West Texas Style – $3000 Small Tire Street Digs

August 11th, 2020

This is how they do Cash Days in West Texas. In typical street racing fashion, the rules are simple. Every competitor pays an entry fee. The overall winner takes home all the cash. Don’t cut the light early, don’t cross the center line and be first to cross the finish line. Follow that formula for more rounds than everybody else and you win the money. Simple, huh? Let’s see about that. In Round One, we have a classic Gen II GTO versus a Mazda Miata with a turbocharged LS engine. The Pontiac gets the holeshot on the Mazda which knocks Read More

Tulsa Cash Days – Winner Take All

June 5th, 2020

A great night of street racing in Oklahoma (Mexico) brought out lot of new competitors, as well as some old rivals. A total of twenty-four competitors were on hand. With a buy-in of $140, that yields a winner-take-all purse of just under $3,500. This is single elimination dig racing and the rules are simple. Don’t jump the light early. Don’t cross the center line and be the first one to the finish line. Win every round and you win the money – lose a round and get back on the trailer. Time to go racing! Once the chips are drawn Read More

12-Car Street Racing Battle – Twin Turbo S10 Pickup

May 12th, 2020

Get a load of this 1300hp twin turbocharged (LS) Chevy S10 Pickup. No, it ain’t pretty but it’s real fast. Tonight, he’s to find himself locked in a battle with eleven other street mercenaries out to win all the money and a huge slice of the glory. Let’s take a look. You know the rules: Don’t cut the light early, don’t cross the center line and be the first one to the finish line. Keep doing that and you can make it to the finals – heck, you might even win the cash. It’s single elimination so, if you lose Read More

20 Car Cash Days – Midwest Street Digs

December 4th, 2019

Tonight, we are headed to a deserted two-lane in a midwestern corn field with the Skinnie’s Skreekret Sauce Crew and their twin turbo Chevrolet S-10. These guys have this pickup dialed in and they’re ready to claim the $5000 cash prize up for grabs during Midwest Cash Days (at night in the middle of a chilly corn field). Let’s see what happens. First up is the driver’s meeting. The competitors ante up their entry fee and get the rules straight. After that, it’s off to the race location to get some rubber on the road. The Skinnie’s crew unloads their Read More

Street Hits – TT Audi R8 vs. Procharged Corvette Z06

July 4th, 2019

The evenings are getting warmer and that can only mean one thing; it’s time for some roll racing. Tonight, these guys are taking it to the streets (of Mexico) to see who has the fastest car from 60 mph to 150mph. Let’s go! In the first pass, we have an 1,100hp Nissan GT-R (white) rolling against a turbocharged Mustang Fastback. Both cars come out of the hole violently and it remains close throughout. Mustang FTW. Next up is a 1,000hp Toyota Supra against the same Nissan. This time the GT-R is victorious. The same GT-R hooks up with an 1,100hp Read More

Street Racing Cali-Style – Roll and Dig

May 13th, 2019

Let’s head to Northern California (Mexico) – where the beaches are warm and the nights are cool – for some street racing action. On hand for two sessions of racing are all types of power-adders, numerous makes, and multiple setups. There are supercharged, turbocharged, naturally aspirated, and nitrous enhanced vehicles from the U.S. and abroad. Here we go! The morning session is focused solely on dig racing. The first contest is between a C6 Corvette (408 cubic-inch motor, ProCharger, nitrous – 930hp) and a naturally aspirated Chevy Camaro Z28. Both cars cut the light precisely and the Camaro totes the Read More

1100HP EVO IX vs. Yamaha R1M – Street Hits

April 5th, 2019

This video attempts to answer the scientific question, “which is faster – the car or the bike?” The experiment will be undertaken south of the border, in a controlled environment. The subjects have been expertly and dramatically modified for performance and speed. Subject A is a 2006 Mitsubishi Evolution (IX). Yes, a sedan. It has been enhanced by Machines Gone Wild using a Mivec 4G63 2.2-liter stroker motor with a GSC crankshaft. On top is a built and ported cylinder head with Kelford 288 camshafts. A dual-injector, AMS intake manifold bridges the gap between a FP (Forced Performance) Super 99 Read More

Street Digs – $9000 Winner Take All

April 2nd, 2019

Greetings drag and street racing fans! Welcome to Mexico for a day of big money, small tire street racing with our host, Lumpy. Maximum tire size is 29.5-inch. Racing is single elimination and the buy-in is $300. There are 28 vehicles campaigning. This should be very interesting. It is just a coincidence that this contest takes place around TX2K19. Some of the racers may have taken the action from the strip to the street for this heated competition – but who knows? Let’s get it on! Rules are simple: Don’t jump early. Don’t cross the center-line. Cross the finish line Read More

Turbo Four-Bangers Ravage the Streets

February 12th, 2019

Greetings street racing fans. Tonight, we are hitting the streets (of Mexico) with a pair of turbocharged Hondas for a bit of nighttime fun. These guys are out there – racing anyone who will tow the line – and winning more than their fair share. We are in for some roll racing and some dig racing in this one. Let’s take a look! Right outta the gate, these two Honda Civic competitors must have a go. The car with the smaller four-banger (B16 vs. K24) seems superior, after multiple hits. The B16 Civic tangles with a stock GTO in the Read More

East Texas Daylight Street Digs

February 6th, 2019

This video brings us the equivalent of a mini Race Week. It takes place in the Dallas/Ft. Worth (Mexico) area and competitors must drive their race cars from one race location to the next. After racing the first round, if you pull back on the trailer, you are finished. Other rules apply. It’ll cost you $200 to race and it’s small tire (29.5-inch max.) only, single elimination contest. Don’t jump before the light comes on. Don’t cross the center line; be the first to cross the finish, and you move on to the next round. Keep doing that until the Read More

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