Chuck Seitsinger is racemaster to the first ever No Prep Kings series, and it's unlike anything seen before. All-star racers from OKC, NOLA, Memphis, and all over battle it out for big money around the USA.
Thirty-two of the best racers from around the country meet in Memphis to compete for $50,000 and the chance to earn points in the first No Prep Kings points series. But, rainy weather and a tricky track threaten to derail the racer's plans.
Thirty-two of the fastest racers around meet at Beech Bend Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky for the second No Prep Kings invitational race. There's $40,000 and more points up for grabs, but trouble forces some of the racers to re-run their first round race
Street style rules take over at the Boddie's Beyond 1320 race, where the winning racer wins $35,000. They're racing past the finish line, where there's no rubber down at all, and the bets are flying, as it gets crazy at the very end of the track.
Thirty-two racers head to San Antonio, Texas, for the fifth No Prep Kings invitational race where damp track conditions make it a little trickier, and a new design for the starting tree causes Kye Kelley to see red.
Ryan Martin, Chuck, and Birdman fight for the lead in points. This week, the racers are in Orangeburg, South Carolina, and with so much on the line, they use callouts and strategy to try to get ahead.
Racers arrive in Dunn, North Carolina for the seventh race in the No Prep Kings series. After weeks and weeks of racing, many of the racers are struggling to keep their cars running, and in a points series, consistency can be just as important as speed.