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Larry Larson hints at changes for Maple Grove

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws driver Larry Larson has hinted that changes are coming to his program. The Missouri-based driver posted a video to Facebook claiming, “Big things coming to Maple Grove!”

The changes are to his Cadillac race car that he has been racing for the last several seasons on the show. While he has hinted at changes, Larson did not release more information on what they are.

Street Outlaws star Larry Larson preparing to make a hit in his Cadillac race car
Larry Larson preparing to make a hit in his Cadillac race car (Photo by Larry Larson/Facebook)

Larson used to be a heavy hitter on Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. Yet, he has not won a race since he switched to the Cadillac.

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Whatever the changes that he has made, he’s going to show the fans — and future TV audience — at Maple Grove Raceway. The Street Outlaws will be at the facility on Friday, May 13th and Saturday, May 14th.

Larson is not the only Street Outlaws drivers making changes before Maple Grove. Ryan Martin — who had an intake manifold explosion at the last event at Virginia Motorsports Park — is working hard to get his car ready.

Team Boddie has announced a chance with their program. They have partnered with Elite HP.

Marty Robertson will be the team’s new driver. He will drive a Barracuda.

If Robertson does attend Maple Grove, he will have to race his way into the 32-car field. This bunch will also include Chuck Seitsinger and Bobby Ducote, who did not make the show at Virginia.

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Martin defeated Larson in the first round at Virginia. While the teams were at Palm Beach International Raceway to begin the season, Larson defeated Jay Boddie Jr.

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Larson then defeated Tim Brown in the second round. He was then defeated by Martin in the third round.

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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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