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Individual & Team Point Standings after No Prep Kings Virginia. Birdman Demoted, Dominator Called Up

The No Prep Kings series continues to captivate fans and push the boundaries of drag racing, and the recent event at Virginia Motorsports Park did not disappoint. With drivers battling it out on the unprepped surface, the competition was fierce, and the points standings saw some significant changes.


Individual Points Standings:


Kye Kelley delivered an exceptional performance at Virginia Motorsports Park, securing the top spot in the individual points standings. With consistent performances throughout the season, Kelley has established himself as a force to be reckoned with. His skillful driving and dedication to his craft have paid off, earning him valuable points after Virginia race.

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing


Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


Team Total Points Standings:


Photo by Kye Kelley Racing


Kye Kelley's impressive performance has propelled his team to the top of the team total points standings. The collective efforts of the team, including Kelley's exceptional driving and the support of the crew, have played a crucial role in their success. With their sights set on the championship, Team Kye Kelley has become a force to be reckoned with in the No Prep Kings series.

Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


As the No Prep Kings series progresses, the individual and team total points standings will continue to evolve. With talented drivers and competitive teams vying for the top spots, each event brings new excitement and challenges. Fans can look forward to intense battles and exhilarating moments as the season unfolds, ultimately culminating in the crowning of the No Prep Kings champion.

JangALang's FIRST No Prep Kings Race in Ohio Recap. Video by Kye Kelley Racing


Birdman demoted - Dominator called up:


In a notable roster change within the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings, Team Mike Murillo has made a decision to demote former No Prep Kings champion James "Birdman" Finney, as reported by Upshift360. Taking Finney's place, Murillo has acquired Joe "Dominator" Woods from the free agent pool to join their team for Invitational event at Virginia Motorsports Park in Diwiddie, Virginia. Consequently, Birdman is now entering the pool of available racers.


The free agent pool allows drivers who are not affiliated with any team to be chosen and added to a team roster whenever needed. In the recent event at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio, Dominator was not selected by any team, making him one of the free agent drivers.


As of now, the duration of Dominator's association with the Murillo team is uncertain and has yet to be determined.

In the previous format, Murillo and Finney were both members of Team Texas. These two drivers made history as the first-ever No Prep Kings champions, with Murillo winning the championship in Season 1 and Finney claiming the title in Season 2.










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