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Outlaw Armageddon will not be held in 2022

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Quick Performance Outlaw Armageddon 8 will not be held in 2022. Instead, this race will be shifted to 2023.

The race was originally scheduled to take place on July 15th and 16th at Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Lexington, Oklahoma. The event promoters Nick Duty and “Big” Marc Sorenson decided to cancel the event on Tuesday.

A racer has his car by the Outlaw Armageddon sign
A racer has his car by the Outlaw Armageddon sign (Photo by Outlaw Armageddon No Prep/Facebook)

“Unfortunately, several factors have not worked in the event’s favor this year,” Duty said. “In addition to the financial hardships that many racers are facing trying to stay competitive and travel long distances during this difficult economic time, the increased number of racers under contract to film upcoming TV shows has drastically limited racer availability during the summer.”

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The Street Outlaws OG 405 will be filming this summer. This is why there is a month break in between the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings schedule.

The No Prep Kings go four straight weekends in June. Then, they do not return until August through October to finish out the season.

“Our main priority has always been providing our racers and fans with a unique, action-packed show,” Sorenson said. “The biggest race on the biggest stage in No Prep Racing. The last thing we want to do is put out a product that falls short of the high standards we’ve set for ourselves and that our customers have come to expect from the original high stales No Prep event.”

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No event date has been scheduled for the 2023 show. However, they will have to work around the Street Outlaws and Street Outlaws No Prep Kings filming schedules.

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Anyone who has purchased tickets to the event in advance will be issued a refund.

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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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