Tesla P100D vs. Dodge Challenger Hellcat – Street Car Takeover

May 20th, 2019

Hello racing fans and welcome back to Thunder Valley at Bristol Dragway in beautiful Bristol, Tennessee. Our focal car today is a familiar one to most YouTubers. It is a Tesla P100D that has been whipping muscle cars all over the country. With all-electric power, this thing blasts out of the hole like a rocket and posts very consistent elapsed times. This makes the Tesla ideal for Index Racing. Unlike conventional drag racing, in which a competitor gets down the track as quickly as possible, Index Racing is the practice of selecting a time just slower than your fastest ever Read More

CTS-V vs. Mustang and Corvette – Street Hits

May 4th, 2019

As the summer evenings grow warmer and the risk of precipitation is reduced, the sounds of high-performance, interstate devouring, roll race cars can be heard. The late evening and early morning hours, when traffic is virtually non-existent, are prime-time for rolling these purpose-built machines onto the highway (of Mexico) for competition. Many heavily modified roll racers have showed up for this evening of fun. There is a Corvette C7 with a camshaft upgrade, a V-7 YSI Supercharger by Vortech, and a methanol injection. A 1,000hp Nissan GT-R and another (980hp) ‘Vette with an LSx engine and a YSI blower. This Read More

GT-R Unlimited Final – TX2K19

April 20th, 2019

This clip delivers the entire final round of TX2K19. From the Heavyweight Class, featuring Beverly in her purple Cadillac against a souped-up Hellcat, to the Unlimited GT-R Class, between Gidi Chambers in the ETS car and the Alpha Queen of OB Prestige; these are competitive and entertaining contests. By now, everyone should know Gidi (left lane). He currently holds the U.S. National R35 GT-R World Record for the Quarter-Mile (6.73-seconds @ 223.3 mph). A high-water mark set during the making of this video. Gidi has been in the conversation for the World Record for years. Beginning this season in a 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

1400HP Honda S2000 – Ride Along Street Hits

April 11th, 2019

Howdy racing fans and welcome back to TX2K19. Allow me to introduce Evan and what may be the most intimidating roadster at this event. Of course, the car is a Honda S2000. Where is gets really unique is under the hood. Evan trashed the Honda mill for a Toyota 2JZ platform with a giant turbo (50+ psi). The little import is loaded with one-off parts designed to make it go very fast in a straight line. It also has a sequentially shifted dog box transmission. Built by Turn In Concepts. As capable as the S2000 is on the track; it’s 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

RUNDRTY – 1000HP TT 1961 Buick Skylark

March 29th, 2019

Make a mental note: This old Buick is not to be trifled with – unless you feel like losing. Sure, you see a big ol’ heavy Buick, with all that paint and chrome, and you think he is too heavy to get out of his own way. I can beat him easy, right? Not so fast! If you plan to make a drag racing campaign with a 1961 Buick Skylark, you have a few choices. All those involve making massive amounts of horsepower; without which you will roll through the trap at the approximate speed at which molasses pours. This Read More

New U.S. GT-R Quarter-Mile Record

March 22nd, 2019

Hello fellow racing fans! Join me in congratulating car owner Gidi Chamdi, ETS (Extreme Turbo Systems), and English Racing in setting the new U.S. Record for a Nissan GT-R, in the quarter-mile (elapsed time and top speed). With a 6.73-second pass @ 223 mph, on day two of TX2K19, the cast and crew of the Alpha G car managed to dive deeper into the sixes and accomplish a feat that no one ever had in a GT-R on a U.S. drag strip. The ETS car is owned and piloted by an extremely fit, pitbull of a race driver known as 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

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