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Two More Incredible Racers Will Not Compete in Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Season 6!

Eric Kvilhaug of Team California will not be competing in No Prep Kings season 6. The reason for his absence has been officially announced as work obligations and family commitments, which will require his full attention during the season.

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While Eric's absence may be disappointing for his fans and supporters, it is important to understand the demands of professional racing and the need for balance between work, family, and racing commitments. Eric has made the difficult decision to prioritize his work and family obligations this season, and we respect his decision to do so.

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Eric has been a dedicated and skilled competitor in the No Prep Kings series since its inception, and his absence will undoubtedly be felt by his fellow racers and fans alike. He has made a name for himself as a fierce competitor, and his skills on the track have earned him a loyal following. However, Eric's commitment to his work and family reflects his character and values as a person, and it is important to acknowledge and respect that.


Despite his absence, Eric's contributions to the sport and his dedication to his craft have inspired many, and his influence on the racing community will not soon be forgotten. Eric's fans and supporters will undoubtedly continue to follow his career and eagerly await his return to the track.

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As the No Prep Kings series continues, fans and racers alike will miss Eric's presence on the track. However, his absence serves as a reminder of the importance of balance and priorities in life, and the challenges that come with professional racing. It also reminds us of the value of family and work commitments, and the sacrifices that sometimes must be made in order to maintain those commitments.

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One more No Prep Kings star has made his decision to not compete in the coming season. Adam Jennings, known for his "Dark Horse", would be retiring from No Prep Kings season 6.

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Jennings has been a fixture in the No Prep Kings series since its inception, and his "Dark Horse" has become synonymous with his name. The car, a 69 Chevy Camaro with a supercharged hemi, is one of the most recognizable and feared vehicles on the track, and Jennings' skill behind the wheel has earned him a legion of fans.

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The decision to retire from the series is never an easy one, and Jennings' announcement was likely due to other business ventures. Despite his retirement from No Prep Kings season 6, Jennings' legacy in the racing community will continue to be felt.

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Eric Kvilhaug and Adam Jennings' retirement from No Prep Kings season 6 is a loss for the series, but it also serves as a reminder of the sacrifices that professional racers must make. We wish Kvilhaug and Jennings all the best in their future endeavors, and we will certainly miss seeing them on the track.

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