Demonology Dodge vs. DMS Cadillac CTS-V Track Digs

March 13th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans, to the Texas Motorplex and CTS-V Invitational. Question is: How’d this Mopar get in here? There is no shortage of potent Cadillac sedans, coupes, and even wagons on-hand to try and claim the crown as top Caddy in the Lone Star State. Up until now, they have all been tested and come up short against the Demonology Dodge. All except one. The lone contender is a pearl white CTS-V Coupe, piloted by a little lady (named Beverly) who knows how to throw-down. Today she’ll get her chance to shut Demonology up, once and for all – Read More

Supercharged Audi R8 vs. Lamborghini Aventador

January 6th, 2019

This is a video that takes us behind the scenes. We get to see some great street (roll) racing, but we also get a chance to see a sample of the many hours of labor that are spent making these cars so fast and reliable. The shop is Race Proven Motorsports (RPM) in New Castle, Delaware and they are turning out some of the most impressive street racing GM vehicles on the planet. Production begins with a 2017 Camaro ZL1 with a manual transmission. It will undergo a dyno test to obtain stock horsepower before getting some serious modification in Read More

Supercharged Camaro vs. Turbo Mark 3 Supra – Street Hits

January 4th, 2019

Greetings racing fans and welcome to a night of roll racing on the streets of Mexico. Featured in this video is a top-of-the-line Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (bolt-ons) rolling out against a heavily modified Toyota Supra Turbo. After the cameraman crawls into the ZL1, it’s on like hotcakes. The driver immediately spills the goods on mods. It has been upgraded with an oversize supercharger pulley, cold air intake, and exhaust headers. He’s running 15-inch rear wheels and E85 fuel. Along comes a Corvette ZR1 to warm up the Camaro, before the Toyota boys roll out. The ‘Vette proves to be a Read More

800HP Chevy C10 vs. 900HP Caddy CTS-V – Street Hits

January 2nd, 2019

This must be typical night life in Mexico by now? Gather your fastest friends and take it to the streets for some high-powered roll (60 – 140 mph) racing. That’s good, clean fun and a dose of excitement to be enjoyed by all. Tonight, we have a (square-body) Chevrolet C10 Shortbed pickup(800hp), with an LS engine and a heavy-duty 4L80E transmission taking on a couple of Cadillac coupes. The first is black with a methanol injection, a camshaft upgrade, and a full accoutrement of bolt-ons. The next Caddy is a pearl white coupe with a 2.3-liter Magnuson Heartbeat supercharger (upgrade). Read More

$7000 Cash Prize – Street Digs

December 3rd, 2018

Welcome drag racing fans and speed aficionados of every variety. Welcome back to the Dallas/Ft. Worth (Mexico) Cash Days. Eleven close friends have gathered together south of the border to see who can claim the title of Small Tire Street Racing King of Dallas. The action is winner take all, single elimination, tires under 10.5-inches wide. Competitors kick-in more than $600 each with the winner grabbing more than $7000 at the end. The rules are simple; don’t leave until the light comes on, don’t be the first to cross the center line, and put any part of your vehicle across Read More

Fastest Cadillac in the West

November 30th, 2018

This video is an instructional effort to demonstrate making a street car fast. Big Chief at Midwest Street Cars has taken this car deep into the nines while maintaining luxurious comfort and daily driver functionality. Despite the ability to “tote the front” way down the track and post quarter-mile passes in the 9-second range at 150 mph, this Caddy maintains a full camera backup system, a deluxe audio system, air conditioning, navigation, and it’ll still go a 1.38-second 60-foot with the front wheels in the air. If you have a Cadillac CTS-V that you want to make faster, you might Read More

Cash Money Digs on the Street

November 29th, 2018

With all the great No Prep events being held around the nation, it seems that many street (dig) racers have taken their action to the local dragstrip. From a safety perspective, this is a desirable thing, but it gives roll racers run of the street. We just can’t have that. When you see trailers and driver’s meetings and entry fees being collected; you know there are going to be some street digs going down. This race has one more requirement. Every competitor must successfully drive his/her race car the 20 or 30-miles from the trailer drop-off to the race location. Read More

800HP Corvette ZR1 vs. N2O Shelby GT500 – Street Hits

November 22nd, 2018

Greetings street racers and welcome to an undisclosed location south of the border for some high-intensity roll racing action. Roll racing typically takes place on the freeway or interstate and involves at least two vehicles. Of course, light traffic is preferred. This often requires street racers to run during the late hours of evening/wee hours of morning. Racing begins as (at least) two racers align, in their respective lanes, and reach a predetermined vehicle speed (usually 60 mph). Racing is interrupted when one of the participants (the winner) reaches a predetermined top speed (usually 140 mph). It ain’t easy. If Read More

3-Wide Street Hits

November 7th, 2018

What do you figure all those high-powered racing machines do when the track closes and it’s time to head home? They take it to the streets (of Mexico) for some door-handle to door-handle roll racing. This is one such time and there’s an impressive field of competitors on hand, including: A Dodge Challenger (1,000HP) with a 434 cubic-inch engine and a 106-millimeter turbo. A Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (860HP) with a Whipple 2.3-liter supercharger (upgrade) on 12 psi of boost and a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (750HP) with an upper pulley upgrade, a high-performance camshaft, and high-performance exhaust. The Camaro and the Read More

Import vs. Domestic – Boosted Mustang vs. Lamborghini

October 31st, 2018

Check it our all you high rollers. We have some import versus domestic roll racing south of the border, down Mexico way. In a rolling version of Clash of the Titans, these modified chariots are all set to do battle on the interstate. The gloves are off as these purpose-built machines lock horns in brief but intense contests that will take these cars from 60 mph to 140 mph, before lining up to do it again. In our first dust-up, we have a Paxton Mustang running E85 fuel; rolling out against a twin turbo Lamborghini (750hp) with an EuroPower Stage Read More

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