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Team & Individual Points Update after No Prep Kings Tulsa!

Updated: Aug 18, 2023

In the electrifying world of underground racing, where unbridled power and strategic finesse intersect, the No Prep Kings Invitational stands as a spectacle that has enraptured enthusiasts worldwide. In the wake of the recent Tulsa event, the current rankings have sparked lively conversations and fervent speculation throughout the community. Let's delve into the key moments of the race and the evolving leaderboards of team and individual points that are keeping fans perched on the edge of their seats.


Leading the way is Damon Merchant, an experienced racer who continues to assert his dominance with a slim yet impactful lead of two rounds over his fierce rival, Kye Kelly. Trailing closely behind is the impressive Lizzy Musi, who secured a triumph in the most recent event and now trails Kye by just three rounds. These top three performers truly exemplify the expertise and unwavering commitment that define authentic champions.

Current Individual Point after NPK Tulsa

Current Individual Point after NPK Tulsa. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


The competition's intensity extends beyond individual rankings alone. The team standings also present a captivating narrative. Daddy Dave's team holds a commanding position at the summit, their hard-earned achievements resonating throughout the rankings. Nonetheless, Boddie's team remains within striking distance, a mere ten points behind, ready to challenge the reigning champions. These tightly contested standings mirror the ever-evolving nature of street racing, where each decision and maneuver possesses the potential to tip the scales of victory.

Current Team Point after NPK Tulsa

Current Team Point after NPK Tulsa. Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


Damon's exceptional skill has emerged as a central storyline in this season's narrative. His mastery of a big block Chevy, facing off against Hemi-powered opponents, has held audiences spellbound and left even experts puzzled. His commanding performances have consistently positioned him ahead of the pack, causing fellow racers to grapple in their attempts to match his pace. Despite its unorthodox nature in certain aspects, Damon's prowess is undeniably legitimate, serving as a testament to the innovative essence that propels the street racing culture forward.

Damon's Rogue in Big Block Chevy!

Damon's Rogue in Big Block Chevy! Photo by Street Outlaws Stat Guy


While Damon leads the way, Kye Kelley remains resolute and far from surrendering. Despite narrowly missing out on victory in the primary Invitational event, Kye has rebounded valiantly to secure an impressive second place. The razor-thin two-round margin between them underscores the thrilling unpredictability of the competition, underscoring the electrifying uncertainty that characterizes each race.

Kye Kelley's JangAlang

Kye Kelley's JangAlang. Photo by Zane Diamond-Odell

As the article draws to a close, the spotlight shifts to the compelling season that lies ahead. With nine races left in the lineup, the landscape of the rankings remains far from settled. Anticipate drama, intense rivalry, and the potential for historic upsets on the horizon. Furthermore, racers are poised to demonstrate their adaptability and finesse as the pursuit of the coveted No Prep Kings title unfurls.

In a season characterized by velocity, tactics, and suspense, the No Prep Kings Invitational stands as a testament to the essence of street racing. The post-Tulsa standings provide a glimpse into the enthralling realm of high-stakes competition and unwavering dedication. With Damon's commanding presence, Kye Kelley's determined pursuit, and the closely contested team rivalry, fans can expect nothing short of electrifying moments as the season unfolds. As enthusiasts eagerly await the next race, one certainty prevails: the No Prep Kings Invitational maintains its supremacy as a riveting spectacle that pushes the limits of speed and expertise.

Daddy Dave's Team

Daddy Dave's Team. Photo by Mallory Elizabeth Photography






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