Grabber Blue Fox Body – Small Tire Domination

December 14th, 2018

It’s drag racing time in the land of Bounty Hunter’s No Prep Grudge Nationals II and some really nasty gunslingers have trailered in with intentions of taking home the $25K cash prize. Flacco is in town (San Antonio Raceway) with his twin turbo Cornfed Chevy S10 pickup and he has dollar signs (in his eyes) where his pupils used to be. Despite Flacco’s presence, the feature for this clip is a Grabber Blue Fox Body Mustang. This car is tearing up the track in Small Tire No Prep and we wanted to get a look under the hood. We were Read More

Classic Muscle vs. Modern Muscle – Drag Racing

December 13th, 2018

Hello, fellow drag racing fans and welcome to historic Mission Raceway Park in British Colombia, Canada. This clip is dedicated to answering that gnawing question, “Which is best – old muscle cars or new?” With the new crop of high-performance factory machines gaining by the year, I’m not sure that’s a question that can be answered in a single article. What we can do is bring you a great video of some old school Mopar muscle (along with some vintage Bow Tie and Blue Oval Iron) taking on some of the most modern powerhouses on the market. Challengers from dual Read More

McLaren 720S vs. Lambo – Interstate Street Hits

December 5th, 2018

Greetings racing fans! This video production features two of the most feared supercars on the street; rolling out for some racing action on the highway (of Mexico). There are multiple camera angles and some very competitive races. Some bonus cars show-up, too. There’s a Bullitt Ford Mustang (Gen VI), a McLaren 12C, and a handful of hot street bikes. So, it appears that after significant on-line posturing, a couple of gearheads have chosen a neutral QT parking lot as the staging area for a street (roll) race between a modified McLaren (full bolt-ons, high-performance exhaust, and a really good tune) 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

Import vs. Domestic Street Hits – Supra Vette Mustang

December 1st, 2018

What’s better than some roll racing on a crisp fall night in Mexico? How about 3-wide roll racing on a deserted highway? If that don’t light your fire – your wood must be wet. What we have tonight is a battle royale between a turbocharged Toyota Supra (900 – 950whp), a Procharged C7 Chevrolet Corvette (930whp) from Advanced Modern Performance, a twin turbocharged Ford Mustang (850whp), and a second C7 ‘Vette with full bolt-ons and a kit of nitrous. Mustang is the camera car. Rolling out first is the pony car against the Toyota. The Mustang takes the hit; pulls 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

8-Second Honda Swapped Toyota Tacoma

November 27th, 2018

By now it has been established that the Haltech World Cup Finals (Import vs. Domestic) draws some of the baddest and most unique rides in racing. The focus-vehicle vehicle for this clip is nothing if not capable and unique. Running in the eights, this street truck has to be considered among the upper echelon at any event. The Toyota chassis and Honda/domestic drivetrain certainly stand out from the crowd. The vehicle is a 2003 Toyota Tacoma. It is equipped with a Honda K24 engine. Nearly stock, the Honda bottom end is gently massaged with Manley connecting rods and JE Pistons. Read More

5-Second Pro Mods Storm Sin City

November 26th, 2018

What better time to blow the top off your Pro Mod career than during the Street Car Super Nationals? What better place than ‘The Strip’ in Las Vegas? What happens in Sin City will not only be heard; it’ll echo all over the World after this weekend of competition which involves the most capable cars and drivers of our time. Buckle your chin straps, drag race fans, and get ready for some intense quarter-mile action. We have the Maximum Effort IV Corvette against the Shelby 1000 Mustang in the initial encounter. These contests are over quickly so, don’t blink when Read More

Fireball Camaro – Dirty South No Prep Finals

November 25th, 2018

This is how we roll in the Dirty South, and it doesn’t get any dirtier than Gulfport Mississippi and the Gulfport Dragway; venue of the Dirty South No Prep Finals. Represented in this top tier No Prep (1/8-mile) event are some of the baddest street racers in the land. Ryan Martin (Street Outlaws) is on hand in his Fireball Camaro and he has this Chevy coming out of the hole like a bullet. Also present are Jerry Bird (The Birdman), John Doe, Mike Murillo, The Godfather, Prime Evil, Killer Cab, BoostedGT, and many more. This clip puts the focus on 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

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