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Ryan Martin wins 2021 NPK Bradenton race in season finale

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Street Outlaws 405 competitor Ryan Martin showed his dominance on the season. After winning the 2021 Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Championship, he has also won the series finale. 

He defeated New Orleans competitor Kye Kelley in the series finale at Bradenton Motorsports Park in Bradenton, Florida. 

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Champion Ryan Martin making a hit during the invitational on Saturday at Bradenton Motorsports Park
Ryan Martin making a hit during the invitational on Saturday at Bradenton Motorsports Park (Photo by Fireball Camaro/Facebook)

This is the second time that these two drivers have faced each other in a final round. Previously at Palm Beach International Raceway, Martin also got the win over Kelley. 

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Martin clinched the Championship with his first-round win on Saturday. He defeated Team 405 competitor Shawn “Murder Nova” Ellington to seal the championship. 

Kelley was one of the three other drivers, who were in the mix before the finale, who had a chance to win had Martin lost in the first round. Instead of accepting a call out, Martin drew Ellington in the chip draw. 

This is the second time that Martin has won the championship and the race in the series finale. In 2019 at the Texas Motorplex, he defeated Kelley to win the championship in the semifinals. 

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Then, he went on to win the race at Ennis, Texas. 

Martin officially ended the season with five wins. He also won the first race; however, his win over Jerry Bird at National Trail Raceway did not count for the points. 

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In addition to his two Florida wins, he also won at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, Pennsylvania; Firebird Raceway in Eagle, Idaho, and at Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
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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