Pack of McLaren Racers Take on Texas Streets

July 22nd, 2021

Summer is here and the time is right for racing in the streets! That ain’t the way the song goes but it sure makes for some interesting evenings. Let’s get down to Texas (Mexico) and see what all these McLarens are buzzing about. The first McLaren to take the interstate is rolling against a twin turbocharged Dodge Viper. That’s creating a ton of horsepower when you add twin turbos to an already potent 8.4-liter V10. The Viper gets the early advantage but can’t hold the McLaren off through the trap. McLaren FTW. Next, the TT Viper takes on a pair 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

Street Science – SSTX GT-R vs Kong Ported Corvette ZR1

June 29th, 2021

There’s little that compares with warm summer nights and roll racing on a semi-deserted stretch of interstate (down Mexico way). That’s what we have going on tonight when four sultans of the street science come to grips for some intense street hits under the stars. Have a look. First, we have a contest between a twin turbo Fox Body (small block Ford engine) and a late model Mustang with a Coyote motor. The Fox Body is running 80-millimeter turbos and a 3-speed Powerglide transmission. It has posted a best quarter-mile elapsed time of 8.9-seconds. The Coyote motor is making 800hp Read More

2000+HP AMS Built Lamborghini Huracan – World’s Fastest?

June 22nd, 2021

Greetings drag racing fans! Say hello to Jordan Martin and his 7-Second Lamborghini Huracan drag car. At the heart of this record setting Huracan is an AMS built 5.2-liter V10 engine with a pair of Garret turbochargers. Other notables include an AMS billet intake manifold, JRZ suspension components and Mickey Thompson tires. Jordan has taken this Lambo into the 7-second range before, but he hopes to move even closer to the elusive sixes this weekend during the Hail Mary Derby. An initial pass of 7.70 @ 180 mph raises plenty of eyebrows among the spectators, but Jordan is unimpressed. He’s Read More

V8Bait 7-Second Subaru Makes 1300HP

June 10th, 2021

As a racer, one must realize that it isn’t a matter of if you will break parts, but when and how many. The real question is: Can you fix what’s broke in time to get back in the show? That’s precisely the situation the V8Bait crew found themselves in during last weekend’s event. It finally came down to a situation in which the engine had to be swapped in about one hour. Can these guys get it done? Watch. Fresh off the trailer, the STi posted an 8.44 @ 172.85 mph. The car was loose out of the hole and Read More

Kimbo Nissan GT-R – Six-Second Quarter-Mile

June 4th, 2021

She-maneti! This is one boisterous GT-R! The Kimbo Slice (R.I.P. Brother) Nissan GT-R out of Houston, Texas is on a quest to run a six-second quarter-mile. Problem is that the car seems to be fighting the crew every step of the way. Rest assured, this crew is utilizing every weapon in their arsenal to tame this renegade Nissan and post a six-second quarter-mile. It was Day 1 and Kimbo started out impressively enough with a 7.19-second run at 207.24 mph. Not too shabby, but these guys are looking to go sixes. Day 2 offers more of the same with an Read More

Desert City Small Tire Cash Days New Mexico

May 29th, 2021

Surrounded by desert on both sides, these Small Tire No Prep/Street Racing competitors are prepared to go for the gusto in a head-to-head contest of power, speed and durability. The buy-in is $250 per car and ten racers have shown up. That means $2,500 (plus spectator donations) to the overall winner. There is a diverse assortment of vehicles on hand for this shindig. Import and domestic manufacturers are equally well represented. Turbocharged, supercharged, nitrous enhanced and naturally aspirated vehicles are all in attendance. Normal street racing rules apply. Let’s get to it. In the first race of the shootout, we Read More

Import vs. Domestic – Twin Turbo GT-R vs. All-Motor 1967 Camaro

May 18th, 2021

This here is the story of the Princess and the Lumberjack. Nope, it ain’t no fairytale. It’s a three race shootout between an imported supercar and a meat-and-potatoes muscle car. Build in the 90s, the Camaro has posted an 8-second quarter-mile, but the Princess GT-R is driven by a professional. Let’s get down to some 1,000-foot dig racing action. The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro (800hp) is equipped with a massive 540 cubic-inch big block race motor. It is built to the gills and naturally aspirated. This Camaro is running in the Big Tire Class with a giant 32-inch (tall) by 14-inch 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

600WHP Subaru BRZ – Turbo Street Racing Nightmare

May 11th, 2021

At a curb weight of only 2,800-pounds, the 2016 Subaru BRZ is considered a sub-compact sports car. Featured in this video is the BRZ of a humble guy named Mark. He will be treating us to a ride down south of the border for some street racing action. The Subaru BRZ was equipped with a four-cylinder (2.0-liter of 2.4-liter) naturally aspirated engine. The tiny car only made 205hp from the factory. This just didn’t work for Mark. So, after experimenting with various supercharger setups, he selected a JDL turbocharger arrangement that is currently blowing his proverbial skirt up. The 2.0-liter Read More

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