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Ryan Martin Survives His $2K Bounty After Driver Fries His Engine | Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings

No prep racing is exhilarating enough as it is, but when promoters throw in an extra incentive, the action gets even more exciting. In this episode of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings, we check in with a situation where the event organizers added a $2000 bounty on Ryan Martin, one of the most dominant drivers in the circuit.

This twist made for an enticing opportunity for racers to not only take their shot at one of the best in the business but also to take home some extra cash. Bobby Ducote, a challenger looking to claim the victory, cash, bragging rights, and some points, stepped up to the plate, hoping to defeat Martin and his Chevrolet Camaro.

On paper, Martin could have easily won, but that’s the beauty of no prep racing. Any driver can win on any given race day. When push came to shove and it was time to put up or shut up, Ducote guessed on the light, which triggered a red light, disqualifying him from the race. To add insult to injury, something went “pop!” damaging Ducote’s racing machine, and causing a fireball to erupt from the hood.

Despite Ducote’s unfortunate experience, the competition had all the elements of a typical head-to-head battle, with the added bonus of the bounty which kept the fans on the edge of their seats. The No Prep Kings circuit always keeps things exciting with these twists, making each race unpredictable and thrilling.

We have to say that the $2000 bounty on Ryan Martin added a layer of excitement to an already exhilarating race, attracting the best drivers in the circuit to challenge one of the most dominant drivers. Even though Ducote didn’t win, the race was an excellent example of the thrill and unpredictability of no prep racing that fans experience at any given NPK event.