NOLA is ready to put their names back on the leaderboard. After a tough first two seasons, Kye Kelly has gotten the team back together for an alliance to take the No Prep Kings crown home to New Orleans. Here's your guide to the drivers and cars representing Team NOLA in this year's Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings championship.
Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings airs Monday nights at 9p on Discovery.
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Years ago Kye Kelly pulled together some of the most badass drivers in the country for Street Outlaws: New Orleans. Unfortunately, a handful of big disagreements tore the team apart. Now that he’s got the crew back together, he’s hitting the track in “The Shocker”: a nitrous-powered 1984 Chevrolet Camaro that’s been re-tuned to tear up season three.
Lizzy Musi and “The Aftershock” are a force not to be reckoned with this year. Her 2012 Chevrolet Camaro is a nitrous-boosted beast that leaves turbo cars in the dust.
Scott Taylor drives a 1997 Pontiac Firebird called “Track Doe”. The name was inspired by his street racing car, a 1992 Cutlass called dubbed “John Doe”. Track Doe has been completely redone with a high-powered HEMI engine.
Jerry Bird brought his 1990 Ford Probe to the track, and he promises a tune that’ll “make a statement” this year.
“Lil Legend” Bobby Ducote has completely upgraded his 1991 Pontiac Firebird from the chassis to the transmission to a bright new wrap that looks as fast as it passes.
Barry Nicholson knows working as a team will give Team NOLA the edge they need to quit Oklahoma and Texas from running their mouths. He’s bringing The Godfather 1968 Chevrolet Camaro straight from the street to the track.