Hellcat Redeye vs. Camaro ZL1 Corvette and Godzilla – Street Hits

April 2nd, 2020

Treat yourself to this rareified video that documents an extraordinarily diverse group of street racing machines racing during daylight hours. Most street races take place during cover of darkness but with public thoroughfares (in Mexico) basically deserted, this large group of heavy hitters decided to hookup in the sunshine. No social distancing laws were violated during the making of this clip. Enjoy. The cameraman posts up in the passenger seat of the Indigo Blue Hellcat Redeye. It doesn’t take long to line up a race with a supercharged Camaro ZL1. It has been modified with a set of headers, a Read More

Street Science EVO X – Street Hits

March 30th, 2020

Not since the days of Dr. Frankenstein has the world seen a lab more out of control than the Street Science TX Lab from Texas. These aficionados in the science of speed have created a monster of an EVO X. Last night (during TX2K20), the monster broke loose from its chains and took to the streets (of Mexico). Oh, the humanity! Would this beast shred the competition or be tamed by the humility of defeat? Time to hit the street and find out. Right out of the gate, the SSTX EVO finds itself in a 3-lane brawl between a Procharged Read More

TX2K20 – Highlights Day One

March 18th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to the Mecca of street racing – TX2K20 from Houston, Texas. There is drag racing and roll racing on the agenda for this weekend of hotly contested head-to-head racing. That’s not to mention what jumps off after hours on the streets. Let’s drop in on day one. Coming off the trailer are entries from Underground Racing. Most of these Lamborghinis have been treated to an Underground Racing Turbo X Package. Maximum output ranges from 1,000hp all the way to 3,000hp. We have Coy Christmas in the Airforce One Lamborghini. Air Force One was the Read More

World’s Fastest Shelby GT500 – Street Hits vs. Nissan GT-R, Porsche 991, EVO, and More

February 21st, 2020

Greetings drag and street racing enthusiasts and welcome to another installment from DragTimes. This video features a 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 that is being billed as the World’s Fastest (quarter mile elapsed time and trap speed). FYI: It’s the orange one. Tonight, he’ll be taking on a bevy of beautiful contenders. There are cars from all round the globe and in various stages of modification (mostly undisclosed). The Audi A3 has undergone a turbo upgrade and a tune. The Nissan 240 and Honda Civic have added turbocharger kits. The Corvette has an upgraded intake manifold. The orange Mustang has Read More

First Acura Integra in the 7s

February 4th, 2020

Front-wheel drive drag cars me feel like I’m going to hurl. It’s a lot like a train wreck. I know it’s ugly, but I can’t look away. What’s not ugly is the degree of traction these little cars can muster coming out of the hole. Check it out. This car is being billed as the first 7-second Acura Integra and I have absolutely no reason to doubt this claim. It is a 2000 Acura Integra with a (basically) stock block and heads. It has been professionally built with aluminum connecting rods, forged pistons and Web camshafts. The intake manifold is Read More

600HP All-Motor Honda Civic – 8-Second Quarter Mile

January 22nd, 2020

Stunning! This all-motor Honda Civic Hatchback – with a K24 four-banger – is the quickest Outlaw Front-Wheel Drive N/A Car in the USA. File it under hard to find and classify it as a rarity. With no sign of a power adder – no turbo and no supercharger – this little front-wheel drive hatchback runs consistent eight-second quarter mile passes at approximately 160 mph. Under the hood is a 2.4-liter Honda K24 engine. It is built with Callie’s connecting rods and Wiseco pistons. The cylinder head is stock with Kelford camshafts and Ferrea valvetrain components. There’s a nitro-methane injection system Read More

Japanese Muscle – EVO X vs GT-R vs 800HP Honda

January 8th, 2020

Greetings racing fans. This video is taking it to the track for some high-end import action (with a little domestic sprinkled in). The venue is Florida’s sunny Palm Beach International Raceway and the competition is diverse. Sure, there are tons of fast Japanese entries – with two and four wheels – but there are also some European and American hot rods in the field. Check it out. Lee is her in his 900hp EVO X. This is a car prepared by Machines Gone Wild. It has a built motor, a big turbo and the best of everything else. Lee is Read More

Veronica’s 600HP Honda Civic – Street and Track Hits

December 12th, 2019

Hello race fans. Meet Veronica and her Milano Red 1998 Honda Civic Hatch. Veronica bought the car in 2012 and has built it up with help from some great people in the racing world. Veronica takes pride in the fact that the car is female built, owned and operated. Makes me a little bit proud for her – except when she lines up next to me! Then engine in Veronica’s Honda is a stock VTEC DOHC four banger. It has a Precision 6262 turbo with a Tial wastegate and blowoff valve. She also uses a Walbro fuel pump (in tank) Read More

1100HP Honda S2000 – World Cup Finals

December 3rd, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans and gearheads from all walks of life. Welcome to the Haltech World Cup Finals Import vs Domestic from Maryland International Raceway. Meet Stuart Leiby and his 2007 Honda S2007. Stuart and his crew have made a name for themselves in the roll racing segment with a good showing at TX2K19 from way down in Houston. Today, he thinks he is ready for a bit of dig racing. After a successful qualifying session, we drop in to find Stuart and crew attempting to “kick start” the S2000 after the starter took a dump just prior to eliminations. Read More

All-Out-Call-Out – New Mexico Style

September 23rd, 2019

Dueling in the desert is as old as the West itself. In days of yore (yes, yore) cowboys used to get to get it on with six guns and long rifles. Today’s cowboys are doing battle with their race cars. These vehicles are radically (sometimes) modified for the purpose of racing in a straight line for a short distance. All-Out-Call-Out Albuquerque 2019 will force these modified monsters to navigate a 15.4-mile street course (without unscheduled stops) before being allowed to participate in the dig racing action. Should be interesting. As the name of the event implies, this weekend is centered Read More

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