Twenty Car Street Digs – Houston Cash Days

February 18th, 2021

You know the rules. It’s single elimination – if you lose, get back on the trailer. Don’t jump the light early and don’t cross the center line. If you make it to the finish line quicker than the guy (or girl) in the other lane, you move on to the next round. Whoever wins the most rounds gets the money. That’s $250 times twenty cars ($5,000). While this is technically taking place on a closed course, with safety personnel standing by, the racing conditions are as close to “street” as possible. The track is not prepped and the course is Read More

Cash Days From Da Pad – Street Digs

February 4th, 2021

This clip is coming at you from one of the most notorious street racing spots in the United States – Da Pad in Nola (Mexico). When it comes to street scenes, there are few places that can compare. It literally has a carnival atmosphere – complete with a cotton candy vendor. The rides are a little different in this carnival. They are really fast and smell of burnt rubber and fuel. Get ready for Cash Days. The rules are simple: Don’t jump the light early. Don’t cross the center line. Be first to cross the finish line and you proceed Read More

Mustang vs. Mercedes – Shelby GT350 vs. C63 AMG – Street Hits

January 30th, 2021

Most likely, you don’t wake up in the morning saying, “I wonder if I’ll see a race between a Mustang and a Mercedes-Benz today.” If you do, then today is your lucky day. This video treats us to a series of street hits between a bone stock Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and a 2017 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG (with a Stage 1 tune). Let’s head down to Mexico and get out on the highway. Powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V8 engine (code name Voodoo) with a flat plane crankshaft, the Shelby GT350 can churn out a cool 526hp and Read More

Turbo Mustang 5.0 vs. Charger Hellcat – Daytime Street Hits

January 27th, 2021

Shedding a little light on the subject of roll racing, these street racers escape the cloak of darkness – frequently associated with such endeavors – and let it all hang out during daylight hours. Competitors include a blown (from the factory) Dodge Charger Hellcat and a turbocharged (aftermarket) S197 (2004-2014) Ford Mustang 5.0. The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is widely recognized as the most powerful domestic sedan ever mass produced. The downside of the Charger Hellcat is that it is quite heavy at 5,500-pounds. Providing forward momentum for this portly kitty is a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 engine mated to Read More

Grudge Racing in the Street – TH3 KID vs. Big Block Nitrous Camaro

January 26th, 2021

This is what’s happening south of the border. The streets of Mexico are heating up when this group of hardcore street (dig) racers gather for a weekend of all out chaos on a two lane blacktop. On hand are the Street Racing Channel (SRC) crew and their bell cow, none other than Billy the Kid in his Chevrolet S10 pickup. He and his dad are ready to put it all on the line against whatever rolls off the trailer. On the card is a grudge match between Billy, in his turbocharged Chevy, and a Gen II Camaro with a 632 Read More

Old School Cash Days – Texas vs. Oklahoma

December 30th, 2020

Alright guys, this is the big one. This is the real deal. This is Cash Days. Hope you are prepared for some old school, single elimination, winner take all street (dig) racing action from down south of the border. The best of the best from Texas and Oklahoma are gathered in this video production that features the OGs of street racing folk lore. This will be strictly an eighth-mile, No Prep competition, and you better not jump early or cross the center line. If you do, you are back on the trailer. Other than that – line ‘em up. First Read More

Easy Like Sunday Morning – The Kid Hits the Streets

December 1st, 2020

While most street racing videos are produced under cover of darkness, this short clip captures events as they unfold on a bright and sunny Sunday morning somewhere in midwestern Mexico. Dozens of top tier competitors are on hand – including a group of high-powered S10 entries – to compete for cash and bragging rights. Of note are the family racing team from the Street Racing Channel (SRC). Today, the SRC crew is campaigning the twin turbocharged Chevy S10 pickup piloted by The Kid. We join the action as the competitors gather in an abandoned industrial park. A purple S10 takes Read More

Corvette vs. McLaren, GT R, Viper and Mustang – Texas Street Hits TX2K20

November 11th, 2020

This clip documents what takes place when a group of rowdy competitors from the TX2K20 event get together after hours. These guys (and gals) have taken the action south of the border and to the streets for some hardcore roll racing on the interstate. Buckle up for this one! In the first flight there is a white C7 Chevrolet Corvette with a F1A-94 ProCharger making approximately 1,100hp, a silver Nissan GT R (with Elite Prime turbos and a Shep 1K transmission) making 1,300hp, a 1,400hp twin turbo Dodge Viper and a red Nissan GT R capable of producing 1,700hp – Read More

Desert Duels – Single Elimination Drag Racing on the Street

November 4th, 2020

It’s the usual story; twenty-something cars paid but only thirteen showed up to race in the desert. That’s alright. Fewer rounds for the same money. Rules are simple. Don’t cut the light early or you lose. Don’t cross the center line or you lose. Do these two things – and be first to cross the finish line – and you win the round. Win more rounds than anybody else and you take home the cash ($5,000). The first race of the first round is a Chevy Malibu with nitrous against a Gen II Camaro with twin turbochargers. The Camaro hooks Read More

Ohio Cash Days – 35 Car Single Elimination Dig Races

October 8th, 2020

Wow! This is one narrow stretch of country road with cornfields on either side. That ain’t stopping these guys. Some of the baddest street racers in the land have shown up here for a full day of winner-take-all dig races from this secluded setting. Only thirty of the thirty-five cars invited could make the trip so, the total payout ($200 per car) came up to $6,000. Not a terrible payout for a day of playing in the corn rows. The rules are simple: don’t leave early, don’t cross the center line and be first to cross the finish line. If Read More

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