Fast Jack Seymour – The Man Behind Race Jacks
Race jacks are essential tools for modern auto enthusiasts. They provide the lift needed to perform work on vehicles or clear off-road obstacles safely and effectively.
ProJack stands out from traditional floor jacks by not “arcing” when lifting cars, making it both safer and simpler to use.
Early Life and Education
Jack Seymour grew up in Kokomo, Indiana surrounded by an extended religious family of Methodist faith – his parents and grandparents being Methodist ministers, thus centering their weekly church services and other religious activities around religious experiences that had an immense influence on his early development and developed an openness to diverse human experiences. These early experiences shaped his identity while nurturing an appreciation of human experience’s diversity.
As a teenager, his mother worked for an organization providing healthcare to migrant workers; during this experience he joined her on visits to rural farms with Mexican roots where he learned new languages, cultures and social injustices like class disparity.
Past board member of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Backside Learning Center. Both non-profit organizations focus on improving the lives of thoroughbred racehorses and their owners/riders.
Jack has been involved with drag racing since 1998, teaching at Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School and working full time as an electrician. Additionally, Jack serves on the Infinite Hero Foundation board which raises money to assist veterans cope with mental and physical issues after returning from service.
Jack’s ProJack race car stands are the fastest and safest way to safely transport cars between rounds, eliminating dangerous “arcing” of vehicles that occurs with conventional floor jacks.
Each set of jacks is professionally tig welded from chrome moly tubing according to exacting standards by racing professionals, with each jack capable of lifting 3400 lb and including front and rear jacks, an air over hydraulic pump, hoses, and dripless fittings.
Fast Jack was inspired to start racing by his hot-rodder father, Bob. Starting off competing in NHRA Sportsman categories before soon rising through the ranks to dominate Funny Car racing rankings.
He founded the Infinite Hero Foundation race team to aid wounded veterans and has raised over $500,000. Additionally, he serves as an instructor at Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School in Southern California and was honorably discharged as an Air Force sergeant before reaching 21 years of age.
ProJack lifting systems are used by 90% of NHRA pros between rounds to maintain professional appearances and ensure safe working environments. Each set comes complete with two front-and rear chrome-plated jacks with chrome/hydrualic pumps, air/hydrualic pump hoses dripless fittings and handles for the rear jacks.
Jack Roush has amassed an immense fortune through his success as a businessman. His automotive-industry companies Roush Fenway Racing and Roush Industries generate him massive sums each year in revenue.
Jack has also found success outside of professional horse racing as an advocate. He serves on the board for Thoroughbred Idea Foundation, a non-profit that seeks to enhance all facets of thoroughbred race industry for stakeholders.
Additionally, he owns multiple properties across the country and shares ownership of several horses as part owners. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million – learn more about his career, personal life and more on this page!