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Ryan Martin Winning the First Qualifier Race and Engine Combo Parity for No Prep Kings Season 7!

In the electrifying world of No Prep Kings, the recent race has not only showcased the incredible skills of the racers but has also sparked discussions about parity within the series. The balance between different setups and the quest for fair competition took center stage after the last race, where Ryan Martin emerged as the dominant force in the latest qualifier.

Ryan Martin Winning the First Qualifier Race and Engine Combo Parity for No Prep Kings Season 7!

Ryan Martin winning the first Qualifier race. Photo by streetoutlaws_npkspoilers


Ryan Martin's spectacular performance in the recent qualifier race left spectators in awe. Along with his dedicated crew, Ryan demonstrated impressive consistency and speed throughout the qualifiers. Despite facing a challenging pedal fest against Kallee Mills, Ryan's overall performance was nothing short of stellar. His blistering passes and solid track record propelled him to the top, securing a well-deserved win.


This victory marks a significant comeback for Ryan Martin and his team, who had faced struggles earlier in the year. Starting the Invitational point standings at number four, they have undoubtedly stepped up their game, with Ryan now faster than ever. Kudos to Ryan, Javy, and the entire crew for their dedication and perseverance.

Ryan Martin Winning the First Qualifier Race and Engine Combo Parity for No Prep Kings Season 7!

Ryan Martin winning the first Qualifier race. Photo by Street Outlaws Live


Looking ahead, the Street Outlaws excitement doesn't stop with just one qualifier race. The anticipation is building for the next race, scheduled for February in Florida. With the second qualifier on the horizon, we expect over 40 cars to compete, including some notable racers who were absent from the initial event. The upcoming season promises to bring fresh faces and new engine combinations to the NPK series, particularly from the Twin Turbo community. Speculations arise about a potential shift to prochargers or screw blowers among these racers, aiming for improved performance and competitiveness.

Ryan Martin Winning the First Qualifier Race and Engine Combo Parity for No Prep Kings Season 7!

Ryan Martin vs Nate Sayler in the final. Photo by streetoutlaws_npkspoilers


Nate Sayler, another standout racer, showcased remarkable speed in the recent event. Despite a fierce battle in the finals against Ryan, Nate earned the nickname "Next Round Nate" for his impressive performance. Congratulations to him and his team for a job well done.

Ryan Martin vs Nate Sayler in the final. Video by Upshift


Speaking of technical adjustments, the recent changes in the rules, particularly the adjustment in overdrive for screw blowers, have sparked discussions. While the increased overdrive provides a horsepower boost, concerns about its impact on parity persist. The upcoming off-season will likely see racers fine-tuning their setups to maximize the benefits of these rule changes.


Regarding parity, there are notable concerns, especially with the dominance of the F4 136 ProCharger in the finals. Despite the implementation of adjustments, such as a 98% overdrive for screw blowers, uncertainties persist regarding the actual impact on performance. The offseason is now emerging as a pivotal period for rigorous testing and fine-tuning, with the aim of ensuring that these changes lead to races that are not only more competitive but also closely contested in the upcoming season.

Ryan Martin Winning the First Qualifier Race and Engine Combo Parity for No Prep Kings Season 7!

Photo by Fireball Camaro

Persistent challenges confront vehicles equipped with the 140 D1 ProCharger, prompting proposed adjustments aimed at equalizing the competition in the next season. The suggested modifications, which include a 50 lb weight increase for the 136 and maintaining the 140 as it is, exemplify a dedication to fostering fair competition and achieving tight racing scenarios within the No Prep Kings series.

As the aftermath of the Phoenix qualifier becomes clear, the anticipation within the Street Outlaws – No Prep Kings community intensifies for the next installment in this thrilling saga. With every racer striving for victory and the possibility of fresh challengers entering the scene, the forthcoming season is set to bring forth exhilarating moments, intense rivalries, and a display of speed and expertise that encapsulates the spirit of No Prep Kings. Brace yourself for an ongoing surge of high-energy excitement as the relentless pursuit of supremacy unfolds on the challenging tracks of No Prep Kings!

As the Street Outlaws NPK Season 7 approaches, the racing community eagerly anticipates more thrilling competitions, new faces, and exciting technical developments. Stay tuned for updates on the second qualifier race and the start of the highly anticipated NPK season. Don't forget to subscribe, comment, and join us for a season filled with adrenaline-pumping races and the Street Outlaw spirit!








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