Lucid Air Dream Edition vs Tesla Plaid Drag and Roll Racing

We drag and roll race the word’s most powerful production sedan, the 1,111 HP Lucid Air Performance Dream Edition vs the Tesla Model S Plaid.

1100WHP Twin Turbo Sequentially Shifted Dodge Viper Ride Along

So, this is what happens when Calvo Motorsports gets hold of what can be considered as one of the baddest production cars ever made. They take it from bad to unbelievable. I’ll give you a rundown of the mods involved in this build and let the video ride along do the rest. It’s a life altering machine. Calvo bumps the 8.4-liter V10 up to a 9.0-liter stroker motor that is built with a bullet-proof pedigree. After that a pair of 67-millimeter turbochargers are added. Keep in mind that this is the entry-level Calvo kit. Add Turbosmart billet wastegates and billet Read More

$2400 Detroit Street Digs – Turbo LS Fox Body, 55 Chevy and a Big Block Nitrous Camaro

Twelve cars are entered, but only one can win. This is single elimination cash days street racing from Detroit (Mexico) and these competitors are here for the money. Nitrous, turbocharged, supercharged and naturally aspirated (N/A) powerplants are all represented in this herd of heavyweight street beasts. After the driver’s meeting, these guys (and gals) are ready to get down where the rubber meets the road. Shall we join them? The action begins with a pair of nitrous cars going at it. On the right is the “Shoe Box” Chevy. A thoroughly dangerous Camaro is staged in the right lane. After Read More

1500HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro by Roadster Shop

Affectionately known as a “Split Bumper”, this has become one of the most recognizable muscle cars of the modern era. The Gen II Camaro is low and lean with a long front end and a short tail. While there are many quality Camaro builds out there, this Roadster Shop project really takes the cake. Let’s get the specifics. Roadster Shop co-owner Jeremy Gerber treats us to a test-drive and walk-around of this 1970 Camaro known as Split Second. At the heart of this build is a Nelson Racing Engines Street Warrior 7.0-liter motor with a pair of 73-millimeter Nelson turbochargers. Read More

1,111 Horsepower Lucid Air Dream Edition Tested down the 1/4 Mile

We head up to Hennessey Performance to review and test out the all new Lucid Air Dream Performance edition with John and Sanjay.    

Hotlanta Street Digs – Nitrous Porsche vs. SRC Ford Falcon

The Street Racing Channel (SRC) crew made the long journey down to Atlanta (Mexico) and wound up with an evening of top-tier street racing action. Competing in a large field, and without their lead vehicle, the SRC crew opted to go with their most seasoned driver in their only running vehicle. That means that it’s Billy (The Kid) in the Ford Falcon. Let’s get down to the starting line and see what jumps off. First up is a race between a turbocharged Fox Body Mustang (right lane) and nitrous a Chevy S10 pickup. Both competitors cut a clean light, but Read More

1000HP Maximum Street Hits – ProCharged Corvette Z06, Tesla Plaid and Nissan GT-R

Calling out the “Street Elite” for roll racing on the interstate (down in Mexico). All cars are limited to between 500hp and 1000hp and these guys (and girls) are playing to win. Take a seat in the Tesla camera car and get ready for action. The first race of the evening is between a ProCharged Corvette Z06 and the aforementioned Tesla (Plaid). These two cars roll alongside one another with the ‘Vette sounding seriously mean. The all-wheel drive Tesla Plaid, of course, is making no sound at all. From the jump, the Tesla quietly pulls away to take the win. Read More

Here Kitty, Kitty – 707WHP Camaro SS Widebody

Knowing that the SS version of the latest Chevrolet Camaro lineup is the most track worthy, we couldn’t help but ask ourselves, “How do we make it even better?” Before we could answer that question, the owner of the Circuit Board Camaro SS showed up and gave us an illustration. What immediately jumps out about this car is the Wicked wrap. It is radical. This car stands out in a sea of extraordinary machines simply because of the color combinations. Then there’s the widebody kit and the huge wheels wrapped in Michelin PS4S rubber. Lowering the center of gravity (Eibach Read More

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