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Eric Bain does not like ‘Chase is a Race’

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star Eric Bain is tired of the games on Street Outlaws America’s List. This season was filmed over several weeks back in January near La Villa, Texas.

In a Facebook post, he said that he is tired of the gimmicks. He said that races need to be on a flashlight start and heads up.

Former Street Outlaws driver Eric Bain prepares to make a pass during Street Outlaws America’s List
Eric Bain prepares to make a pass during Street Outlaws America’s List (Photo by Boosted Ego/Facebook)

Bain — who raced on America’s List — says that if your tire cracks, then you’re out.

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“I refuse to lose a race because I wasn’t playing the game,” he said in the post. “I refuse to not take action when action is available. Regardless everyone has the same chance and you will flat get taken advantage of if you’re not playing the game. Luckily, I’m not one of those racers, who gives up all chances and sits at the bottom.

“Only thing that was not a game and not on purpose was my exhaust. We had a meeting, all drivers agreed we couldn’t change it in the time frame that we had and we all voted it wasn’t that bad and to roll on.”

On a recent episode of America’s List, Bain got blamed for fogging another driver’s windshield.

“Yes, I sold the Camaro,” Bain said. “I was 50% owner with HPP Racing and they will be the proud new owner of the Window Fogger. #VoteHeadsUp #Light #TheBaddest”

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Bain has revealed that his company is working on a new car for him. He has shown a teaser of the car but the new car has not been revealed yet.

Bain is not the only driver, who disagrees with “Chase is a Race.” Former Street Outlaws star Justin “Big Chief” Shearer disagreed with “Chase is a Race” as well before he decided to leave the show.

Eric Bain's Facebook Statement
Eric Bain’s Facebook Statement (Screen Grab)

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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