By Anthony Caruso III | Editor

Street Outlaws driver Larry Larson has hinted changes are coming to his schedule. The Missouri-based driver posted a video on Facebook claiming, “Big things are happening in Maple Grove!”

The changes relate to his Cadillac race car which he has driven for several seasons on the show. Although he hinted at changes, Larson did not divulge more information about what they are.

Larry Larson prepares to make a hit in his Cadillac race car (Photo by Larry Larson/Facebook)

Larson was a heavy hitter on Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. Still, he hasn’t won a race since switching to the Cadillac.

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Whatever changes he’s made, he’s going to show fans – and future viewers – at Maple Grove Raceway. The Street Outlaws will be at the facility on Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14.

Larson isn’t the only Street Outlaws rider making changes before Maple Grove. Ryan Martin – who had an intake manifold blowout during the last event at Virginia Motorsports Park – is working hard to get his car ready.

The Boddie team announced a chance with their program. They have partnered with Elite HP.

Marty Robertson will be the team’s new driver. He will drive a Barracuda.

If Robertson attends Maple Grove, he will have to fight his way through the 32-car field. This group will also include Chuck Seitsinger and Bobby Ducote, who did not perform in Virginia.

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Martin beat Larson in the first round at Virginia. While the teams were at Palm Beach International Raceway to start the season, Larson defeated Jay Boddie Jr.

Larson then defeated Tim Brown in the second round. He was then beaten by Martin in the third round.

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