Cornfield Throwdown – $5000 Midwest Cash Days

July 28th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Midwest (Mexico) Cash Days! Twenty-four of the hardest-hitting street cars in the United States have shown up for this No Prep Throwdown on a narrow strip of blacktop that cuts like a razor through the center of a cornfield. This is single elimination dig racing with the rules you’d expect – don’t jump early, don’t be first to cross the center line and cross the finish line before the other guy. Let’s take a trip to the country to find out who has the goods to claim the cash. Our cameraman encounters a Read More

Ohio Sunday Service – Small Tire Cash Days

July 18th, 2020

It’s time to take it south of the border for the Ohio Sunday Service. This is small tire dig racing in a Cash Days format. You just show up, run what-ya-brung and don’t get beat. The rules are simple: Since it’s single elimination, you must cross the finish line first. Don’t jump the light early. Every race is on video. Don’t cross the center line first. Adhere to those rules once more than all the other competitors and take home the cash. Despite a last minute reschedule, this is a big event. There are fourteen small tire racers in hand Read More

1700HP Four-Eyed Fox Body – Double Duty on the Drag Strip

May 27th, 2020

Greeting drag racing fans and welcome to the Xtreme Raceway Park in Ferris, Texas. This well produced clip features the Four-Eyed (1980-1986) Ford Mustang of Mark Fields. Mark and his small crew are competing in multiple classes during this No Prep event. Mark is looking to make a good showing in either the Small Tire Class or the True Street Class. This slick-looking little pony car has been upgraded with a Coyote (Ford) motor and a 94-millimeter turbo. Shifting duties are handled via a (GM) TH400 automatic transmission and the rear end is a Ford 8.8 inch. Mark figures the Read More

McLaren vs. Lamborghini vs. Fox Body

October 2nd, 2019

Greetings racing fans and speed aficionados of every creed. Welcome to a contest that seems stranger than fiction. You turn up for a TRC Invitational day and you half expect to see a McLaren roll out against a Lamborghini. What you don’t expect to see is a Mustang Fox Body gaptize the Lamborghini – after the Lambo spanks the McLaren. Let’s get a closer look. Seems that this Fox Body has been modified to get the better of supercars on street or strip. A giant (572 cubic-inch) Coyote engine (built by Levin Motorsports) has been crammed under the hood. It Read More

Turbo Fox Body – 7-Second Small Tire Monster

August 17th, 2018

Welcome drag racing fans to the Street Car Takeover, Denver. Some of the baddest drag racers in the U.S. have braved the high altitude and battled the mountains to come together in this contest of traction and power. Our feature car for this clip is a Fox Body Ford Mustang competing in the Street Car Class and the Small Tire Class. Under the hood is a 540 cubic-inch Big Block Chevy with ASR cylinder heads and a Precision PT118 turbocharger (118-millimeter). Power is estimated to be in the 1,600hp range and the car posted a 7.94-second elapsed time @ 182.43 Read More

7-Second Dragonfly – 2000HP Fox Body

June 13th, 2018

There are street cars and then there are street cars but this awesome Fox Body Mustang is head and shoulders above the rest. It all begins with a brand-new 7.0-liter big block (LS) Dart Racing engine – prepared by OCHS Performance. Throw on a set of Frankenstein Engine Dynamics (FED) All Pro cylinder heads and a FED intake manifold package with a massive Precision 102-millimeter turbocharger and you are ready for some racing (an undisclosed Nitrous Outlet kit is riding along too). A Strange Engineering rear end helps put all 2,000 of those ponies to the pavement. The intercooler has Read More

The King – 2000HP Fox Body Mustang

March 2nd, 2018

Calling himself the King of NO PREP Racing, this Fox Body Mustang posts consistent 8-second elapsed times in the 160 – 170 mph range. This is an all-steel bodied car (except for the hood which blew off during filming) with a massive 540 cubic-inch Chevrolet engine and a Precision 118-millimeter turbocharger (30 psi of boost). Competing in the Street Racer Class, the Wyoming Performance crew has the King churning at peak efficiency as it lines up for a first round matchup. In the right lane, we have a super clean, black,  turbo Fox Body. The black car gets the hole Read More

Fox Body Grudge Race – Beater Bomb vs. Torch 2.0

January 11th, 2018

This video treats us to a look at a bad little Fox Body Mustang that is known as the Torch 2.o. Although exact equipment specifications are kept close to the vest, it has been determined that the nitrous burning engine in this Mustang is a small block LS (Chevy) based V8. How about them apples? Footage from several dragstrips and multiple events (Small Tire Class) portrays the Torch 2.0 reeking havoc on the competition. The first stop is at the Ice Cream Cruise and the first victim is a classic Ford Falcon. After a small catfish out of the hole, Read More

Ohio Street Digs for Cash

August 30th, 2017

These cats in Ohio (Mexico) really know how to have a good time. You begin by finding an abandoned strip of industrial park pavement (3-lane if you can get it). Next, you invite a bunch of gear heads with fast cars and charge them a $100 buy-in on a winner-take-all pot. The rules are simple: It’s run-what-ya’-brung, single elimination, dig racing action. If you win – you move on to the next round. If you lose, you go back on the trailer. Competitors draw cards at the start of each round to determine pairings. Don’t jump (leave early) and don’t Read More

Cash Money Street Digs

December 7th, 2016

Welcome drag racing fans to the Colorado Cash Days. This is a 14-car, single elimination, dig racing tournament – coming at you loud and proud from the streets of Colorado, Mexico. Dig racing on the streets requires a unique balance between traction and power that is not demonstrated anywhere else in the racing world. After 3-decades of racing on the streets (of Mexico), I am yet to find a 1/4-mile strip of highway that is as flat as the average drag strip. Sure, concrete streets can provide substantial traction but those seams feel like speed humps with some 10.5-inch tires Read More

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