FL2K21 Afterhours – Import vs Domestic Street Hits

October 15th, 2021

This clip takes us down south for some FL2K21 afterhours action. When the venue closes, these competitive gearheads are just getting started. They leak out onto the interstate (of Mexico) for some insane street hits. It’s import versus domestic, Mustang GT500 versus McLaren, Corvette Z06 versus Nissan GT-R and a whole lot more. Have a look! First up is a supercharged LS3 (GM V8) Corvette (camera car) against a Coyote (modular Ford V8) Mustang with a ported Odin blower. The ‘Vette beats the Mustang, but he can’t get enough. The Ford goes on to get whipped in multiple hits. Next, Read More

1600WHP Mustang Cobra Versus the World

September 24th, 2021

Tony’s twin turbo Mustang Cobra is one of the most capable street cars north of the Mason-Dixon line. Without discrimination, Tony has intimidated competitors on the street and strip for nearly two-decades. This outstanding Cobra has whipped turbo street bikes and posted consistent 8-second quarter-mile elapsed times. It’s an all-around street beast. Under the hood of Tony’s 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra is a fully built 4.6-liter modular motor from Ford. A pair of Precision 6870 turbochargers force copious amounts of air into the snake and the transmission is a GM TH400 automatic. Maximum output is 1600hp to the rear wheels. Read More

Half-Mile Airstrip Attack – 200 MPH Drag Racing

August 17th, 2021

Ever wonder what it would be like to drag race through an Indiana corn field? Well, wonder no more. This video takes through the Semi-Final round of the 2021 Indy Airstrip Attack (presented by Indiana Corn Marketing Council and First Farmers Bank & Trust). Some of the baddest half-milers in the Midwest have shown up to claim their share of fame and fortune. Let’s drop-in on this crucial round of half-mile drag racing action. Early in the day we have a 2017 Volkswagen Golf R (1100hp) getting ready to tackle a 2011 BMW 328i (800hp). This is a battle of Read More

Tesla Model S Plaid World Record Pass

July 28th, 2021

Who would have ever thunk it? The latest and greatest thing on the drag strip and street is an all-electric vehicle manufactured in the good old U.S. of A.? The Tesla Model S Plaid is blowing the doors off everything with the stones to line up next to it. This video gives us the opportunity to get up close as Chad Roberson takes down the (Plaid) world record during the MITM Elite gathering at the World Wide Technology Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri. The all-wheel drive Tesla Model S Plaid utilizes a trio of lithium-ion powered electric motors to manufacture Read More

Acura NSX vs. Nismo GT-R – Drag and Roll Racing

July 21st, 2021

What we have here is a contest of speed, acceleration and braking that involves two of the most iconic sports cars in modern automobile history. Both these cars have long been mainstays in the performance car enthusiast community. Let’s get these two specimens out on the pavement and see what shakes out when the rubber hits the road. Both these Japanese made masterpieces feature electronic torque vectoring all-wheel drive. While the Acura NSX institutes some very innovative technology, the Nismo GT-R holds fast to the proven layout that earned it the nickname “Godzilla”. The NSX utilizes a twin turbocharged 3.5-liter Read More

All-Wheel Drive Honda Civic – 8-Second Nightmare

June 26th, 2021

The words “all-wheel drive” and Honda Civic don’t usually go together. Then again, Harry Sparks and his crew at Sparks Racing sort of specialize in making good things even better. Check out what they have done with this ninth-generation Honda Civic Coupe. The foundation of it all begins with the all-wheel drivetrain from a 2010 Honda CR-V. Harry chose the CR-V suspension because of the similarities between it and the Civic. Under the bonnet is a 2.4-liter (Z7) inline 4-cylinder engine with an older V-TEC cylinder head (strategically worked). The engine block is sleeved with a stock crankshaft and CP Read More

In Speed We Trust – 2500HP GT-R vs 600HP Hyabusa

May 15th, 2021

Coming at you from the Kansas Airstrip Attack, it’s SuperRowl 2021! On hand for this eagerly anticipated event is a 2,000hp Calvo Motorsports Viper, a 2,500hp T1 Race Development Nissan GT-R, a 1,500+hp Nissan GT-R build by Fabshop Miami, a 2,400hp Cicio Nissan GT-R and a 1,200hp IROZ Audi RS3 – just to name a few. There are also some lightning-fast bikes, including a 600hp Hyabusa. All races in this Class are from 60 mph to 180 mph with cameramen in the passenger seat. Keeping it street. One of the biggest attractions of the event, a T1 GT-R blew a Read More

FWD 1100HP Turbo Acura vs RWD Nitrous Mopar – Drag Race

May 6th, 2021

This is a tale of two very different cars. The first is a turbocharged, front-wheel drive import with a four-cylinder engine. The second is a domestic production, rear-wheel drive car powered by a massive V8 engine with “just a bit” of nitrous. Settle in and let’s see how this one shakes out. On the import side is a 1992 Acura Integra GSR. It has been thoroughly modified with a built (1.9-liter) engine and a big turbo. Maximum output is dyno certified to be 1,100hp. The transmission is a 4-speed automatic and the GSR weighs in at 2,450-pounds. Very little about Read More

Import Extravaganza – TX2K21 Streets

April 23rd, 2021

  When these gearheads are not laying it down on the track, they take all the smack talk, posturing and competitive spirit to the streets (of Mexico). Unfortunately, even the best laid plans sometimes come unraveled. When this TX2K21 Cash Days fell apart, these racers set out on a spontaneous evening of grudge racing and call outs. The imports were the feature attraction, and they did not disappoint. First up is a contest between an all-wheel drive K20 turbo hatchback Honda Civic and a – hold up, the cops arrive and shut the whole thing down. That necessitates a change Read More

E85 Jeep Trackhawk vs. Acura NSX – Street Dig Pass

April 13th, 2021

This clip just goes to show that you never know what you will roll up against on the street. You can’t blame a guy (or gal) for wanting to push the limits of their new sports car. How else are you going to know what it will do? However, a spoonful of discretion may save you a truck load of embarrassment if you call out the wrong sled. First, ask what modifications have been performed on your potential victim. Most hot-rodders and gearheads will tell you all about what has been done to their precious ride. Next, just listen. If Read More

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