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Street Outlaws star James Goad lost Reaper, Orange Car in trailer fire

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

James Goad is trying to process a huge loss. Goad — who is known as Reaper on the hit TV show Street Outlaws — had a fire in his stacker trailer on his way back to Oklahoma.

In the trailer at the time of the fire were the Reaper car and his Orange car, according to the Facebook post. In addition, Goad lost everything else in the trailer.

Street Outlaws star James “Reaper” Goad picks up one of his two cars that were involved in a stacker trailer fire following a No Prep Kings event
James “Reaper” Goad picks up one of his two cars that were involved in a stacker trailer fire following a No Prep Kings event (Photo by James Goad/Facebook)

“Early this morning on our way back from Texas, the stacker caught on fire,” Reaper SS said in a Facebook post. “Sadly, Reaper and the orange car were in it. This is all that is left of them. At the moment, we are still trying to process all of this.”

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At this time, it’s not exactly clear where the fire happened. Goad was a part of a No Prep event on Sunday at Xtreme Raceway Park in Ferris, Texas.

Brent Self — the leader of Black Sheep Mafia — won the small tire section of the event. Self and his Black Sheep Mafia team is still competing in Jonathan Day’s (JJ DaBoss) second Fastest in America tournament on Monday’s on the Discovery Channel.

Robin Roberts — who represented Oklahoma in the 2019 Street Outlaws No Prep Kings — also won the big tire category. Goad had No Prep stars compete in the event.

The 2019 Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Champion Ryan Martin was advertised to compete at the event. Others included Texas stars Cody Baker, Eric Bain, and Shawn Wilhoit.

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Oklahoma stars Doc and Kamikaze were also at the event. In addition, Hammerhead, Larry Larson, Kelly Bluebaugh, Murder Nova, and Chuck 55 competed in the event.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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