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Ryan Martin loses No. 2 spot to Lee Roberts on America’s List

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In this clip from Street Outlaws, Ryan Martin was debated into giving Lee Roberts the hit in their race on America’s List. Memphis Street Outlaws leader Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day asked for the day.

“I’m going to give you the hit anyways,” Martin said.

Lee Roberts and Ryan Martin
Lee Roberts and Ryan Martin (Photo by Lee Roberts/Facebook)

Martin and JJ DaBoss then locked in the hit.

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“By no means do I think I can outrun this car even if I give him the hit,” Martin can be heard saying in the video. “It’s the dummiest thing that I’ve done. I’m going to give him the hit anyways.”

Roberts then gapped Martin off of the light. As Martin was going down the street in La Villa, Texas, he lost control of the vehicle.

Martin’s car veered towards the field before he was able to get it back under control. Once he lost control, he was not able to make it a race.

Roberts easily won the race.

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“Everything worked out like I wanted it to before going up to the race,” Martin said. “The flagging was weird. It’s my fault because anything goes here and you have to be ready for it. You have to be ready for anything and I wasn’t. Jeff did a little point, point, and then put his hands down. I wasn’t on the two-step.

“I wasn’t ready to go and that’s all my fault. I went to go catch him and I had the wheels up, I tapped it one time and went to sit it down. When I did that, I had the wheels turned, it darted over to the right. It was a bad series of events for me.”

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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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