Wasabi – 2800HP HEMI Supra

October 29th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans, street racers and gear heads of every ilk. Welcome to the fifth annual Outlaw Armageddon The World Series of No Prep from Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Noble, Oklahoma. Wasabi is the name of the oddball Supra featured in this video. The car earns its moniker with a mustard colored paint hue and a smoking hot disposition. This mess of German, Asian and American ingenuity is favored in the Small Tire Class. Let’s see how it pans out. The body is all steel and as close to factory specifications as possible. It’s on a rolled tube Read More

Crazy Backward-Track No Prep Showdown

October 21st, 2019

This is CRAZY! All the safety of the track with all the challenges of the street. This No Prep Showdown is the Big End Battle from Muncie Dragway in Albany, Indiana. The Big End Battle turns eighth-mile No Prep drag racing on its head! The start line is moved to the “Big End” of the track; where the finish line would be in a normal race (and vice-versa). Let’s see how this shakes out. Sixty-four No Prep drag racers are on-hand to do battle from the Big End. Just like on the street – there’s only class and the winner Read More

Import Wins Outlaw Armageddon – Real ST Supra

October 11th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans, street racing aficionados and gear heads of every sort. Welcome to the Fifth Annual Outlaw Armageddon from Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Noble, Oklahoma. This clip focuses on a Toyota Supra running in the Street Car Class. This class includes a 15-mile cruise around the town square – without unscheduled stops – before competing in the quarter-mile No Prep affair. Meet Jrod. He and Real Street Performance have built a turbocharged 2JZ powered Supra that is capable of hanging in there with the big (V8) boys (and girls). Will he be able to do what has Read More

Doing More with Less – Budget Built Mustang

September 18th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans and speed aficionados of every ilk. Welcome and allow me to introduce you to Turbo John and his crew from B&K Performance. Today, these guys are campaigning their built-on-a-budget Turbo Mustang Fox Body. Today’s action is of the No Prep variety. It’s about as ‘street’ as you can get and stay legal. That means an unprepped track and (typically) no timer. Sometimes, there’s no electronic start, either. Almost everything on this car is either used, or from a bargain basement. Turbo John is a perfect example of going fast without breaking the bank (or taking out Read More

Outlaw Armageddon No Prep – 1600HP Supra

September 5th, 2019

Welcome drag racing fans to Outlaw Armageddon; the street car race that makes you prove you are racing a street car with a 30-mile cruise. This weekend’s action is of the No Prep variety and things are heating up in Oklahoma for Jared, his crew and their 1600hp 2JZ powered Turbo Toyota Supra. Legend is that no import (powered) vehicle has ever won this event. Furthermore, imports are not highly favored in this part of the world. The idea of a guy in a 2JZ Supra beating all their domestic V8 powered monsters (and taking home the $15k prize) turned Read More

Superstitious 2500HP Nova – No Prep Ride Along

July 15th, 2019

Greetings No Prep fans and drag racing enthusiasts of every variety. Welcome to the PSCA event (Rocky Mountain Summer Series) from Thunder Valley (Bandimere Speedway) in Morrison, Colorado. Meet Kelly Harvey, owner/operator of this stunning 1967 Chevy Nova. Let’s join our friend Brent as he takes us behind the scenes and inside the cockpit with Kelly during an actual run. Take it away, Brent! First, let’s take a look at what makes this sweet ride tick. Under the hood is a billet 521 cubic-inch Brad Anderson HEMI engine with a massive blower. No expense has been spared as this Nova Read More

Texas Rattlesnake – Heir to the Throne of No-Prep?

May 1st, 2019

Greetings racing fans and welcome to Bounty Hunters No-Prep Grudge Nationals IV. Meet Ronnie Hobbs and his Canary Yellow Chevrolet S10; known as the Texas Rattlesnake. This impressive reptile is away on her maiden voyage and running in the Big Tire Class. She’s packing a serious punch from a 564 cubic-inch Brad Anderson Enterprises (BAE) mill, topped off with a pair of 98-millimeter Precision turbochargers. Major power output capacity is the result – to the tune of approximately 3,000hp! As with any fresh build, this truck is working through the bugs, but is exceptionally well-built and no expense has been Read More

Scott Chevy II – More Blower than Engine

April 30th, 2019

Running in the True Street Class, the Carl Scott Honey Badger Chevy II is equipped with a 632-cube Troy Scott Racing engine. The “small shaft” motor was initially installed in a sand crawler but made too much torque. Sounds like the perfect fit for a No-Prep monster! The true eye-catcher is a blower that has more cubic inches poking out of the hood than most cars have under the hood. The Honey Badger features a Whipple 8.3-liter supercharger bolted to the massive engine. After a successful Round 1, the Honey Badger galded a snout-bearing in the Whipple. In this environment, Read More

Huge Turbo Mistress – New King of No-Prep

April 17th, 2019

If you find yourself gasping for breath when near the 1967 Chevy II of Shawn Wilhoit – DO NOT PANIC!  Just wait a few ticks until he lets off the accelerator and oxygen will again be plentiful in the atmosphere. The turbocharger in this Chevy is so massive that it just sucks the air out of the world. Built by MBRC (Montana Brothers Race Cars – Bay City, N.Y.), this eye-catching Chevy II is powered by a Morgan and Sons (Grand Prarie, TX.) 481x engine with a Hart turbocharger. Shawn isn’t disclosing the exact size of the turbo. However, he Read More

3000HP Camaro Dominates Small Tire No Prep

March 10th, 2019

Greetings drag racing fans. Join me as this clip takes us back to the Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Noble, Oklahoma for Outlaw Armageddon. This event is being billed as the World Series of No Prep but can it live up to the hype? Take a look. Fresh off three consecutive wins, Tony V and his Gen IV Camaro are looking to grab the $25,000 grand prize in the Small Tire Class. Despite finishing up a new setup only about a month prior to this season, Tony and crew think they can make it four in a row. Safe to Read More

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