Justin Swanstrom

Justin Swanstrom is a drag racer. Lately, he is commonly known for competing on the Street Outlaws series.

The Florida native has competed in Season 4 and Season 5 of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. He attempted to compete during Season 3; however, he had an accident in Ohio that derailed his attempt to appear on the show at the time.

When the series returned in 2021, Swanstrom picked up two wins. He was in the mix for the championship until late in the season when Ryan Martin won his second straight championship.

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In 2022, it has been a tough year for the SwanGang leader. He had an intake manifold backfire before the filming at Virginia Motorsports Park in North Dinwiddie, Virginia.

He got the car fixed and had a good showing in Virginia. However, the tour’s next stop in Mohnton, Pennsylvania was a disaster for the team.

Swanstrom experienced a fire midway through the run. Then, “Super Dave” Adkins crashed into him towards the finished line.

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SwanGang and Cameron Johnson Race Cars worked four days to get Prenup back in racing shape. Then, the team made the 24-hour trek to New England Dragway to compete one week after the fire.

He spent nearly $75,000 to get back on the tour. He experienced another intake manifold backfire during his first round loss to “Daddy Dave” Comstock in Epping, New Hampshire.

With the help of Hormone Logics and sponsor Todd Anthony, Prenup will be moved to the Streets in late 2022 or the beginning of 2023. Another car is being built for No Prep Kings.

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