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Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Season 7 Qualifier Recap and Speculations

Hey everyone, welcome back to Street Outlaws Talk! Today, we're diving into the details of the No Prep Kings Season 7 qualifier and what it means for the upcoming season. But before we get into it, make sure to hit that subscribe button and drop a comment below to stay updated on all things Street Outlaws.

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So, let's rewind to November of last year when the No Prep Kings Season 7 qualifier went down in Arizona. Ryan came out on top, with Nate right behind him in second place. Thanks to a handy list published by the folks at Roll Lost, we can see who participated and how they fared in accumulating points and wins during the race.

Now, here's where it gets interesting. Street Outlaws mentioned that there would be two qualifier races for Season 7, but it's still unclear if this was the first one or if the second will be the season opener at Maple Grove. The big question is, will the racers who earned points and wins at the qualifier automatically snag guaranteed spots in the invitational, or will they still have to prove themselves in subsequent races?

Traditionally, the first race of the season serves as a qualifier with less prize money on the line. Everyone invited to No Prep Kings gets a shot at this first event, but after that, the top 32 in points, along with some "race your way in" cars, make it to the main invitational. It's a system that's worked in the past, but every year brings tweaks and changes, so we'll have to wait and see how it plays out this time around.

Photo by Mallory Elizabeth Photography 

Speaking of changes, the rules for Season 7 were released recently, with some minor tweaks but nothing too drastic. We'll be keeping an eye on how the procharged, screw blower, and turbo cars perform this season, especially with only two nitrous entries allowed—Jerry Bird and Lizzy Musi.

One thing I'm particularly excited about is the potential return of the Grade 8. If it happens again this season, it would be awesome to see it apply to the top eight from the previous race. Imagine the excitement of seeing underdogs making it to round three and battling it out for more points and a shot at advancing in the main championship.

Photo by Mallory Elizabeth Photography 

Overall, there's a lot of anticipation and speculation surrounding No Prep Kings Season 7, and I for one can't wait to see how it all unfolds. As always, stay tuned to Street Outlaws Talk for all the latest updates and insights into the world of street racing. Let's see what this year has in store for us!

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