SH3 GON3 CTS-V Coupe – New Look

April 17th, 2019

This ain’t your grandma’s Caddy! With a ported blower and cylinder heads, upgraded camshaft and exhaust, 1700cc fuel injectors and an ice water intercooler; this luxurious sports coupe is at home on street or strip. There is a set of fat 15-inch slicks on back and skinnies on front. He is also running E85 fuel. Best E.T.? 9.29-seconds @ 146.9 mph. This video, from TX2K19, features car-owner Beverly and her purple CTS-V in the Street Class and the Heavyweight Class. Bev demolishes a Mustang in Street before making a Chevy SS sedan pilot cry in Heavyweight. Excellent Round One. It’s Read More

800HP MazdaSpeed6 – Street Hits

April 15th, 2019

With a built bottom end, all-wheel drivetrain, and a manual transmission, this MazdaSpeed6 is a turbocharged street rocket. The Precision 6466 turbo nets this sedan a capacity of approximately 800hp. Tonight, in Denver (Mexico), he will get a chance to use each and every one of these ponies in a roll racing showdown for the ages. Also on hand is a 450hp Dodge (Mitsubishi) Colt. It has the stock engine with forged internals (4G63), front-wheel drivetrain, and a manual transmission. An 1,100hp ZR1 Corvette with a ported blower and a 150hp shot of nitrous. An 1,100 twin turbo Mustang is Read More

7-Second LS Swapped Nissan 240sx

April 12th, 2019

Featured in this video are Casey Rance and his Burnt Orange Nissan 240sx. Those in the street racing and No-Prep world are very familiar with Casey, but this is his first attempt at taking on the clock. Casey is quite a competitor and we can count on him to give it his all – regardless of the venue. Under the hood, this Nissan is a Chevrolet LS (Texas Speed built) with four-bolt mains. It is force-fed copious amounts of air via a massive, front-mounted turbocharger. After winning his class tonight, Casey intends to drive this 240 all the way back Read More

Thirty-Car Roll Racing Bracket

April 10th, 2019

Taking it to the streets of California (Mexico) for this video. Want to know what happens when thirty purpose-built automobiles roll onto the streets for some serious roll racing? This clip answers all your questions. The vehicles are far-flung. There is everything from an all-wheel drive turbo Honda CRV to an LS swapped Mazda Miata on hand – and then it starts getting weird. How about a twin turbo Viper and a 300M with a Kenne Bell (3.6-liter) supercharger? It’s crazy out here! The night begins with a Roush Mustang (ported blower and high-performance exhaust) and a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Read More

Homewrecker Studebaker Gaps Murder Nova

April 10th, 2019

Hello drag racing fans and welcome back to Bounty Hunters No-Prep Grudge Nationals IV (San Antonio, Tx.). This clip features an entry in the Big Tire Class. The grand prize is $20k. The ride is a 1953 Studebaker Commander (shortened) with steel in all the right places to make her “street legal”. Under the hood is a 540 cubic-inch big block HEMI engine with a Whipple R980 screw-blower on top. It is burning alcohol. Output has to be in the 2,500 to 3,000whp range. Certainly, more than this track can handle on this day. In the First Round, Jamond Haug Read More

2400HP Camaro Dominates Small Tire No-Prep

April 8th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Bounty Hunters No-Prep Grudge Nationals IV in San Antonio. Allow me to introduce the Blacksheep Mafia crew and their Gen4 Camaro land rocket. This is a fresh build with only a half-dozen passes logged since the rebuild. Powered by a “Selfish” 540 cubic-inch big block, with a massive F3-136 ProCharger (58psi boost), there has been some talk that this might be a car in need of downsizing in the output department. It is currently capable of producing more than 2,400hp at the rear wheels. Since those rear wheels are competing in the Small Read More

Street Digs – $9000 Winner Take All

April 2nd, 2019

Greetings drag and street racing fans! Welcome to Mexico for a day of big money, small tire street racing with our host, Lumpy. Maximum tire size is 29.5-inch. Racing is single elimination and the buy-in is $300. There are 28 vehicles campaigning. This should be very interesting. It is just a coincidence that this contest takes place around TX2K19. Some of the racers may have taken the action from the strip to the street for this heated competition – but who knows? Let’s get it on! Rules are simple: Don’t jump early. Don’t cross the center-line. Cross the finish line Read More

New Mexico Cash Days – Big Money Street Drags

March 20th, 2019

Hello, my street racing peers and welcome to the flat-lands of (New) Mexico for some big money dig racing. On-hand are some of the baddest imports and domestics west of the Pecos. These hard-charging guys and gals are chomping at the bit for head-to-head, single elimination, winner-take-all street (dig) racing. The rules are simple: Don’t jump the light early. Don’t cross the center line. Be first to cross the finish line. Do these three things and you will advance to the next round. If you make it to the final; win and take home $3,700 cash. Runner up gets $800, Read More

TX2K19 Import Showcase – Roll Hits and Digs

March 18th, 2019

With a chill in the air and gray skies overhead, Day 2 of TX2K15 is underway with entries from Underground Racing, ETS (including Gidi in his Alpha G), AMS, and other heavy hitters on-hand. With roll racing and digs on the slate, looks like it’s going to be a long one. Walking a fine line between cooler temperatures (along with the denser air that they bring) and frozen precipitation, these competitors are torn between the possibility of setting a new World Record and uncontrollably veering into the wall. Cooler, denser air – fun. Slippery, wet drag strip – not fun. Read More

1200WHP Ford GT vs 1200WHP Viper – Texas Street Hits

March 1st, 2019

Well, it’s flooding down in Texas – flooding high-end roll racers, that is. Almost time for TX2K19 and it seems that the serious competitors are in town early. The track isn’t available at this hour, but these guys won’t let that stop them. They’re on a mission for street hits so they jump across the southern border into Mexico. Take a gander. In the first flight, the camera car is a 780whp Supra. The first race is between a 900whp ZR1 Corvette and a 1,000whp (black) Supra. Corvette takes the hit and wins it. Next up is a 915whp Corvette Read More

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