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Kye Kelley claims you should race on the street before NPK

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws star Joe “Dominator” Woods is not the only OG person on the show, who is not pleased with outsiders coming into the very successful Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. Kye Kelley, who is one of the popular personalities on the show, is also not happy.

Like Dominator, Kelley went to Facebook to voice his displeasure.

Street Outlaws star Kye Kelley celebrating his fourth Street Outlaws No Prep Kings win by his race car Show Stopper at Virginia Motorsports Park
Kye Kelley celebrating his fourth Street Outlaws No Prep Kings win by his race car Show Stopper at Virginia Motorsports Park (Photo by Kye Kelley Racing/Facebook)

“Change my mind,” Kelley said. “If ur gonna be on a show called ‘street’ outlaws, u should at least street race.”

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The four-time Street Outlaws No Prep Kings winner has been competing on the show for a long time. He made a name for himself by defeating “Daddy Dave” Comstock and Justin “Big Chief” Shearer in the early stages of the OG Street Outlaws show.

The success of Kelley led to a short-lived Street Outlaws NOLA show. The drivers competed at Da Pad near New Orleans, Louisiana.

Outside of appearing on the original Street Outlaws show, Kelley has also appeared on Street Outlaws No Prep Kings, Street Outlaws America’s List, and Street Outlaws Fastest in America.
In Street Outlaws Fastest in America, Team NOLA was defeated by the Memphis Street Outlaws in the first two seasons.

The posts by Dominator and Kye Kelley were shots at outsiders in the NHRA. Recently, Team Boddie owner Jay Boddie partnered with Elite HP, a subsidiary of Elite Motorsports, to form a team.

NHRA Pro Stock driver Marty Robertson will drive a Barracuda, which will be known as “Bad Fish” on the show. Robertson will have to compete in the Futures Class of the show before Executive Producer Sam Korkis decides if he has done enough to make it onto the Invitational.

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Robertson is not the only one with NHRA ties, who has announced plans to compete in the series. In December, Paige Coughlin, who is a part of the legendary Coughlin family, is inching closer to participating.

So far, Coughlin has not competed in the first two events. We do know that “Golden Child” is getting closer, according to her Facebook page.

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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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