By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Street Outlaws star Joe “Dominator” Woods is not happy that certain racers are now showing interest in the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings tour. The series, which was founded six seasons ago, is one of the biggest drag racing series in the country.
It is so big now that it may outdraw the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA). The fans were packed at Virginia Motorsports Park in North Dinwiddie, Virginia on April 22nd and 23rd.
“Only a week away,” Dominator said in a Facebook post. “And ohhh how funny it is that all those Street Outlaws and NPK Haters/Real Racers were (bashing) and (hating) are [beginning] to get into [the] race now. Hey, I could put a sponsor on my car and make you feel fuzzy. Pay attention to who starts showing up and trying to be a part of what they hated for so many years and never forget!”
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Dominator is the latest Street Outlaws driver to have issues with the NHRA. Mike Murillo, the season two champion, previously clashed with the NHRA when they tried to take his competition license away for competing on the show.
This is very well a shot at the NHRA. As we reported this week, Team Boddie has partnered with Elite HP to allow NHRA Pro Stock driver Marty Robertson to set his sights on the series.
We do not know exactly when Robertson will make his debut. However, he has been testing his new Barracuda which is being called “Bad Fish” to make its debut at some point this summer.
Robertson will have to race his way into the Invitational through the Futures Class. Unfortunately, for the loyal Street Outlaws No Prep Kings drivers, who have been battling it out since the very beginning, he’s not the only driver with NHRA ties, who wants to join.
Paige Coughlin, a part of the historic Coughlin family, is expected to debut in the series soon. She previously announced that her new “Golden Child” car is inching closer to competing in the series.
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Like Robertson, Coughlin will have to race her way into the show through the Futures Class. Executive Producer Sam Korkis will then decide if they’re good enough to make it onto the big show and be seen on the Discovery Channel at a later date this year.
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