By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
But on Saturday night, Martin did something he had not done yet. He guided his team to the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Season 6 Team Championship.
As a result, his team split the $200,000 prize. This was the first time that there were two Championships in play.
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Kye Kelley won the Individual Championship and took home the $100,000 prize. Kelley won his Championship by leading with the most points through the Great 8 portion of the weekend.
“We got it done!,” Fireball Camaro said in a Facebook post. “2023 NPK Team Championship @robinrobertsracing @teamvixen757 @natesaylerracing @giuseppenpk @fireballcamaro @stoutlaws @streetoutlawslive”
The drivers on the team were Rich Bruder, Robin Roberts, Nate Sayler, and Giuseppe Gentile.
“Thank you Ryan!,” Robin Roberts Racing said in a comment to the post. “Your leadership, smart decisions, support, and personal mentorship to me means the world. Super Proud to have been a part of it all!!!”
This team defeated seven other teams for the Team Championship. However, only really three teams had a chance for the championship heading into the season finale.
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Those teams were Team Kye Kelley, which led Martin’s team heading into Texas by 20 points at 1,480 to 1,460. Team Daddy Dave was third with a chance at 1,410.
According to the teams, Street Outlaws No Prep Kings will air in January. No date has been announced for when the season finale will air.
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