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B-Rad missing 2022 Tucson NPK race

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings competitor Brad “B-Rad” Eglian will not be competing this weekend when the tour makes its next visit. The No Prep stars will be at Tucson Dragway in Tucson, Arizona.

At this time, he did not say why he missed the last race at Firebird Raceway in Idaho.

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings competitor Brad Eglian's LumiNasty sits on the dragstrip before the NPK event at Maple Grove Raceway
Street Outlaws No Prep Kings competitor Brad Eglian’s LumiNasty sits on the dragstrip before the NPK event at Maple Grove Raceway (Photo by Team B-Rad Racing “LumiNasty”/Facebook)

“A few of you noticed we were not in Idaho and we are going to have to miss Arizona also, but we are hoping to make it to Bandimere,” Team B-Rad Racing said in a statement. “It sucks because the car is flying right now. It’s a great experience for my son and I to be able to go to all of these races against big teams with big backing and sponsors, etc. Imagine what we could accomplish with that, too. We race because we love it. It’s in our blood. It’s what we do.”

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According to the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings points standings, B-Rad is currently tied for 19th. He is tied with fellow drivers David Gates, Cody Baker, Murder Nova, and Jim Howe.

All of these drivers have 110 points. With B-Rad missing this weekend’s race, he is going to fall back even further. After this weekend, he could fall behind “Super Dave” Adkins and Boddie Jr., who both have 100 points.

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In a Facebook post earlier this post, there was a Facebook post showing “LumiNasty.” The Facebook post said, “Balling on a budget.”

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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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