Birdman Exudes Confidence at Conquer the Concrete

March 9th, 2016

If you know anything about the Birdman, then you know that he doesn’t suffer from low self-esteem or lack confidence in his crew or car. There’s a good reason for that. This team has won upwards of $45,000 in prize money for the last 3 No Prep events. After defeating the best in the world in No Prep racing, including Discovery Channel’s Kye Kelley from the Street Outlaws series, Birdman cruised into Oklahoma City with an understandable swagger. This recently painted Pontiac Trans Am is packing a 622-cubic-inch big block Chevy engine pushed to the brink by a pair of Read More

St. Louis Street Car Takeover

December 21st, 2015

If you like heads up dig racing, then you’ll love this video. All of the entries in this event had to complete a mandatory 50-mile cruise through St. Louis to prove their street worthiness. It focuses on a turbocharged Foxbody Mustang as it makes its way through a field of elite level competitors. Rich Frost’s Mustang comes in well heeled with a 5.7-liter small block Ford engine and an 82-millimeter turbocharger. The combination is good for 1,200hp. He battles some pretty stiff competition, including the Beater Bomb, the Crusty Nova, an 1,100hp GT-R, a 1,000hp turbocharged C1500, and a 1,200+hp Read More

$4000 Quarter-Mile Street Race

December 15th, 2015

Big Block with big tires versus small block with small tires; think you know which one will win? Both cars are radically modified and both are running nitrous but which one will take bragging rights in the 1/4-mile? We have a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air that has been tubbed out and fitted with a massive set of drag racing slicks doing battle with a mid-eighties Malibu wagon in some heads-up 1/4 and 1/8-mile racing for some serious money. The Malibu seems to have the advantage early on in the 1/4-mile race but the big box Chevy comes back near the Read More

Texas Dig Racing – Taking it to the Streets

December 14th, 2015

If you want to experience real fun, try stepping out for a night of street racing down “Mexico” way. Some of the baddest cars in the west showed up for a full night of racing. The Mistress twin turbocharged Chevy II rolled out and so did Barefoot Ronnie (from Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws series) in his beautiful Yenko Nova. The atmosphere was electric and the racing was amazing as these competitors were anxious to square-off with whatever was in the next lane. There is a LSX 6.0-liter powered Mustang with an 80-millimeter turbo and a dual shot of methanol, a Read More