Corvettes Battle on the Streets of Old Mexico

May 20th, 2016

It is a rarefied occasion when I happen across a video in which the camera car is the bully on the block. Well, this is one such video. If I had to choose a catch-phrase for this clip, it would undoubtedly be “see ya” in reference to the commentary that takes place inside the camera car. The camera ‘Vette is red. It is a C5 Z06 with a camshaft upgrade and a Vortec supercharger. Power is estimated at 664hp. The blue C7 Z06 has unknown modifications and claims 750hp. To keep things interesting, there is also a Gen V Coyote Read More

3-Wide Street Racing – GT500 vs Corvette vs Honda

April 21st, 2016

This is straight-up, 3-wide street racing action between a couple of power house sports cars and a Honda. First, the big dogs line-up for some 60mph roll racing. After the GT500 gets through skinning the ‘Vette, the Chevy takes out his pent-up aggression on the Honda in progress. This black beauty Mustang GT500 has a built engine with the camshaft and cylinder heads upgraded; plus there’s a giant 4.2-liter (that’s almost as big as the 5.0-liter engine) Kenne Belle supercharger bolted on top. Horsepower is estimated at 1,000. The Corvette C6Z is equipped with a 100-shot of laughing gas and Read More

Lights Out Champion C5 Corvette

March 12th, 2016

This clip lets you take a run through each individual round of the Lights Out 7 Event in South Georgia as Ken Berry and the crew of the baddest ride in the Radial Tire class go against such competitors as Daniel Pharris in his 102mm twin-turbo Mustang, Stevie ‘Fast’ Jackson in his supercharged Fox Body, and a handful of other elite level racers. Ken promises that they’ll “give it everything they have and borrow some more from the neighbors.” This Vette is well equipped with a ProLine 487-cubic-inch small block, a brand new set of Gen 2 Precision 98-millimeter turbochargers, Read More

V6 Corvette is World’s Fastest 10.5-Inch Tire Car

March 4th, 2016

Who ever dreamed of a V6 engine that amasses 559-cubic-inches – this thing has pistons the size of gallon paint cans – literally. To make this setup more incredible, the car is based in the desert environment of Doha, Qatar and lists the immaculate Qatar Racing Club as its home track. It doesn’t take a genius to see the hand of Al Anabi Performance (AAP) in the KH Series C6 Corvette, which is 7-years in the making. The engine and cylinder heads are custom built and all-aluminum with titanium cylinder inserts. A pair of Precision 98-millimeter turbochargers provide the forced air induction. Read More

3500HP Eighth-Mile Monster Vette

March 1st, 2016

This may be one of the baddest looking cars ever to scarf up the pavement. It’s a 2014 (C7) Chevrolet Corvette owned by Andrew Alepa and piloted by Rob Valden. With plenty of help from Rick Steven’s Race Cars, Pro Line, and RK Racecraft, the team showed up at this Duck X lights Out 7 event (South Georgia Motorsports Park) in search of a $50,000 payday. This behemoth has the best of everything it takes to make it go really fast. It is powered by a Pro Line built Outlaw 548 cubic-inch HEMI with a Fuel Tech FT500 fuel injection Read More

Bowtie Street Battle – Camaro vs Corvette

December 29th, 2015

This video shows us a roll racing contest between a big money supercar and a high profile retro muscle car. Both cars are daily drivers and both are pushing some serious ponies. The Corvette is sporting a 6.2-liter LS3 Chevrolet V8 engine and an A&A Supercharger (8 to 10-pounds of boost). Naturally, it also has all the necessary programming mods to go along with it. It is making around 600hp. The Camaro is outfitted with a Paxton Novi 1500 supercharger (10 psi), an East Coast Supercharger (ECS) camshaft upgrade, and it is making about 700hp. This is some hard fought Read More

High Horsepower Street Slugfest

December 17th, 2015

This extensive list of cars reads like the murderer’s row of street racing. You don’t want to miss out when this many top-tier street racers (import and domestic) show up on the highways and bi-ways of Mexico. This may be the single best collection of elite level street racers ever assembled in one place! If you love Corvettes, then you’ll love this clip. First there’s a 706whp C7 Z06 with a exhaust headers, a camshaft and lower pulley upgrade, a heat exchanger with tank, and an RPM built tuner. Then you have an Evo with a Tscomp 2.0-liter engine, a Read More

Mutant Unicorn ‘Vette Makes 2400HP

November 16th, 2015

Hold on to your hats fellas! This Chevrolet Corvette mutation is gobbling up the competition like a pig eats corn. Originally built for street racing, this beast is still trying to gain some traction in the roll racing game but once he gets the handling issues sorted, we look for 200 mph+ closed airstrip passes at will. The guys at D3 Performance Engineering have really outdone themselves with this monster. It features a LME (Late Model Engines) built 414-cubic-inch LS based engine with a pair of 88-millimeter turbochargers sticking out of the hood. With Pro Fuel Injection, C127 MoTech instrumentation, a Read More

Turbo Mustang vs Supercharged Vette Street Racing

November 2nd, 2015

This street battle not only encompasses a time honored tradition between Ford AND Chevy but also concerns players from two distinctively different forced air induction camps. The popular Ford Mustang Boss edition is equipped with a bullet proof stock 5.0-liter V8 engine with upgraded valvetrain components and an EDP 7675 turbocharger. The Corvette uses a supercharger in conjunction with a stock 6.2-liter V8 with upgraded cylinder heads, camshaft, and a set of long tube exhaust headers. The Ford claims 900hp and the Vette boasts 800hp. This looks like 60 mph roll racing and the Chevy gets the jump on the Read More

Dig Racing from Atlanta – Corvette Z06 vs Lambo, GT-R & Hellcat

October 21st, 2015

If what this ‘Vette does to the competition is an example of Southern hospitality – then I don’t believe I’ll have any – thanks anyhow. The Chevrolet C6 Corvette Z06 rolls off the assembly line with a 505hp 7.0-liter LS7 with titanium alloy connecting rods and a dry sump oiling system. This particular car has been treated to a camshaft upgrade, a high-flow intake manifold, and a nitrous kit. No estimated horsepower rating has been made available at this time. You certainly don’t expect a $65k Chevy to spank a $240k Lamborghini Gallardo but that is exactly what happens at Read More

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