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Chuck Seitsinger Calls Out Big Chief To Join The New Season Of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings

Don't miss the new season of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings, Monday, October 7 at 9pm ET / PT on Discovery Channel.

The callouts are louder, the races are riskier, and the stakes are higher than ever as the best street racers in the country head back to the track for an all-new season of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings.

The biggest names from NPK are back, including Oklahoma City’s Chuck Seitsinger, Ryan Martin, Daddy Dave, Monza and Dominator, as well as New Orleans’ own Kyle Kelley who makes his return to the NPK track.

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ADRIAN BERRYHILL

With Texas-based drivers Mike Murillo and Birdman claiming the previous two championships, the 405 and NOLA teams must reassemble and find the resolve to take home the elusive NPK trophy at the end of the nine-race season. The pressure to bring home a championship has pushed the drivers to form new alliances, with surprising competitors stepping up to help their respective teams.

Lizzy Musi returns after battling it out at the bottom last season to become a top contender and racer to beat for New Orleans, potentially paving the way for the first female Outlaw to claim the NPK title. Meanwhile, Big Chief considers throwing his chip in the “no prep” bucket at the chance to help the OKC brotherhood.

From Florida to Texas, Colorado to Idaho, the best of the Street Outlaw titans lay it all on the starting line – but who will be crowned at the end?

With faster cars, new drivers and full-throttle thrills on and off the track, this season of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings promises to deliver as the teams compete across the country until only one driver is crowned as King… or Queen.

Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings premieres Monday, October 7 at 9pm ET / PT on Discovery Channel. Viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #NoPrepKings and follow Street Outlaws on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates.

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