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Monza’s car joins Prenup at Cameron Johnson Race Cars

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Justin Swanstrom’s Prenup is not the only Street Outlaws No Prep Kings car at Cameron Johnson Race Cars right now. Jerry “Monza” Johnston’s car is also at the Florida-based shop.

Monza took his car to Lakeland, Florida after tagging the wall at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, Pennsylvania. He had damage to the side of his car and the struts.

Monza
Monza (Photo by Team Monza 405/Facebook)

“Cars headed to CJRC,” Team Monza 405 said in a post. “He say he will have us ready for Ohio. My buddy John Magliano gonna fix the quarter panel. Most parts are already on the way. May not have paint but will be fixed and straight.”

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Monza was racing against 16-time Champion Mike Murillo during “Race Your Way In” to compete in the Invitational. With Monza hitting the wall, Murillo was able to advance to the TV show before being eliminated in the first round.

For those who have not heard, Swanstrom was involved in an accident on Friday at the track, as well. His team left Saturday night and drove through the night to get Prenup back to Florida to get fixed immediately.

Swanstrom had a fire midway through his pass under his car. He was racing against “Super Dave” Adkins during the Great 8 when Adkins lost control of his ride and rear-ended Swanstrom.

This caused Prenup to have front and rear-end damage. Plus, the car was on fire in the front which caused more damage.

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They are doing everything possible to get Prenup back up and running in time for the upcoming filming at New England Dragway. The tour heads to Epping, New Hampshire this weekend.

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After a break for Memorial Day weekend, Monza’s car may be back to compete at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio on the weekend of June 3rd and 4th.

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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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