Everybody's got a team for the third-annual Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings championship. Racers from Oklahoma, Texas and New Orleans realized they could gain a huge advantage by creating alliances and working together to dominate the leaderboard – racking up points and big cash prizes at every event this season.
James Goad, a.k.a The Reaper, saw the disadvantage that he and other solo drivers suffered. So, he reached out to some of the baddest No Prep racers from around the country and assembled “The Outcasts.” Meet the team:
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Jermaine Boddie, California
California racer Jermaine Boddie returns after a failed first season on the No Prep Kings circuit. He drives a hot red 1963 Chevy Nova with a HEMI under the hood and tune that he’s confident will take the win.
Disco Dean, Ohio
Disco Dean brings his 1966 Blown Chevelle known as “Stinky Pinky 3” with new motor configuration that’s promises to create whiplash in the stands. He and Kye Kelly have been calling each other out on Facebook with a little friendly competition that’s bound to spill onto the track.
“Axman” Larry Roach, Virginia
Axman’s twin-turbo 1963 Chevy II Nova is built for speed, claiming a 4,000 HP engine that runs over 200 mph on the quarter mile.
Giuseppe Gentile, California
Giuseppe Gentile hails from the 818, but this year he’s combining forces with the rest of the Outcast racers for more support behind the scenes. He drives a twin turbo 2004 Ford Mustang with a 521 Big Block Crate engine under the hood.
Kelly Bluebaugh, Arizona
Kelly Bluebaugh’s 2002 Monte Carlo nitrous car has 959 brand-new reasons to contend with this year. Bluebaugh confirms he’s keeping the clutch in the “Underdog” and believes it’ll give him the edge to stomp out the competition.
Larry Larson, Missouri
Larry Larson built a whole new car that’ll be turning heads on the track. This isn’t his classic Chevy II or the killer S-10 pick-up… instead he’s bringing a flashy new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V with a big, fat 140mm turbocharger and a bold “stock appearing” exterior.
Rich Bruder, New Jersey
Rich Bruder is out here bringing bad-to-the-bone MOPAR power in “Vixen”, a twin-turbo 2017 Dodge Challenger. The car is owned by Jack French, founder of Atomizer Injectors, driven by Rich Bruder and tuned by Nick Bruder.
The Reaper Camaro has a pro-charger under the hood that’s an absolutely force on the No Prep track this year. With the Outcast alliance on his side, he’ll be going rounds in the points championship.