and 180 cm in Centimetres tall, he weighs about 161lbs in Pound and 72kg in Kilograms.


Wallace graduated from Fox High School in Arnold, Missouri.

Personal Life: Dating, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

Wallace is married to Kim and has three children, Brooke, Brandy, and Brittany, and live south of St. Louis, Missouri. On May 19th, 2016, he became a grandfather.

Wallace had a go-kart track in his backyard during his early Cup days, where he used to host races for other Cup drivers. Wallace didn’t have insurance to cover injuries suffered at the track, so it was subsequently demolished.

Is Kenny Wallace Gay?

No, he is not gay.

Professional Career

Dale Earnhardt gave Wallace the No. 8 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet for his first-ever NASCAR start in September 1988, when he finished eleventh in the Busch Series race at Martinsville Speedway. He won the 1989 Rookie of the Year award and finished sixth in the driver point standings in a car driven by his brother Rusty Wallace and subsidized by Cox Treated Lumber.

He made his Winston Cup debut in the No. 36 Pontiac for Randy Cox at North Wilkesboro Speedway in 1990, starting 26th after a late-race collision, setting up the controversial finish that saw Brett Bodine win.

Wallace stepped up to the Winston Cup Series full-time in 1993, driving for SABCO Racing in the No. 40 Dirt Devil-sponsored Pontiac Grand Prix. The team was included on the reality show What Would You Do?, which gave them a lot of exposure. He finished 23rd in points with three Top 10s, but he dropped his ride at the end of the season. He returned to the Busch Series to drive for FILMAR Racing in the No. 8 TIC Financial Systems-sponsored Ford.

Wallace signed with the unsponsored Eel River Racing team in 2001, and was also recruited by Innovative Motorsports to race the No. 48 Goulds Pumps-sponsored Chevy in the Busch Series full-time. Wallace withdrew from the team after multiple DNQs to focus on his Busch ride.

At North Carolina Speedway, he claimed his first race in seven years and finished tenth in points. He also stood in for Steve Park in the Cup Series, collecting one pole and finishing in the top ten twice, including a career-best second position at Rockingham Speedway.

Wallace played with Loyet Motorsports in the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in early 2015. Mike Wallace, Kenny’s brother, underwent open-heart surgery in 2015. Kenny will replace him in the Winn-Dixie 300 at Talladega, driving for JGL Racing in the No. 26 Xfinity Series Toyota.

After retiring from his NASCAR career, he likes to drive dirt tracks in his UMPDirtCar modified. He drove the No. 36 Safecraft Safety Equipment truck in the Stadium Super Trucks race at the Charlotte Dirt Track in August. He came in eighth place in the competition.


Kenny Wallace has had the privilege of participating in 344 professional races over a period of 18 years. Over the course of those years, here are some of the achievements earned by Wallace;

  1. Prelude to the Dream Winner in 2005.
  2. 1989 NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year.
  3. NASCAR Busch Series Most Popular Driver in 1991, 1994 and 2006.

Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Kenny Wallace in 2021

As of 2021, Kenny Wallace currently has an estimated net worth of $10 Million.

Some Interesting Facts You Need To Know

  • Wallace got the nickname “Herman” after Lake Hill Speedway promoter Bob Mueller saw Wallace’s rowdy actions when covering for his father and compared him to the mischievous cartoon character Herman the German.

Kenny Wallace’s family has left a great mark in the world of racing. He has also left a great legacy of a man who loved spending time on the track.


Facts of Kenneth Lee Wallace

  • Gender Male
  • full nameKenneth Lee Wallace
  • birthplaceMissouri, USA
  • Date of Birth August 23, 1963
  • Age 60 years 10 months
  • Horoscope Virgo
  • Lucky Number 5
  • Lucky Stone Sapphire
  • Lucky Color Green
  • Best Match for Marriage Taurus, Capricorn
  • nationalityAmerican
  • religionN/A
  • net worth$10 Million
  • professionRace car driver and former reporter
  • weightIn Kilograms – 72 Kg, In Pounds – 161 lbs
  • heightIn Centimetres – 180 cm, In Feet and Inches – 6′ 0″
  • hair colorGrey
  • eye colorBlack
  • high schoolFox Senior High School

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