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Legendary Showdown Ends with Huge Fireball: Kye Kelley VS Monza

The Street Outlaws franchise created a successful spin-off series last year called No Prep Kings, featuring the original stars of Street Outlaws, some of the guys from Street Outlaws New Orleans, and top names in the No Prep track racing world competing across the country for significant payouts and a season-long points series.


The world of street racing is full of adrenaline, high-speed action, and intense rivalries. And no rivalry is more iconic than the one between Kye Kelley and Jerry "Monza" Johnston, two of the most skilled drivers in the Street Outlaws franchise. This season of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings features a showdown between the two legends in their new cars, the Aftershock and the Sinister Split Bumper Camaro.

Photo by National No Prep Racing Association


Kye Kelley, who gained notoriety for his third-gen Shocker Camaro, has built a new car specifically for No Prep racing called Aftershock. The car is designed to meet the regulations of the no prep world and has been carefully crafted to be one of the most formidable cars on the track. The car is powered by a massive horsepower engine and is equipped with a state-of-the-art suspension system to provide maximum traction and stability on the track.

Kye Kelley Aftershock. Photo by National No Prep Racing Association


On the other hand, Jerry "Monza" Johnston's Sinister Split Bumper Camaro is a legend in the world of street racing. The car was involved in a crash last year and was destroyed. But Monza did not give up on his beloved car and has rebuilt it with a new twin-turbo powerplant. The car looks almost identical to its previous version, with the exception of a matte black coat replacing the previous gloss black.

Monza's Sinister Split Bumper Camaro. Photo by Motortrend


The stage was set for an epic showdown between the two cars in the latest season of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. As the two cars lined up on the starting line, the tension was palpable. The drivers revved their engines, and the crowd cheered as the race began.

Photo by National No Prep Racing Association


The Aftershock took an early lead, with Kye Kelley expertly navigating the car around the track. But the Sinister Split Bumper Camaro was not far behind. Monza's driving skills and the power of his car quickly closed the gap, and it looked like the race would be neck-and-neck.


But then disaster struck. A nitrous backfire occurred on the Aftershock, indicating an issue with the car's tune. The explosion was harmless, but it caused Kye to lose his momentum, giving Monza the opportunity to take the lead and win the race.

Photo by National No Prep Racing Association

Although Kye Kelley's Aftershock did not emerge victorious in this race, the car is still one of the most formidable machines in the world of street racing. And with Monza's Sinister Split Bumper Camaro back in action, the stage is set for many more epic showdowns in the upcoming season of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. The rivalry between these two drivers is far from over, and fans of the franchise can't wait to see what happens next.

Video by National No Prep Racing Association


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