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NPK Championship Points Standings after Maple Grove and Added Points for The Last Races!

The adrenaline-pumping world of No Prep Kings racing has been nothing short of spectacular this season, and as the action unfolds, fans and racers alike eagerly follow the championship points standings. In this update, we'll take a closer look at the current No Prep Kings Championship points standings after the thrilling event at Maple Grove.


There's a lot of excitement surrounding Ryan Martin's recent win, and everyone's keeping a close eye on the point standings as the season approaches its conclusion. With just four more No Prep Kings races to go, the championship is wide open for the taking, thanks to the added points system in the final races.

Ryan Martin breaks through for first NPK Victory of the 2023 season at Maple Grove Raceway

Ryan Martin breaks through for first NPK Victory of the 2023 season at Maple Grove Raceway. Photo by Richard Rowe


Now, let's dive into the main Invitational totals. Kye Kelley maintains his number one position with a slight lead over Nate Sayler, who has moved up to the second spot. Following them are Damon Merchant, Lizzy Musi, Murder Nova, Kayla Morton, Ryan Martin, David Gates, and Robin Roberts, who have all secured their spots in the Great 8. Jim Howe has tied with Axman and climbed from 16th to 10th place this week, showing a remarkable improvement.

Individual Points Standings after NPK Maple Grove

Individual Points Standings after NPK Maple Grove. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


Giuseppe Gentile and Scott Taylor have faced some struggles, while Jeff Lutz and Justin Swanstrom have moved up a bit. Kallee Mills, Daddy Dave, Chunk 55, Larry Larson, Rich Bruder, Kyle Canion, Clay Cole, John Odom, and the rest of the field complete the lineup.


In the individual championship, Kye Kelley currently holds a significant lead, especially after Axman was eliminated in the Great 8 event. However, any racer with at least three points in the Great 8 can still compete for the individual championship, although it won't be easy. Kye Kelley has a two-race lead over the second-place racer, who won't be participating in the next Great 8 event. Third place is also out of the next event.

NPK Championship Points Standings after Maple Grove

Drivers who have won multiple events this NPK season. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


In this season, not only the last race but also the third to last and second to last races will have added points. The third to last and second to last races will offer points and a half, while the final race will be worth double points.


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The Great 8 events for the third to last and second to last races will offer 15 points to the winner, and the final race will be worth 20 points. This means that the competition is far from over, and Ryan's presence in the Great 8 could shake things up!


In addition, going one round in the Great 8 will earn racers points that will be multiplied by 1 or 2, depending on the race.

Individual Points Standings after NPK Maple Grove

Current top 4 in Invitational Points. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


As for the Team Championship, it's still up for grabs. Kye Kelley's team is still in the lead, albeit with a narrow 60-point advantage over Daddy Dave's team. The competition is intense from Justin Swanstrom's team in sixth place to Ryan Martin's team in third place, with only 60 points separating these four teams. The team championship remains wide open, and with the double points race at the end and the added points races, team positions can change rapidly.

Team Points Standings after NPK Maple Grove

Team Points Standings after NPK Maple Grove. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


The gap between the top team and the rest isn't insurmountable. If a team has five racers in the Invitational and they perform well, especially in the added points races, they could make a strong comeback. The Team Championship may not be decided until the last race, as the top teams are closely matched, and positions can change in the upcoming races.


In summary, the Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings season is heading towards a thrilling conclusion with added points races and a tight championship race. The individual and team championships are still anyone's game, and with several races remaining, it's uncertain who will emerge as the ultimate champions. As always, let's see what happens in the upcoming races.



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