Jason Sides Net Worth

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What is Jason Sides Net Worth?

Jason Sides Net Worth is About $1.5 Million.

Who is Jason Sides?

Jay Sides is a great motocross racer, he is a tri-state champion.

Residence:   Bartlett, TN

Daughter:   Skylar

Born:   February 10, 1973

Jason Sides Career

Jason started his racing career when he was six years old. He began racing BMX bikes and then moved to Motocross at 13. He won the Arkansas and Mississippi state championships and the National Championships in New Jersey (and Ohio).


Jason switched his focus to Sprint cars in 1993. He was named “rookie” of the year and finished second in the point season. Jason joined the American Sprint Car Series in 1996, intending to finish in the top 10 points. Promoters and fellow racers noticed that Jason finished seventh on tour.


Sides Motorsports and Jason decided in 2001 to go National with the World of Outlaws Gumout division. Jason won the feature event at Tulsa Speedway during his first season. After a strong run at Knoxville Nationals, Jason was named “Nationals Rookie Of The Year.” He finished 2nd overall in the Gumout Division and claimed “Rookie of the Year” honors. Jason was also the winner of the Short Track Nationals in Little Rock and was named “410 rookies of the year” by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame.

Jason began 2002 with a bang, winning both the Winternationals memorial races. After winning the Ronald Laney Memorial Race, Jason was named “King” of the 360s. Jason’s 2002 season quest was made possible by a strong finish at the World of Outlaws Gumout points races and a spot on the Knoxville Nationals main event. After a close points battle between the three leaders, Jason placed 3rd in the 2002 Gumout season. Jason qualified for the Knoxville Nationals at the end of the first night. This feat is rare among racers.

Jason was the World of Outlaws’ “Kevin Gobrecht rookie of the year” in 2003. He also finished 6th in the point standings.

Jason won his first World of Outlaws in 2004 at Eldora Speedway, Rossburg, Ohio. It was the “Kings Royal,” a $50,000 prize. It was Jason’s first place in the records, and Earl Baltes, the legendary promoter, had to crown the King the last year.

The 2005 season concluded with a 15th-place finish with World of Outlaws. This also marked the end of Wayne Rhodes’ seven-year partnership. Jason works out of Wayne’s shop, and they are still best friends.

WTS, Wetherington Tractor Service, Plant City, Florida, was the new sponsor for 2006 and their marketing partner. WTS is involved with land development, trucking, and utility work. Kimball Wetherington, his company, and many others are avid race fans. They also support Sprintcar racing in central Florida. Jason started the 2006 season in Australia and then traveled to Florida for Winternationals.

Jason’s 2006 visit was a first. He lost his wing and competed without a wing for the first time. Jason described it as a great experience. He won both heat races and finished fourth and sixth in the feature against tough competition at East Bay Raceway. The most remarkable thing about Jason’s race was not just the fact that he ran without a wing but also that he was competing against 410-powered drivers using a 360 cubic-inch engine. It was a good start with no winged cars.

Jason participated in 2006’s National Sprint Tour, where he placed 7th in the final point standings. He finished the season with 27 top-five finishes, 48 top-ten finishes, and one win at Sedalia in Missouri. Other wins were at Malden Speedway, Volusia Speedway, and Oregon with the USCS Series.

Jason began the season in 2007 by participating in his first Chili Bowl event in Tulsa. OK. Then it was on to Sydney, Australia, to race a Parramatta Raceway at the annual AOutlaws Under@ event. The Oshweken Speedway in Canada won the A-feature, and the Knoxville Nationals made the A-Main. Jason was 16th in the final points standings, a strong field that included many cars throughout the season.

Jason finished 13th place in the final points for 2008, an improvement of three positions from the previous season. Jason finished the season in the top five three consecutive times while racing down under in Australia. This was a great confidence booster for the 2009 season.

Jason was 5th in the final point standings in 2009. This was due to 47 top-ten finishes and 24 top 5. Jason set 10 fastest times and a track record at Skagit Speedway during the season. The 2009 season saw two feature events won by the 7s team.


His 2010 season was his best to date. He won 4 races and finished ahead of the 2009 season with 51 top tens.

He was now 5th in the World of Outlaw point standings for the second consecutive year.

Jason completed the 2010 year in Australia with four more wins in November and December after the Outlaw season was over.

Farrah, his wife, and Skylar, Skylar’s daughter, won the Volusia Dirtcar Nationals Finale in Florida. This was Jason’s first win in Victory Lane. Jason finished the season with 64 races, four wins, 42 top 10s, 21 top 5s, and a 6th in the yearend standings.

Jason won three races in the Racing Series in 2012:

(1) World of Outlaws win; (1) All-Star Circuit of Champions victory; and (1) USCS National Series winner.

The 2013 season started with three wins in Australia. Jason then returned to Florida and continued the season with World of Outlaws.

The 2014 season began with an extended stay-at-home in Australia. Jason will race there until January and then return to the WoO to complete the 92-race season.

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