Quest for 200 MPH – Mustang GT500 Standing Half-Mile

August 31st, 2022

Palm Beach Dyno has become a leading name in speed – especially as it pertains to forced air induction. Today, we have Ken (from PBD) paying some serious attention to research and development. He will be experimenting with a pair of modified Shelby Mustang GT500s. The venue is the Indiana Half Mile sponsored by SHIFT S3CTOR. The first car, owned by Brandi who will also be taking some turns behind the wheel, is a Mustang GT500 outfitted with a PBD X900S package. The second car is also a Shelby GT500, however it is equipped with the cutting edge CX1600R package Read More

Fast Hellcats Jump on 1100HP Mustang GT500 – Street Hits

August 25th, 2022

This clip opens up with an 1100hp Mustang GT500 trolling the streets (of Mexico) for a bit of roll racing action. It doesn’t take long before the GT500 owner encounters a pair of Dodge Hellcat owners who are also in the mood for a leisurely stroll down the interstate. One is a Dodge Charger Hellcat sedan and the other is a Dodge Challenger Hellcat coupe. Both are among the most capable Mopars in the area. Let’s see how it shakes out. After a casual contest with a bad looking Porsche, the GT500 rolls out against the Charger Hellcat. The two Read More

Redneck Science – Two Week 1500HP Demon Drag Car Build

August 13th, 2022

You have a brand-new Demon crate motor, a Hellcat body and two-weeks until you must be live on the dragstrip at Roadkill Nights in Detroit. Could you do it? That’s the situation for Westen Champlin and his team of Redneck Scientists. Despite being in the midst of a mud buggy conversion for the Hellcat, Wes and crew believe they can make the two-week deadline. They have the front and rear suspension systems. With a big upgrade to the rear suspension/differential unit, these Redneck Scientists have made their Hellcat a “roller”. A set of Weld Racing wheels give this build a Read More

Street Racing Channel vs. Skinny Road with Limpy on the Light

August 8th, 2022

We have Limpy on the light again. As we have established, that is indicative of a big money street race. This one-night event will net the winner a pot of $6k (plus side action). With 20+ fast cars expected, this should be a good one. As if that weren’t interesting enough, the venue for this evening is a narrow road through the middle of a Midwestern corn field (beans on one side). You know what “they” say; It might be skinny, but at least it ain’t flat. On a side note, a skinny road like this might be a challenge Read More

Real Streets of Las Vegas – Liz Musi vs. Boddie for $4800

July 28th, 2022

There’s plenty of posturing and smack talking in this short clip. It seems that Boddie (in the Trackhawk) has been letting his alligator mouth write checks that his jaybird backside can’t cash. He’s been trash talking Liz Musi (in the Camaro) about whipping her on the street. The time for retribution is now. Chances are, when a serious racer (like Liz Musi) shows up early to test the road, she’s intent on winning some money. That’s certainly the case tonight. Liz showed up in her nitrous burning 1968 Camaro that she calls Norma Jean. Insinuations have been made that Liz, Read More

Lucid Air GT Performance vs. Dodge Charger Jailbreak – Drag Race

July 22nd, 2022

Here’s another one of those battles between raw American performance and precision American technology. Two vehicles could not be more different from one another. One is total electric, and the other is pure nostalgia. Let’s have a look. The Lucid Air GT Performance is an electric executive sedan produced in the United States. With electric motors in the front and rear, the all-wheel drive Lucid Air GT Performance can produce the equivalent of 1,050hp and accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5-seconds – and that ain’t even the fastest model. The Air Dream Edition Performance can generate the equivalent Read More

Tesla Plaid Owner Challenges 1000WHP Corvette ZR1 Owner – Street Hits

July 21st, 2022

Everybody who is anybody in street racing has heard about the exploits of the phenomenon known as the Tesla Plaid. This zero-emission, all-electric production sedan is capable of consistent 9-second quarter-mile passes as long as the battery is fully charged. Exactly what is the most intimidating aspect of the Tesla Plaid? The power? It has the capacity to generate more than 1,000hp. The acceleration? With its all-wheel drivetrain, the Plaid hooks up like nobody’s business. Maybe it’s the exhaust note? Nope, it’s a silent killer. The scariest part about the Tesla Plaid is the consistency. The Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, on Read More

HEMI Swapped 1959 Austin Healy Sprite

July 19th, 2022

This build epitomizes the strategy of cramming a huge V8 engine into a tiny vehicle just for the fun of it. Owned by the Marian family, this “Bugeye” Sprite has been in the works for approximately fifty-six years. Engineer Vaughn Marian began tinkering with the tiny car in 1966. When his two sons came along, they assisted Vaughn – who is an engineer by trade. The car has been outfitted with several HEMI engines throughout the years. The latest rebuild consists of a custom frame (built to handle the unique running gear), Corvette ZR1 suspension (front and rear) and ZR1 Read More

1000WHP Corvette ZR1 vs. 1300WHP TT Hellcat – Track Battle

July 13th, 2022

So, these guys have been talking plenty of smack over the last two-years. In the past, whenever these two cars were in the same place, there was some sort of problem. When one car was ready to race, the other car was broken. On and on it went. Finally, both competitors are on hand and prepared to race. Time to put up or shut up at Pocono. The Corvette ZR1 is the flagship of the Chevrolet lineup. With a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, the stock ZR1 is capable of producing 650hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. This ‘Vette has been Read More

Upsets Galore – Rocky Mountain Race Week Final Day

June 27th, 2022

This is it! It’s the final day of RMRW and there’s a shootout brewing. With most of the classes already decided, the best-of-the-best were still up in the air. Super-fast rides like Alex Taylor’s ShoeBox Chevy, Cleetus McFarland’s twin turbo El Camino (Mullet) and Jason Hurley’s Meltdown II Firebird were looking for glory. The Index Racing format was thrown out for a No Time Shootout strategy that would pit some of the baddest vehicles in the country in head-to-head competition. It’s going to be pandemonium! First to the starting line was Mullet against the Gen II Camaro of Jim Parkison. Read More

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