Street Outlaws: New Orleans is a brand-new reality television series that stars street racer Scott Taylor and his incredible 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass. In spite of the fact that he is also an entrepreneur, he is among the most accomplished drivers and makes a respectable living from his pastime. As of 2022, Taylor’s cumulative estimated worth is projected to reach $1.2 million.
Racetrack and towing business are owned by Scott. He generates enough revenue from those firms to fund his expensive hobby. But as a result of his numerous victories, it now frequently funds itself. His fiercest rival is Kye Kelley.
Taylor operates a 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass that has been significantly modified.
He most recently made another engine update.
Taylor now drives vehicles with 98 mm turbochargers from Precision Turbo and a big-inch engine from Russ Miley Racing Engines. That’s a terrifying combo that will probably help him win lots of races.
Heather and Scott are married, and they have twins together. Whenever it comes to street racing, his entire family is quite encouraging. John Doe is loved by Sophie and Scotty, who may have a life in racing as well.
Scott Taylor is unquestionably a name to watch out for in the no prep scene. The aggressive competitor has established himself in his Pontiac Firebird, Track Doe, and Oldsmobile Cutlass, John Doe.
However, following a performance at the Dirty South No Prep, it appears like Taylor is preparing to advance in his racing career by welcoming a new member to the family.
Taylor briefly discussed some of his objectives with The National No Prep Racing Association. Taylor was evasive at first, but not shortly after that he took to social media to reveal a little bit more specifically what he had planned.
As some of you are aware, we decided to construct car for the 2021 NPK season, and we are happy to report that SRC Motorsports Inc. is starting to work hard to meet our time limit for the first NPK Race. Taylor said on Facebook.
I really wanted to show off our first brand-new race car. Although we’ve always found a way to compete, we want more. We can only hope that it’s what our software was missing to reach the top rank. I wanted to show and express my gratitude to everyone who made this possible.
When asked if he was delighted with the success, Taylor replied, I’m happy with the success, but I absolutely have my eyes on that number one slot. Scott Taylor is most definitely not an anomaly; just at end of the day, that is what everyone races for. His new Camaro from the sixth generation will undoubtedly be one to watch out for.
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This week on Dragzine Podcast, Scott Taylor, the star of Street Outlaws, is our guest. Scott discusses his experiences competing in the Street Outlaws series, his motivation for starting no preparation racing, and much more.
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