Anthony Alfredo

Anthony Alfredo

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Anthony Alfredo is a professional stock car racing driver. Anthony Alfredo competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Early life

Anthony Alfredo was born on  March 31, 1999. As of now, he is 23 years old. He was born in Ridgefield, Connecticut. His zodiac sign is Aries. The details about his parents are not available till now.

He is an American with nationality. Thus, he follows the Christain religion. The information about his siblings is not given on any websites.

Education

Talking about his educational background, Anthony studied engineering at UNC Charlotte.

Career

Alfredo started his racing career in go-kart racing after becoming a racing fan after watching television. He jumped back in racing in 2014 after a half-decade hiatus to play other sports, piloting Legends cars.

Later, to run limited late model races with his team he signed a deal with noted short track racer Lee Faulk, winning the 2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series Pro Division championship.

Moreover, in 2017 Alfredo was selected to drive for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s JR Motorsports (JRM) team in the Late Model division of the CARS Tour and finished second in the championship to his teammate, Josh Berry.

In 2018 teaming up with Peyton Sellers he continued to race late models stocks, teaming up with Peyton Sellers. Furthermore, to run the entirety of the 2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule Alfredo signed with MDM Motorsports.

In March he earned his first win at South Boston Speedway, in April until Tyler Dippel used a bump-and-run tactic to secure the win he was in the position to win late at Langley Speedway. Alfredo entered two ARCA Racing Series events in 2018, as part of MDM Motorsport, scoring a best finish of seventh at Gateway Motorsports Park.

More about his career

It was announced that Alfredo would join the Truck Series on December 6, 2018, in the No. 17 truck for DGR-Crosley in 2019, starting in Atlanta. He finished 17th after qualifying in 27th in his Truck debut.

Sharing the car with Myatt Snider and Kaz Grala Richard Childress Racing announced Alfredo would drive the No. 21 for the team On December 3, 2019, in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2020.

Moreover, at the Kansas Speedway race in October, Alfredo ran in the top five for much of the day before being involved in a wreck with Justin Allgaier. Later on, on a late restart that caused his car to hit the wall and flip over; Alfredo was unharmed in the crash. He was unable to take the position in the same month at Texas Motor Speedway. 

Additionally, replacing the previous driver John Hunter Nemechek Front Row Motorsports announced that Alfredo would drive the No. 38 car full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series on January 6, 2021.

Standings with just one top-ten finish he finished 30th in the final. FRM announced that Alfredo would not return to the team in 2022 on November 9.  Moreover, it was announced that Alfredo would drive full-time for Our Motorsports on December 16.

Anthony Alfredo

Caption: Anthony Alfredo with his racing car. Source: Yahoo! Sports.

Net Worth

Anthony Alfredo is a professional stock car racing driver. Additionally, he has a $5 million net worth. Alfredo is living a luxurious life with his good earnings. Likewise, he has earned lots of assets as a stock car racing driver.

Personal Life

Regarding his relationship status, she is in a relationship with a beautiful girl Emily Brooks.

They started dating in 2018 and has been together from the past three years. She often keeps posting pictures with her on his social media posts.

Body Measurements and Social Media

Anthony Alfredo’s height and weight is not updated till now. Likewise, the body measurements like biceps size, chest size, and hip sizes are also not been updated. He has got pair of brown eyes with brown hair color.

Moreover, he has got 51.8k followers on his Instagram account. On Twitter, he has got 20.5k followers. Moreover, he is active on Facebook and got 32k followers over there.

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