Whipple Camaro SS vs. Nissan GT-R – Street Hits

July 7th, 2022

We are taking it back to the streets (of Mexico) tonight for some elite level roll racing on the interstate. The competitors are fueled-up, dialed-in and ready to unleash the thunder. Let’s go! The Gen VI SS Camaro is one of the most complete American sports cars ever produced. Known for taming the Green Hell course at Nurburgring, the Camaro SS is equally proficient on the road course or the drag strip. Equipped with an all-aluminum 7.0-liter engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission, this version of the Camaro is extremely popular with street racing enthusiasts. This Camaro SS owner has Read More

Nitrous Pontiac G8 vs. Camaro SS, BMW M3, Turbo Mustang and More – Street Hits

June 21st, 2022

Taking it back to the street – these good ol’ boys (and girls) are getting down on the interstate (in Mexico) – bakery style. There’s roll racing on the agenda for this evening and the competitors are serious about their horsepower. Pin back your ears and hold on tight ‘cause it’s about to get real. Right outta’ the gate, we have a Pontiac G8 sedan with bolt-ons and a kit of nitrous. He’s taking on a Chevy Camaro SS with an all-aluminum 7.0-liter engine. These two competitors go at it hot and heavy for multiple hits. The action is relatively Read More

Naturally Aspirated Camaro LT1 vs. Supercharged Challenger Redeye – Daytime Street Hits

April 5th, 2022

While most street racing action occurs under the cover of darkness, this video documents a grudge match that occurred in the bright sunshine. These competitors are letting it all hang out in the broad daylight – and on the streets (of Mexico, that is). Let’s check out the machinery. The Chevrolet Camaro LT1 is a naturally aspirated car with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The LT1 mill is an all-aluminum (block and heads) 6.2-liter V8 capable of generating 455hp and 455 lb.-ft. of torque. The factory Camaro LT1 can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1-seconds. This car has turned Read More

Supercharger vs. Turbo – Imports and Domestics Hook-Up on the Street

March 18th, 2022

Which form of forced air induction is best? We all know that there’s no short answer to that question (and that doesn’t even deal with nitrous). It all depends on what you have and how well you use it. Regardless, these competitors will be going all-out on the streets tonight to prove their way is best. Let’s check it out. First up, we have a race between a Ford Mustang 5.0 (with a Paxton blower) and a Chevrolexus. A Chevrolexus is an LS (Chevy V8 engine) swapped Lexus IS with a kit of nitrous. Theoretically, this should be a quick Read More

Camaro LT1 vs. Modified Mustang – Street Rolls

March 17th, 2022

Camaros have been racing Mustangs since muscle cars first rolled off the assembly line. The rivalry rages-on in the streets (of Mexico) and on the track. This video provides documentary evidence. The Camaro LT1 is equipped with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that can turn 650hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. The Camaro weighs in at 3,339-poumds and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5-seconds. This Camaro has been modified with a set of exhaust headers, some weight reduction has also been done and it has an E85 tune from Max Effort. The 5.0 Mustang uses a naturally aspirated Read More

Big Turbo SRT4 Neon vs. Stock Coyote Mustang, BMW 340i and MKV Supra – Street Hits

March 16th, 2022

This video is going street with a pack of dedicated racers ready to show what they got on the interstate (of Mexico). Imports and domestics alike will compete for bragging rights in this clip that is all about the rolls. Roll racing, that is – check it out. First up is a contest between an E85 tuned Coyote Mustang (with exhaust headers) and a BMW 340i. The Beemer has been modified with a performance downpipe, a high-pressure fuel pump and an E30 tune. Mustang is the camera car. These two cars are so closely matched that they split multiple hits Read More

BMW, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Chevy and Pontiac Street Racing – Roll and Dig

December 8th, 2021

The nights are getting cooler, but the street racing is heating up. Tonight, we take a ride with a group of competitors determined to get their race on. They are taking it to the streets for some 40, 50 and 60 mph rolls, as well as a little dig racing. Buckle up! In our first contest, we have a BMW 135i drop top, with an aftermarket exhaust downpipe and a MHD 93 (octane) tune, running against a Subaru WRX STI (with a full roster of bolt-ons and an external wastegate). The BMW jumps out early before the Subaru spools up Read More

LSA Trans Am vs Boosted Coyote Mustang – $3900 Street Dig Race

October 7th, 2021

It’s big money street racing from Southern California (Mexico). This video gives us an up-close look at the Cuban Coyote Ford Mustang and the Boosted Bird Pontiac Trans Am. These are two serious competitors looking for a serious payday. Let’s join the action. Boosted Bird has been outfitted with a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA motor. This is the power plant used in many late model GM performance vehicles (such as the Cadillac CTS-V, Corvette ZR1 and Camaro ZL1). In stock trim, this engine can pump out 650hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. I bet Boosted Bird ain’t stock. The bright blue Read More

BFE Kansas Small Tire Cash Days – Limpy on the Flashlight

June 8th, 2021

We are off to BFE Kansas (Mexico) for some top-tier Small Tire Cash Days street digs. Let’s get to it! After a brief driver’s meeting, chips are drawn, and matchups are set. It’s ten cars (and trucks) in single elimination competition for all the cash. Typical No Prep and street racing rules apply. Limpy the Legend is on the flashlight start. First up is a race between a 1983 Toyota Corolla station wagon (turbocharged LS V8 engine) and a turbo Camaro. Both cars cut a clean light and come out of the hole neck-and-neck. The Corolla takes the advantage near Read More

Sin City Small Tire Cash Days 2K21

May 5th, 2021

The saying is that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Not so true if you’re talking about elite level street racing. It all goes out for the world to see. Here’s a prime example. The Sin City Small Tire Cash Days are a single elimination, winner-take-all affair with ten entrants and a $250 cash buy in. The rules are typical. You can’t jump early. You can’t be first to cross the center line and you have to beat your opponent to the finish line to win. Burnouts are water only. Ready for some hot street racing action? Up first Read More

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