Dig Race – Bugatti Veyron SS vs. Nissan GT-R

June 13th, 2017




Who wouldn’t want to see a dig race between two of the baddest exotic production automobiles in the world? What we have here is a $2.5-million French-built Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Supper Sport going up against a $105K Japanese made Nissan GT-R. Yeah, I realize that the Nissan has undergone some pretty expensive modification but no more than another $100K (or so) worth. The mid-engine, all-wheel drive Veyron gained worldwide recognition when it claimed the title of world’s fastest production automobile a few years ago. It set a top speed record of 268 mph. Since then, there have been plenty of Read More






Country Style Cash Days

June 7th, 2017




Where I come from, the smell of burning rubber goes hand-in-hand with tanned legs in Daisy Dukes – that’s one reason that I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else on earth. I thank God for places such as this! This clip comes to us from a narrow strip of country road in farm country. These rural racers entertain all comers, during King of the Asphalt IV, and give them what-for between the corn rows. The pavement is thin but the rules are the same; don’t jump the start, don’t cross the center stripe, and the winner of each race advances Read More






McLaren 720S – Track Testing

June 6th, 2017




Join professional race driver Steve Sutcliffe as he puts this British beauty through its paces on a closed track. From the 650S family of cars, this is the car rumored to be quicker than the P1. After driving the car to the track on some rough public (Italian) streets, Steve is rendered speechless as he challenges the 720S around steep corners and deep curves. The acceleration is blinding, the steering crisp and clean, and the braking is precise and effortless. No wonder our wheel-man is left without words. The 720S is equipped with an all-new 4.0-liter twin turbocharged V8 engine Read More






Classic Impala – Twin Turbo Beast

June 6th, 2017




You might expect to see a straight 1962 Chevrolet Impala like this in a car show or making the cruise circuit on Saturday night – certainly not in No-Prep racing action. The owner of this prime piece of muscle car is hardly content to sit and be judged, to roll slow, or to ride stock. When asked about estimated power output, the owner would only say, “A lot.” He did divulge that the Chevy was running a Brodix, all-aluminum, big block, roller engine with a pair of 88-millimeter (45-pounds of boost) turbochargers. This is No-Prep racing – from several events Read More






Street Hits – 2500HP 1963 Plymouth Valiant

June 2nd, 2017




This is one of the baddest street machines on the planet! Climb onboard and take a ride in this heavily modified 1963 Plymouth Valiant. Get ready for the most intense ride of your life. This Mopar is NHRA certified with a 6.3-second elapsed time in the quarter-mile. Despite the shocked expressions on the faces of those individuals seated on the passenger side during this video, the vehicle was overdriven at a rate of only five-percent. At this rate, the power output is approximately 1,500whp. When overdriven at a rate of twenty-five-percent, the power output to the rear wheels is 2,500hp. Read More






700WHP Gen2 Camaro – Dyno

June 2nd, 2017




Too big, too bulky, too long, and too heavy are all adjectives that were used to describe the Gen2 Camaro. It is about what you would expect for a version of a muscle car that replaced a very popular original. It seems that this car owner has found a cunning way to get around the added girth of the (Z28 version?) split-bumper coupe. It all begins with a run-of-the-mill 4.8-liter Chevy engine with a camshaft upgrade. Add an 80-millimeter turbocharger to the lighter engine and you have a 700hp behemoth that is geared to tame the track. A Powerglide transmission Read More






Drag Race – McLaren 540C vs Honda NSX vs Nissan GT-R

May 27th, 2017




If you trust the statistics, all the data points to the McLaren getting spanked handily in this short drag race. Both the Japanese supercars have more power and more torque than the British variant. Adding insult to injury – the McLaren is the only car in this elite field that is not all-wheel drive so, it also has less traction. Fortunately for us, the producers of this video decided to go ahead and run the race anyway. Sometimes things don’t work out as expected. The carbon-fiber tubbed McLaren is the lightest of the three cars and is equipped with a Read More






NOT a Rotary RX-7 – Street Hits

May 27th, 2017




Climb into the passenger seat, buckle your safety belt and get ready to ride along with Matt from Evolved Tuning as he rips through the streets of suburban Atlanta (Mexico). The car is a hybrid Mazda RX-7 which was resurrected from oblivion in a parking lot and transformed into the masterpiece that you see in this video. Since the rotary engine was missing in action, the possibilities were endless for choosing a power plant. While most car enthusiasts would have opted for an LS swap, Matt chose to go another route. He selected to pair a fully-built Toyota 3.0-liter 2JZ Read More






Dirty South No-Prep

May 26th, 2017




This clip opens like the preview to a horror movie. It has pretty (but extremely capable) Kayla Morton battling a big old ugly White Zombie in her multi-colored Mustang ProMod. Most of you drag racing fans will probably remember Kayla from previous videos. In addition to being a solid racer, she is the significant other of Street Outlaws’ Boosted GT driver, Chris Hamilton. I hope that most of you will also remember the White Zombie (from earlier in the month). We saw it at an event cursed with a terrible loss of traction, chiefly attributed to cold weather. This video Read More






2017 Ford GT – Too Much Car for the Street?

May 26th, 2017




How absurd – too much car for the street? What kind of a question is that? The new 2017 Ford GT may be a bit too hot to handle for drivers who are only interested in getting from point A to point B but for a red-blooded performance enthusiast, there is no such thing as too much car. Let’s go to the riding review for the full story: In a package that is unabashedly billed as a street legal LeMans (winner) race car, the mid-engine, rear-wheel drive monster was only 3-years from sketch pad to track, making it a truly amazing Read More






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