Tearing Down The Proline Hemi to Prep for America's List
While some casual observers of the Street Outlaws may think that the competition ends with what we see on the screen, they are mistaken. Remaining competitive is actually a duty that we have to take head-on pretty much every day.
I have to give Ryan Martin credit, he's so good because when he's not competing, he's testing and when he's not testing, he's competing. Competing on this level is simply not something that racers can do casually and expect to win.
This time, I give you some insight into that idea as to its put in motion.
In this particular vlog video, I take you behind the scenes coming fresh off of a No Prep Kings season that was particularly challenging. Ive really been hustling to keep the operation together as I unfortunately wrecked last summer.
I manage to get the car back together and go all the way to the semi-finals where I would end up losing to Ryan and the Fireball Camaro. Even after the hustle to get the car back together there's no time to rest.
So here in this video I dig into his Proline Hemi after just over 100 passes on most of the engine. Sure, No Prep Kings was most certainly a marathon. However, there's very little time before heading into season two of Street Outlaws America's List season 2 filming.
Down in the video below, I give you the behind-the-scenes look at what exactly it means to constantly be at work, trying to perfect a racing set up to go out there and throw down on a consistent basis.
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