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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

California-based Street Outlaws racer Eric Kvilhaug was involved in a crash on Saturday night at Tucson Dragway. The incident was during the taping for the upcoming TV show that will begin on October 11th.

The Tucson Dragway race will be seen later in the season.

Street Outlaws racer Eric Kvilaug competing at an event
Eric Kvilaug competing at an event (Photo by KaosVette Racing/Facebook & C. Paulshock Photography)

Kvilhaug reportedly crashed after defeating Tim Brown in the second round. Following the win, he was able to get out of the car.

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He is reportedly OK. Witness reports say that his car was taken to the scales to advance to the third round against Kye Kelley.

Kvilhaug’s crash will give Kelley a bye into Round 4.

The KaosVette Racing driver is the latest driver to have an accident during the taping of the show. Lizzy Musi, Rich Bruder, “Daddy” Dave Comstock, and Eric Bain are just a few, who have had crashes during the taping.

He won a race on the show earlier this season. With his accident, it’s not clear at this time if he will be able to complete the remaining events of the show.

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Kvilhaug won the No Prep Kings event at Cordova International Raceway on August 7th.

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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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