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Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

In the world of drag racing, the lead-up to a big event can be a rollercoaster of emotions, filled with anticipation, excitement, and sometimes, unexpected challenges. Justin Swanstrom, a respected figure in the No Prep Kings racing community, recently encountered a challenging obstacle just days before a crucial race at Bandimere Speedway in Littleton, Colorado, and it's a hurdle unlike any he's faced before.

Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

Justin Swanstrom's Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere! Photo by Justin Swanstrom


The incident unfolded in the early hours of the morning at a hotel in Littleton, Colorado, where Swanstrom was staying ahead of the No Prep Kings event. At approximately 5:55 am, Swanstrom's truck was stolen, leaving him in a state of shock and disbelief. Hotel security, and Swanstrom believe that a Jeep Grand Cherokee may have played a role in the theft. In a time when security footage is readily available, a clearer picture of the events leading up to the theft has emerged. The Jeep Grand Cherokee in question appears to be either gray or silver, as indicated by a photo posted online.

Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere
Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

Photo by Justin Swanstrom


Taking to social media, Justin Swanstrom issued a heartfelt plea for assistance, posting, "My truck was stolen last night at the hotel. Will give a reward if found or if you know about it!" Justin is also frustrated, stating: "I want truck back but I’m more pissed about all the parts sent in from noonan". His emotional appeal has resonated with fans and fellow racers alike, drawing attention to the unfortunate situation.


In times of adversity, the racing community stands as a united front, and Justin Swanstrom has experienced this firsthand. Corey Swanstrom, Justin's father, along with some of his racing companions, including notables like Ryan Martin and Kye Kelley, have taken to social media to raise awareness about the stolen truck. Their collective efforts underscore the close-knit nature of the racing world, where competitors are not only rivals on the track but also a source of unwavering support during challenging times.

Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

Photo by Corey Swanstrom

Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

Photo by Fireball Camaro

Justin Swanstrom Pissed Off as His Truck Was Stolen ahead of No Prep Kings Race at Bandimere

Photo by Kye Kelley Racing


Amidst the backdrop of the stolen truck, Justin Swanstrom's statement that this has been his roughest season of racing adds a poignant layer to the situation. Racing is not just about competition; it's also about the trials and tribulations that racers face both on and off the track. It's a reminder that behind the glamorous façade of motorsports, there are real people dealing with real challenges and setbacks.


As the racing community rallies behind Justin Swanstrom in the search for his stolen truck, the incident serves as a poignant reminder of the strength and resilience of those involved in motorsports. While the road ahead may be fraught with challenges, the unwavering support of fellow racers and fans alike offers hope that justice will prevail and that Swanstrom will return to the track, ready to conquer his roughest season yet.




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