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Fireball Camaro Wins Brainerd No Prep Elite!

Hey Street Outlaws fans! We’ve got some thrilling news from the No Prep Elite event at Brainerd. Ryan Martin, driving the Fireball Camaro, clinched another victory, showcasing his incredible skills and consistency on the track.


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Ryan Martin's Victory

Ryan Martin dominated the challenging track conditions at Brainerd, where many racers struggled with tire spin and shake. Despite these difficulties, Ryan ran fast and consistent, ultimately taking home the win. Once again, he faced off against Kye Kelly in the finals and emerged victorious. This continues Ryan’s streak of beating Kye, having also defeated him in their last race two weeks ago.


Kye Kelly, who has previously won at Brainerd twice, was aiming for a third victory. However, Ryan put a stop to his plans with an impressive performance.


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Season Highlights and Standings

This victory marks Ryan's second win of the season. He has proven his versatility by winning with both the screw-blown Fireball Camaro and the gray car, equipped with a ProCharger. His adaptability and skill behind the wheel are undeniable.


Following his win at Brainerd, Ryan Martin has moved up to second place in the points standings. Here’s a quick look at the top three:


  1. Giuseppe Gentile - 150 points

  2. Ryan Martin - 145 points

  3. Justin Swanstrom - 140 points


The competition is incredibly tight, with only 10 points separating the top three racers. With nine more races left in the season, anything can happen!


Track Conditions and Upcoming Races

The track conditions at Brainerd were particularly tough, with many racers struggling to get a good grip. Despite this, Ryan Martin’s performance was stellar. Murder Nova also had a strong showing but unfortunately went red due to either a trans-brake issue or a jump, marking one of the rare times he has gone red in NPK.


Looking ahead, the upcoming races in August and October promise to be interesting. August races often face weather challenges, making the tracks sketchy, while October races usually take place on faster tracks like Texas Motorplex and Steele, Alabama. This will undoubtedly add more excitement and unpredictability to the championship.


Photo by Fireball Camaro 


What’s Next?

As the season progresses, the battle for the championship remains fierce. With Ryan Martin’s recent win, the stakes are higher than ever. Keep an eye on StreetOutlawsTalks.com for more updates, in-depth coverage, and the latest news from the world of No Prep Kings.

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