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NPK Beech Bend Shoutouts Axman as a Winner of The Great 8 Finals

In a thrilling display of skill and speed, the Great 8 Finals at Beech Bend Raceway Park witnessed an intense showdown between two formidable contenders: Axman and Kayla Morton. As the engines roared and the crowd held its breath, it was Axman who emerged victorious, claiming the title of the winner in the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings.

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The Road to the Great 8 Finals was no easy feat, with numerous talented racers competing fiercely for a chance at glory: Kye Kelley, Damon Merchant, Lizzy Musi, Scott Taylor, Giuseppe Gentile. As the competition progressed, Axman and Kayla Morton consistently proved their mettle, leaving their opponents in the dust and earning their spots in the final showdown.

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With the championship on the line, Axman and Kayla Morton faced off, each knowing that a single misstep could cost them the race. As the lights flickered, their adrenaline surged, and the crowd held its breath. In a fraction of a second, the green light appeared, triggering a rapid burst of acceleration. But fate had something unexpected in store for Kayla Morton. Whether it was a miscalculation, an unfortunate error, or simply the pressure of the moment, she crossed the starting line before the green light, known as a red light foul. The crowd gasped, realizing that this mistake had sealed Kayla's fate in the race.


Meanwhile, Axman, capitalizing on the opportunity presented to him, blazed down the track with unwavering determination. With every passing second, his lead grew, and the checkered flag loomed closer. As he crossed the finish line, the crowd erupted into thunderous applause, celebrating Axman's triumph in the Great 8 Finals.

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The victory was a testament to Axman's skill, consistency, and ability to seize the moment when it mattered most. While Kayla Morton's red light foul was an unfortunate turn of events, it served as a reminder of the unforgiving nature of high-stakes racing, where split-second decisions can make or break a racer's chances.


As the cheers subsided and the dust settled at Beech Bend Raceway Park, Axman emerged as the worthy winner of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. His victory would be etched in the annals of racing history, a testament to his unwavering dedication, skill, and nerve in the face of fierce competition.

Photo by Richard Rowe


For both Axman and Kayla Morton, this exhilarating race marked another chapter in their respective journeys as street racing legends. It showcased the sheer thrill and unpredictability that make events like the Great 8 Finals at Beech Bend Raceway Park an adrenaline-fueled spectacle for both racers and spectators alike.


Check out the spectacular races of the Great 8 Individual Championship at Beech Bend Raceway Park through Upshift's Exclusive Footage:

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