Top 10 Street Races of 2020

December 29th, 2020

Sure 2020 has been a crazy year. With everything that has happened, the one thing that has remained constant is the competitive nature of street racing. We come from all walks of life – whether you like roll racing, dig racing or both – to compete against the best of the best on the street. This video production brings us a compilation of the best street races from the past year. Buckle up, grab ahold of something and enjoy! Up first is a roll race between a twin turbocharged GMC (Oldsmobile) G-Body and a 900hp Cadillac CTS-V Version 3. In Read More

Best of the Best – Street Racing Around the World

December 22nd, 2020

This video is a compilation of the best street racing we have ever filmed. There are vehicles that make less than 300hp and some that make more than 2,000hp. These clips were gathered from years of street racing (roll and dig) from almost every corner of the planet. Enjoy. Our first race of the evening is of the dig variety. Featured in this contest are a twin turbocharged Gen II Camaro and a 2,500hp Nissan GT-R. Both cars cut a clean light and the Camaro takes the early advantage. Eventually, the all-wheel drive platform and massive horsepower of the GT-R Read More

Hellcat Killer – 707HP Toyota MR2

November 26th, 2020

What’s better than an everyday driver that makes over 700whp? I’ll tell you what – a cheap, lightweight two-seater that makes over 700hp to the rear wheels. Let’s take a closer look at this 1992 Toyota MR2, and lay down some street pulls just for kicks and giggles. Under the bonnet of this mid-engine, rear-wheel drive monster is a built (by ATS Racing of Denton, Texas) 2.0-liter 3S-GTE Toyota motor. The driver calls it a 5S-GTE, but I believe he is incorrect. It is likely a Gen V version of the motor. Anyway, ATS outfitted this beauty with a massive Read More

Corvette vs. McLaren, GT R, Viper and Mustang – Texas Street Hits TX2K20

November 11th, 2020

This clip documents what takes place when a group of rowdy competitors from the TX2K20 event get together after hours. These guys (and gals) have taken the action south of the border and to the streets for some hardcore roll racing on the interstate. Buckle up for this one! In the first flight there is a white C7 Chevrolet Corvette with a F1A-94 ProCharger making approximately 1,100hp, a silver Nissan GT R (with Elite Prime turbos and a Shep 1K transmission) making 1,300hp, a 1,400hp twin turbo Dodge Viper and a red Nissan GT R capable of producing 1,700hp – Read More

Dodge Charger Hellcat vs. Toyota Supra MKV – Street Roll and Dig Racing

November 3rd, 2020

The weather is cool, and the racing is hot in this video that has some top-tier imports taking on the best that Detroit has to offer. Whether you like roll racing, or prefer the raw power of drag racing, this production has something for you. Climb aboard, buckle up and hang on to your hat; this one is going to get interesting. Featured is a modified Toyota Supra MKV. This is the latest version of the popular sports car from Toyota. While this ride bears the moniker of a Japanese automaker, it is made in Germany (by BMW). Under the Read More

Honda Powered MR-2 Runs First 8-Second Quarter-Mile

October 23rd, 2020

This video answers the decade old question of “what can I do to make my tiny mid-engine sports car faster”? The answer for Toyota MR-2 owner Kyle Wade and his BoostedBoiz crew was to scrap the Toyota mill and replace it with a Honda unit. Just add a pair of massive turbochargers and – kaboom! – you are ready to dominate the competition. No matter who you are – quarter-mile passes in the 8-second range are pretty impressive in most circles. Kyle says that this Toyota is running a built and sleeved K24 (2.4-liter) Honda engine with a cylinder head Read More

Import Street Hits – Toyota Supra MKV vs. BMW, Mercedes, Mustang and Hellcat

October 21st, 2020

Welcome roll racing fans and import enthusiasts from every ilk. This is the story of a modified Toyota Supra MKV and what transpires when the owner takes it out for an evening of street racing on the interstate (in Mexico). Competition includes entries from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge – there are even a few stragglers from such automakers as Kia and Nissan. So, without further ado, let’s get this party started. Right off the exit ramp, we have a BMW 340i that wants in on the action. The white Supra has been modified with a catless downpipe and Read More

Ford Focus RS vs Mustang GT, Nissan GT-R and MKV Supra – Street Hits

October 17th, 2020

If you’ve never considered trolling the streets for roll racing victims in a Ford Focus, this video may change the way you think. Often overlooked, the Ford Focus RS packs enormous power in an all-wheel drive package, Despite the fact that the Focus RS is not the lightest sub-compact hatchback on the street, this little grocery-getter gets off the line like a rocket, shifts smoothly and accelerates responsively. Add a few aftermarket bolt-ons and a turbocharger upgrade and you have a legitimate contender on street or strip. Right off the assembly line, the Ford Focus RS is capable of producing Read More

Street Hits – Turbo MKV Supra vs. Mustang GT500

October 13th, 2020

Tonight, we ride along as a modified Toyota MKV Supra takes to the streets (of Mexico) for some high-level roll racing. Among the competitors found on the interstate this evening are a turbocharged BMW 335i and a Ford Mustang GT500 with some slight modifications. Time for some racing. The MKV Supra is equipped with an inline 6-cylinder 3.0-liter engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission. The entire car is built by BMW and sold by Toyota. The featured car of this video has been altered with a P2uned turbo kit. The intake manifold and cylinder heads have been ported and it Read More

Daylight Street Hits – 900HP Nitrous Dodge Viper

October 1st, 2020

Hello gearheads and speed aficionados of every creed. What could be better than street racing under the sunny skies of old Mexico? Roll racing typically takes place on the interstate and occurs under cover of darkness. Taking to the interstate in the wee hours virtually eliminates traffic problems and helps to conceal certain identifiable characteristics. While it is tons of fun, it can make legible videography very challenging to say the least. Making videos in the bright sunshine is a breeze. Take a look. Featured in this production are some of the wildest cars (and a motorcycle) that you are Read More

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