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Team Memphis wins fourth straight Street Outlaws: Fastest in America

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

For the fourth straight season, Team Memphis has won Street Outlaws: Fastest in America in Las Vegas. The season finale aired on the Discovery Channel on Monday night.

The second straight season, it came down to Team Memphis and a team from California.

ZipTie (Photo by Street Outlaws/Facebook)

Tricia Wayne, the wife of Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day, clinched the championship with the win. Team Memphis won over $160,000.

The team won the $100,000 grand prize. Plus, additional money was on the line each night that the team won.

Tricia Wayne returned to ZipTie in the final night of racing. Earlier in the filming, she drove Heifer in her first race back following a terrible crash.

In January 2022, Tricia Wayne and JJ DaBoss were involved in a crash in Texas during America’s List filming. This caused Tricia Wayne to be in the hospital for several days before returning home.

Then, in July, several months later, Tricia Wayne returned to the racing scene. This season’s schedule was taped in July for several weeks during a break in the action of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings schedule.

“If any human in the world can do it — Tricia Wayne in ZipTie — she can do it!” — Memphis Street Racer JJdaBoss in a video that Street Outlaws shared on Facebook before the season finale

Team California and Team NOLA were second and third respectively. Both were close in earnings.

Last year, Team Memphis defeated another California team that was led by Jermaine Boddie. The first two seasons, Team Memphis defeated Team NOLA.

A new filming of Fastest in America could be filmed this summer in July when there is another break in the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings schedule.

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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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