Seven Second Honda Civic Takes World Cup Finals by Storm

December 7th, 2021

The backdrop is Maryland International Raceway. The event is the Haltech World Cup Finals and there is an unlikely hero on the horizon. Competing in the True Street Class, Honda Civic owner Jason Marsh and his crew of Island Boys didn’t come to take part – they came to take over! The Island Boys have built themselves a bombshell of an import. It is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder Honda LS engine topped with a VTEC cylinder head. The turbocharger is a Precision 6785 (67-milimeter), and the transmission is a sequentially shifted PPG dogbox. A MoTec controller keeps all the Read More

World Cup Finals Import vs. Domestic – 2500HP Turbo Challenger Redeye

November 24th, 2021

This video takes us to Maryland for the Haltech World Cup Finals. Featured is a Dodge Challenger Redeye unlike any that you have ever seen. The underhood of this Mopar looks amazing. There’s billet everywhere! It’s a High Horse Performance BES Racing built 7.0-liter HEMI with a pair of Garrett 79-millimeter turbochargers (the factory Redeye setup is supercharged). The exhaust configuration on this car is extraordinary. The individual header pipes exit through the top of the front fenders. Under maximum boost (40 psi), this beast can churn out 2,500hp. Today, the Dodge is set on 24-25 psi of boost, and Read More

2500-Pound Nitrous Honda Civic vs. 4500-Pound Supercharged Chevrolet Caprice

November 19th, 2021

Here’s an odd one for you. We have a 1994 Honda Civic EX with a seriously built LS V-Tec motor. This inline four-cylinder has been upgraded with Wiseco pistons, BC connecting rods and RS cylinder sleeves. The worked cylinder head is from a 1996 Acura Integra GSR. It has been square-ported, and it is running a pair of Skunk2 camshafts. Without the laughing gas (nitrous), this Honda can produce only 240hp. At the flip of a switch, it is capable of churning out 480hp. That’s a dangerous amount of nitrous for this small engine. Against the heavy Chevy, this car Read More

The Come Up $250K Small Tire No Prep Invitational

November 17th, 2021

This is it! The end-all-to-end-all No Prep gathering of the century. Racers from all over the nation have gathered at Crossville Dragway in beautiful Tennessee for the richest No Prep race in history. A quarter-of-a-million dollars in cold, hard cash is on the line and the Street Racing Channel (SRC) crew are on-hand to claim their fair share of the loot. We join Tommy and Billy as they scout the track surface in an effort to gain a slight advantage over the stiff competition. Looks like the right lane is going to hold the magic on this first day of Read More

2010 and Newer – Street Car Cash Days No Prep

October 20th, 2021

This is a genuine street (drag) race open exclusively to vehicles that were manufactured after 2009 (2010 and newer). That excludes vehicles like Fox Body Mustangs and old school muscle cars. With seventeen competitors on hand, we join the action near the end of the driver’s meeting. This is going to be a wild one. Typical No Prep street racing rules apply. First to the line are a pair of Gen VI Mustangs. In the right lane is the SMP car and in the left lane is the Rockstar 5.0 machine. This is the only first round callout of the Read More

Twin Turbo Cadillac CTS-V vs. Imports and Domestics – Interstate Street Hits

October 19th, 2021

Greetings car enthusiasts, gearheads and fans of superior speed. Welcome to an evening of roll racing on the interstates of Old Mexico. Featured in this video is a twin turbocharged Cadillac CTS-V sedan making much horsepower. We join these rambunctious competitors as they pour onto the interstate. First is a race between the Cadillac and a K20 (Honda) powered Toyota MR2. Seems like this MR2 has something going on under the hood (beside the Honda mill) as he gives the CTS-V a run for his money – at the outset. Once the Caddy spools-up, he blows the Toy away. Now, Read More

FL2K21 Afterhours – Import vs Domestic Street Hits

October 15th, 2021

By: Michael Grimm This clip takes us down south for some FL2K21 afterhours action. When the venue closes, these competitive gearheads are just getting started. They leak out onto the interstate (of Mexico) for some insane street hits. It’s import versus domestic, Mustang GT500 versus McLaren, Corvette Z06 versus Nissan GT-R and a whole lot more. Have a look! First up is a supercharged LS3 (GM V8) Corvette (camera car) against a Coyote (modular Ford V8) Mustang with a ported Odin blower. The ‘Vette beats the Mustang, but he can’t get enough. The Ford goes on to get whipped in Read More

1600WHP Mustang Cobra Versus the World

September 24th, 2021

Tony’s twin turbo Mustang Cobra is one of the most capable street cars north of the Mason-Dixon line. Without discrimination, Tony has intimidated competitors on the street and strip for nearly two-decades. This outstanding Cobra has whipped turbo street bikes and posted consistent 8-second quarter-mile elapsed times. It’s an all-around street beast. Under the hood of Tony’s 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra is a fully built 4.6-liter modular motor from Ford. A pair of Precision 6870 turbochargers force copious amounts of air into the snake and the transmission is a GM TH400 automatic. Maximum output is 1600hp to the rear wheels. Read More

Half-Mile Airstrip Attack – 200 MPH Drag Racing

August 17th, 2021

Ever wonder what it would be like to drag race through an Indiana corn field? Well, wonder no more. This video takes through the Semi-Final round of the 2021 Indy Airstrip Attack (presented by Indiana Corn Marketing Council and First Farmers Bank & Trust). Some of the baddest half-milers in the Midwest have shown up to claim their share of fame and fortune. Let’s drop-in on this crucial round of half-mile drag racing action. Early in the day we have a 2017 Volkswagen Golf R (1100hp) getting ready to tackle a 2011 BMW 328i (800hp). This is a battle of Read More

Tesla Model S Plaid World Record Pass

July 28th, 2021

Who would have ever thunk it? The latest and greatest thing on the drag strip and street is an all-electric vehicle manufactured in the good old U.S. of A.? The Tesla Model S Plaid is blowing the doors off everything with the stones to line up next to it. This video gives us the opportunity to get up close as Chad Roberson takes down the (Plaid) world record during the MITM Elite gathering at the World Wide Technology Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri. The all-wheel drive Tesla Model S Plaid utilizes a trio of lithium-ion powered electric motors to manufacture Read More

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