Justin Shearer popularly known as 'Big Chief' is an American reality TV personality who is best known for starring in the reality show "Street Outlaws" on the Discover channel since 2013. He also became the host of a Discovery channel show. The show focuses on giving street racers a chance to showcase their talent, and takes a closer look at their lives. Besides appearing in shows, he also trains in the gym. Currently, he is working at a place called Midwest Street Cars as part of the series. Justin's first racing car was a 1972 Pontiac LeMans which he modified and named "Crow mod".
Justin Shearer plays as
Big Chief in Street Outlaws.
Justin Shearer is the top #1 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Doc races “The Street Beast”, a 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo that’s “set on kill” for anyone brave enough to challenge him. Doc had a short-lived run as No. 1 before losing to Shawn “by default,” and then eventually No. 1, Daddy Dave. However, after getting a bigger and badder engine, Doc is planning on retaking his rightful spot atop the Top Ten List.
James Love plays as
Doc in Street Outlaws.
James Love is the top #2 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
In Season 9, Jeff Lutz came roaring up the list with a slick promod called Mad Max. His reign came to a screeching halt when Big Chief nixed all promods from the list. Now Jeff is back with a new car he calls The 57 Chevy, with which he plans to take the crown.
Jeff Lutz plays as
Lutz in Street Outlaws.
Jeff Lutz is the top #3 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Sean “Farmtruck” Whitley and AZN are the dynamic duo who race a ’70 Chevy Long Bed Truck. Featuring rusty paint and a camper shell riddled with dents, this race-equipped truck is the ultimate sleeper. Sean Whitley first got interested in trucks from riding in his father’s 1956 Ford pickup when he was 12. He would stand between the fastest cars on Route 66 with a flashlight above his head to start the races. Sean had a series of trucks that he messed with but never had a winner till he answered an ad that read, “Very fast truck for sale” in an Auto Trader Magazine. The Farmtruck is a 1970 C-10 Chevy Pickup Truck and it is deceptively fast! Farmtruck and AZN enjoy list races, but are more interested in “fishing.” Fishing means luring unsuspecting marks into racing for money by complementing their cars and downplaying the Farmtruck’s power. AZN does the smack talking and Farmtruck does the driving. These two are exhibitionists, who street race for the adrenaline rush and satisfaction they get from catching others by surprise.
Sean Whitley plays as
Farmtruck in Street Outlaws.
Sean Whitley is the top #4 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
You may have seen Chris “Kamikaze” pop up in the background on the first couple episodes of Season 3. With Big Chief back on The List he needed a little help keeping up with The Crow and so he brought in his childhood friend and fellow racer Kamikaze. Chief, Flip and Kamikaze grew up riding bikes together. Kamikaze’s father used to race cars and boats and acted as a second father to Chief. It’s through Kamikaze’s father that he and Chief got into racing. Kamikaze is the one that gave Big Chief his nickname. When Chief originally took his car off The List, Kamikaze was tired of everyones’ egos and took a break from racing as well. With Flip’s El Camino, “The Elco” sitting in the barn for the past year Chief felt it was time to pass the reigns to Kamikaze now that he’s back in the scene. Used parts and junk piece the El Camino together so any driver who hops behind the wheel must be crazy. A person like Chris, nicknamed Kamikaze, is perfect for it. Kamikaze is extremely excited and honored to piss the other 405 drivers off and take the El Camino back up The List. Every race will be in Flip’s memory.
Chris Dave plays as
Kamikaze in Street Outlaws.
Chris Dave is the top #5 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Daddy Dave was the reigning “King of the Streets” and smoked everyone in a 1996 GMC Sonoma S10 pickup. Construction mogul Jackie Knox funded Dave’s racing but they have recently parted ways and Daddy Dave was been in pursuit of his own car. He returned to the streets in his new beast, the Goliath 2.0.
David Comstock plays as
Daddy Dave in Street Outlaws.
David Comstock is the top #6 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Jerry “Monza” Johnston stands at an intimidating 6’4” and races a badass, jet black ’72 Camaro Rally Sport. He’s a man of few words until someone decides to mouth off. Then he’ll quickly put them in their place. Before Jerry’s current split bumper Camaro he drove a Chevy Monza (hence where he got his name) and hit #1 on The List several times. He’s been driving since the 80’s, been on the list since 2006 and is more calm behind the wheel than most other Street Outlaws.
Jerry Johnston plays as
Monza in Street Outlaws.
Jerry Johnston is the top #7 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Like many others on the show, Chuck started street racing as soon as he was old enough to legally drive. Chuck is one of the racing veterans out of the group. He has a habit for racing, whether it’s professional or street. Professionally, Chuck was crowned Rookie of the Year by the NOPI Drag Racing Association and won the 2004 Nitrous Express P/4 XBOX Cup Championship in the 4 Cylinder division. On the street Chuck has proven time and time again that he drives the fastest small tire car in the 405 with his 89’ Ford Fox Body Mustang, Death Trap. He runs a successful repair shop, Advanced Motorsports and is married with 2 girls. He boasts a very supportive family that stands behind the excess time needed to put into racing. Watch Chuck haul-ass on the street and beat the odds against all of the big-tire cars in OKC. Chuck has also earned a name for himself as the racemaster of the No Prep Kings series.
Chuck Seitsinger plays as
Chuck in Street Outlaws.
Chuck Seitsinger is the top #8 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
As co-owner of B&R Performance, Ryan Martin has helped drivers such as Freakin’ Rican, Jackie Knox, and others during their climbs up the list. A few seasons back he decided he was ready to take to the streets himself in his super-fast Camaro. Ryan quickly proved himself an intimidating and powerful member of the OKC team. In No Prep Kings, Ryan has dominated the individual events, but has been denied the crown two years in a row. Next time around he plans to show everyone what it truly means to be king.
Ryan Martin plays as
Ryan in Street Outlaws.
Ryan Martin is the top #9 member of the cast and appears in 249 episodes.
Shawn Ellington was born in Merced California in 1977. He moved to Sayre Oklahoma in 1982 where he grew up sweeping up in the auto body shop that his dad Richard owned. Working around the shop his dad taught him a lot about cars. They had a few hobby cars that they enjoyed working on together, and they were always tinkering around with ways to make them faster. Now that Shawn is a dad himself he enjoys working in the shop with his dad and his son Aiden. They have several project cars, including a 1955 Chevy, but his heart is in the Murder Nova. He is in his element when he sits in the car before a race. He feels at home there. He says there isn’t a greater adrenaline rush in the world than screaming down the street in the Murder Nova.
Shawn Ellington plays as
Murder Nova in Street Outlaws.
Shawn Ellington is the top #10 member of the cast and appears in 10 episodes.
Last updated: feb 10, 2023
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