Pilgrim Studios and the Discovery Channel have revealed a revised schedule for the filming of season four of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings, and for those making the trek near and far to chase the series championship, it’s a mighty demanding one.
Originally scheduled to begin in Tucson, Arizona on March 20 and with five events intended to be completed as of last weekend, the series will, as a result of closures due to COVID-19, not kick off until July 31-August 1 at South Georgia Motorsports Park. Two weeks later the series will shift west to Pacific Raceways near Seattle (August 14-15) and will race at Bandimere Speedway (Morrison, Colorado, August 21-22) and Firebird Raceway (Boise, Idaho, August 28-29) on successive weekends. It will then return to the east coast on September 4-5 in Virginia and enter six straight weekends of competition at Virginia Motorsports Park, (Petersburg, Virginia), Route 66 Raceway (Joliet, Illinois, September 11-12), Maple Grove Raceway (Mohnton, Pennsylvania, September 18-19), New England Dragway (Epping, New Hampshire, September 25-26), Summit Motorsports Park (Norwalk, Ohio, October 2-3), and Darlington Dragway (Darlington, S.C., October 9-10).
Two weeks later, the series will begin its final push with three straight to end the season, beginning at Palm Beach International Raceway (Jupiter, Florida, October 23-24), the intended season-opener at Tucson Dragway (October 30-31), and will wrap up the epic cross-country road-trip with the season finale at the Texas Motorplex (Ennis, Texas, November 14-15), just one week later than the originally-planned conclusion and certainly not a minute too soon for the travel-weary racers.