Sixteen racers remain in the first ever No Prep Kings Invitational, and as the racers move into round two, it's time to turn it up to try to win. With a little more data on the track, racers are able to push their cars further for a chance at the $50,000.
Sixteen racers move into round two of the No Prep Kings invitational race in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The track is slicker and more challenging, so the fastest racers from around the country do what they can to take home the $40,000 prize.
Thirty-two of the fastest racers descend on Edinburgh, Texas for the next race and for a chance to win $40,000 plus more points. However, it's been raining in Texas and the track is probably the trickiest the racers will see all season.
The Street Outlaws are in Tucson, Arizona for the next No Prep Kings invitational race, and the dusty desert brings its own challenges. Birdman is out for blood, while Kye Kelley hopes to prove that he is really a contender in this series.
The fifth No Prep Kings invitational race continues in San Antonio, Texas, with 16 racers kicking off round two as they face off for a $40,000 prize. Weather causes a change of venue for rest of the race, and heavy hitters strive to become number one.
The racers move into round two of the sixth No Prep race in South Carolina and as the track gets better, the racers turn it up to try to win. As eliminations continue, racers will have to fight to survive the fastest semi-finals and finals we've seen.
As the racers move into the later rounds of the second to last points race, all eyes are on Chuck, Birdman, and Ryan Martin. A win in North Carolina could put Ryan one step closer to winning but one slip up, and the others could make moves to overtake him
It's the final race of the No Prep Kings series, and that means that all eyes are on Birdman and Ryan Martin. If either of them can win the race in Tulsa, they'll walk away with the $40,000 prize plus $50,000 for the points championship.