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Jeff Lutz's GTO Heads to Canada for Big Tire Action

Hello, Street Outlaws fans! Welcome to Street Outlaws Talks. Today, we're diving into some thrilling news about Jeff Lutz and his GTO heading north to race in Canada on big tires. Let's get into the details!


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First off, it's official: there will be two No Prep Kings All-Star events in Canada. The first race is just around the corner, happening on July 19th and 20th at Raptor Raceway. While we don't have a complete list of attendees yet, we do know that most, if not all, of the racers who competed in Australia last year will be present.


This year's event is shaping up to be a spectacle. Excitingly, it will be streamed live on YouTube, just like the NPK events in the US. Among the confirmed participants, Jeff Lutz will be bringing his GTO, a car that performed exceptionally well in Australia. It even took down some of the fastest Pro Mods there, proving it’s a force to be reckoned with.


In the US, Jeff typically runs his Mustang in NPK events, but for Canada, he's opting for the GTO. The Mustang has been performing better stateside, so the GTO should be a strong contender up north. The caliber of Canadian racers remains a bit of a mystery, but we might see some Pro Mods and steel-bodied Pro Mods, which are essentially Pro Mod chassis with steel roofs and quarters.


Photo by Mallory Elizabeth Photography 


When the Australia events went down, there were plenty of call-outs and videos hyping the races. This time around, there's been less noise from Canada. However, once the racers hit the track, we'll see who goes up against whom.


Jeff Lutz will undoubtedly be running on big tires. It's still unclear if Robin Roberts will join with one of his big tire cars. In Australia, both Jeff and Robin were the only big tire competitors. We might also see Murder Nova running the OG, while the NPK car stays in the US, given its strong performance there.


Although Canada isn't as far as Australia, it seems the racers prefer to keep their high-performing cars in the US. Nevertheless, we're expecting a great show and hoping Canada brings some top-tier competition to match the US racers. This should make for some close, exciting racing.


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Stay tuned for more updates, and let's see how this event unfolds. Don't forget to subscribe and comment for more Street Outlaws news and coverage!

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