‘Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings’ coming to Pacific Raceways in Kent

Discovery Channel street racing reality show

  • Thursday, January 16, 2020 2:33pm
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Discovery Channel’s street racing reality show, “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings,” will come to Pacific Raceways in Kent on Aug. 14-15.

Discover Channel announced this week the racetracks for the upcoming season. The season expands from nine to 12 racing locations including a qualification race. All the action will air on the Discovery Channel later this year.

Ryan Martin is the reigning series champion, and he will defend his title in a brand new 2019 ZL1 Camaro, unveiled weeks ago at the Performance Racing Industry show, according to dragzine.com. Expected to be hot on his heels yet again will be the nitrous-assisted duo of Kye Kelley and Lizzy Musi, former champs Mike Murillo and James Finney, along with perennial hitters Larry Larson, Scott Taylor, Jeff Lutz, and many more.

For ticket information for the Kent races, go to this website:

https://tickets.thefoat.com/StreetOutlaws/Street+Outlaws+No+Prep+Kings+Pacific+Raceways/tickets/event-36145/

Schedule

Racers from all over the country will converge in 2020 at:

March 20 and 21 Tucson Dragway – Tucson, AZ

April 17 and 18 South Georgia Motorsports Park – Adel, GA

April 24 and 25 Virginia Motorsports Park – Petersburg, VA

May 8 and 9 Maple Grove Raceway – Mohnton, PA

May 22 and 23 New England Dragway – Epping, NH

Aug. 14 and 15 Pacific Raceways – Kent, WA

Aug. 21 and 22 Bandimere Speedway – Morrison, CO

Aug. 28 and 29 Firebird Raceway – Boise, ID

Sept. 11 and 12 Route 66 Raceway – Joliet, IL

Oct. 2 and 3 Summit Motorsports Park – Norwalk, OH

Oct. 9 and 10 Darlington Dragway – Hartsville, SC

Oct. 23 and 24 Palm Beach International – Palm Beach, FL

Oct. 30 and 31 Texas Motorplex – Ennis, TX


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