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Monza Stepping Away from Racing & Chevelle Up for Sale

Hello, Street Outlaws fans! Welcome back to StreetOutlawsTalks.com. Today, we've got some significant news to discuss. It's official: Monza is stepping away from racing, and his beautiful Chevelle will soon be up for sale.

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Photo by Team Monza 405 


Monza's Retirement

Monza, a fan favorite in the Street Outlaws community, has decided to retire from racing—at least for the time being. Known for his cool demeanor and badass driving skills, Monza has been a staple on the streets and in the No Prep Kings (NPK) series. However, he's decided to take a step back, and his plans for the future remain uncertain.


Monza still owns his iconic split bumper Camaro and the stunning Chevelle he built for NPK events. The Chevelle, a meticulously crafted machine, has been certified, dyno-tested, and proven to be a powerhouse on the track. Despite its potential, Monza has chosen not to continue participating in NPK events, leading to his decision to sell the car.


The Chevelle: A Masterpiece for Sale

The Chevelle is not just any race car; it's an absolute masterpiece. Built to compete with the best in NPK, it features a potent Hemi combination with a Procharger, making it a force to be reckoned with. This car is capable of delivering incredible performance, and it's sure to attract serious buyers who appreciate the craftsmanship and power it offers.


While it's disappointing to see Monza step away from racing, there's hope that he might return in the future. His contributions to Street Outlaws have been significant, and fans like us would love nothing more than to see him back on the track.


Photo by Pro Line Racing


Future Prospects

There’s also speculation about whether Brandon, who currently tunes both the Chevelle and the split bumper Camaro, might take up the mantle and race the Chevelle. Watching Brandon step up and race this beast would be an exciting prospect, but only time will tell if that becomes a reality.

For now, we have to accept that Monza is stepping away from the racing scene. It's a tough pill to swallow, especially for long-time fans who have followed his journey from the streets to NPK. However, the racing world is unpredictable, and there's always a chance that Monza might make a comeback.


Final Thoughts

It's always tough to see a beloved racer step away from the sport, but we respect Monza's decision and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. Whether he returns to racing or pursues other passions, Monza will always be a legendary figure in the Street Outlaws community.


Stay tuned for more updates, and let's keep our fingers crossed for Monza's return. In the meantime, we can look forward to seeing who ends up with the Chevelle and how they use this incredible machine in the racing world.


Photo by Team Monza 405 


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