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Ryan Martin Is Gearing Up to Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

SEMA, also known as Specialty Equipment Market Association, the annual event consistently delivers excitement for car enthusiasts, and this year's installment was no exception. One of the event's highlights included an exclusive interview with two prominent figures from the popular TV show "Street Outlaws" – Ryan Martin and Scott Taylor.

Ryan Martin Will Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

Photo by Scott Taylor Motorsport


One revelation that had fans buzzing with excitement was Ryan Martin's plan to embrace the Screwblower in the upcoming year while not letting go of his beloved Procharger. The mere mention of this set the stage for an exciting twist in the world of street racing. Ryan's intention to challenge screw blower-equipped cars with his unique setup promises an exhilarating showdown on the tracks. Those who have followed Ryan's journey know that he's more than capable of going head-to-head with the screw blower cars. It's an electrifying prospect that adds a new dimension to his already impressive career.

Ryan Martin Will Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

Ryan Martin at SEMA 2023. Photo by Upshift


Ryan's commitment to pushing the boundaries of his racing setup is a testament to his unwavering dedication. He recognizes the need for innovation and adaptation in the ever-evolving world of street racing. His resolve to build a new car in the future speaks volumes about his desire to stay at the forefront of the sport.

Ryan Martin Will Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

Ryan Martin is gearing up to go Screw Blower next year? Photo by Richard Rowe


Scott Taylor, another renowned figure from "Street Outlaws," took a moment to reflect on the performance of his team in the recent season. Known for its fierce competition, Street Outlaws pushes racers to their limits. Scott's team, which has consistently been a top contender, faced its fair share of challenges this year. They grappled with issues in the early part of the season, citing changes in tire regulations and track conditions as contributing factors to their difficulties. Despite these setbacks, Scott underscored their resilience and unwavering determination to come back even stronger in the upcoming season.

Ryan Martin Will Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

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As the interview unfolded, it became evident that the road to victory on "Street Outlaws" is fraught with challenges. Scott emphasized the high level of competition on the show and how even a minor setback can make catching up an intimidating task. Nevertheless, he reiterated his commitment to his team's pursuit of victory.

The interview concluded on a high note as both Ryan Martin and Scott Taylor looked ahead to the future with optimism and determination. Whether it's facing off against new opponents or embarking on the ambitious project of building a new race car from the ground up, their passion for competition was palpable in their words.

Ryan Martin Will Go Screw Blower Next Year and Exclusive Interview at SEMA 2023!

Photo by Fireball Camaro


SEMA 2023 was not just about this exclusive interview; it was an all-encompassing celebration of the automotive world. From the sleekest and most modern vehicles to cherished vintage classics, there was something to captivate the heart of every automotive enthusiast. The event bore testimony to the fervor and dedication that drive the industry, a place where legends are born, old rivalries are rekindled, and new ones take shape.


Attendees left SEMA 2023 with a sense of eager anticipation, looking forward to the next season of "Street Outlaws." They couldn't wait to see how these revelations and insights from Ryan Martin and Scott Taylor would play out on the adrenaline-pumping racetracks, reaffirming the unwavering competitive spirit of the show.

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