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ProCharger's Domination at Street Outlaws No Prep Kings 6 - Kentucky Event

Updated: Jul 7, 2023

The world of street racing was set ablaze at the recent Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event in Kentucky as ProCharger-powered cars showcased their dominance on the asphalt. The roaring engines and screeching tires reverberated throughout the racing grounds as these powerful machines battled it out for supremacy.


ProCharger racers had an exceptional weekend at the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings series held at the renowned Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky. They achieved remarkable success by sweeping the final rounds in both Friday's Great 8 and Saturday's invitational races. Moreover, their dominance extended throughout the two days of racing, as seven out of the eight semifinalists were proudly equipped with ProCharger-powered cars.


In a thrilling finale, "Daddy Dave" Comstock, behind the wheel of his stunning Audi S5, claimed his inaugural victory at the "No Prep Kings" invitational event on Saturday night. The competition reached its climax as Comstock went head-to-head against newcomer Nate Sayler in an epic showdown. Both drivers displayed exceptional skill and determination, but it was Comstock who emerged triumphant, solidifying his position as a formidable force in the racing world.

The road to victory was no easy feat for Comstock and Sayler, as they had to overcome tough challenges in the semifinals. Comstock faced off against Scott Taylor, while Sayler went head-to-head with Damon Merchant, both of whom were piloting ProCharger-equipped cars. In a display of sheer excellence, Comstock outperformed Taylor, while Sayler advanced past Merchant, showcasing the exceptional capabilities of ProCharger vehicles. Remarkably, each of the four drivers had already eliminated competitors utilizing either screw superchargers or single-turbocharger setups in the quarterfinals.


One of the standout performances of the event came from Larry "Axman" Roach, who steered Stephen Brindle's ProCharger-boosted "Game Changer" Ford Mustang to victory in the Great 8. Roach's sheer determination and skill behind the wheel propelled him to the top, leaving his competitors in awe. In a thrilling finale, he went head-to-head against his teammate Kayla Morton, emerging triumphant and solidifying his position as a force to be reckoned with in the street racing scene.

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However, Roach wasn't the only ProCharger contender making waves at the event. Paige Coughlin also left a lasting impression by securing his first-ever Future Street Outlaws win. Coughlin's ProCharger-equipped car delivered unmatched speed and precision as he outperformed his opponents throughout the competition. In the final race, he faced off against Clay Cole and his formidable ProCharger machine, showcasing the unrivaled capabilities of ProCharger-powered cars. Coughlin's victory was not only a testament to his talent but also a testament to the incredible performance and reliability that ProCharger provides.

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Merchant, on his end, made appearances in the last two invitational finals in Virginia and Minnesota, and currently holds a narrow lead in the individual points standings. In a season-opening showdown in Ohio, Morton and Taylor competed head-to-head in the final round. Remarkably, ProCharger cars have secured six out of the eight potential spots in the invitational final rounds this season.

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ProCharger has long been known for its cutting-edge technology and its ability to transform ordinary cars into high-performance beasts. The supercharging systems developed by ProCharger deliver an unparalleled power boost, allowing drivers to unleash the full potential of their vehicles. Whether it's on the racetrack or the street, ProCharger-equipped cars have consistently proven their worth, dominating competitions across the country.


With their impressive performance in this event, ProCharger-powered cars have firmly established themselves as the ones to beat. The road to victory may be challenging, but with ProCharger's cutting-edge technology and the skill of talented drivers like Daddy Dave, Damon Merchant, Larry "Axman" Roach, Paige Coughlin and so on, the future of street racing is undoubtedly in capable hands.


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