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

Best of the Best – Street Racing Around the World

December 22nd, 2020

This video is a compilation of the best street racing we have ever filmed. There are vehicles that make less than 300hp and some that make more than 2,000hp. These clips were gathered from years of street racing (roll and dig) from almost every corner of the planet. Enjoy. Our first race of the evening is of the dig variety. Featured in this contest are a twin turbocharged Gen II Camaro and a 2,500hp Nissan GT-R. Both cars cut a clean light and the Camaro takes the early advantage. Eventually, the all-wheel drive platform and massive horsepower of the GT-R Read More

Ohio Cash Days – 35 Car Single Elimination Dig Races

October 8th, 2020

Wow! This is one narrow stretch of country road with cornfields on either side. That ain’t stopping these guys. Some of the baddest street racers in the land have shown up here for a full day of winner-take-all dig races from this secluded setting. Only thirty of the thirty-five cars invited could make the trip so, the total payout ($200 per car) came up to $6,000. Not a terrible payout for a day of playing in the corn rows. The rules are simple: don’t leave early, don’t cross the center line and be first to cross the finish line. If Read More

Saturday Night No Prep from the Ice Cream Cruise

September 12th, 2020

Every week, after the main event, No Prep racers hang around for some Saturday night fun in the Small Tire Class. Some of the baddest racers in the land show up and let it fly on the eighth mile. Amazing competitors like Beater Bomb in his Fox Body Mustang, Russ Freeman in his WS6 Trans Am, Blaine in his Gen IV Camaro and Salty in the baddest Chevy Cobalt on the planet have turned out to claim bragging right in the 10.5-inch (tire) Class. Time for some drag racing! The Silver Camaro Z28 is running a 388 cubic-inch (all-aluminum) Dart Read More

Cornfield Throwdown – $5000 Midwest Cash Days

July 28th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Midwest (Mexico) Cash Days! Twenty-four of the hardest-hitting street cars in the United States have shown up for this No Prep Throwdown on a narrow strip of blacktop that cuts like a razor through the center of a cornfield. This is single elimination dig racing with the rules you’d expect – don’t jump early, don’t be first to cross the center line and cross the finish line before the other guy. Let’s take a trip to the country to find out who has the goods to claim the cash. Our cameraman encounters a Read More

550HP Rear Engine Acura Integra – Trolling the Streets

May 28th, 2020

You boys (and girls) like Mexico? I certainly hope so, ‘cause it is time to dip down into Old Mexico for some door-handle-to-door-handle roll racing on the interstate. Featured in this video is a rear-wheel drive Acura Integra with a rear mounted engine. Yeah, an engine in the trunk! As the cameraman climbs onboard, this driver searches the streets for some V8 powered cruisers to shock. Let’s see what happens when the rubber meets the road. Powering this unique build is a stock V6 engine (3.0-liter) with a Precision 6466 turbocharger. Everything about this car screams “race ready” but can Read More

Murder Nova Goes Rounds at Throwdown in T-Town 2020

May 19th, 2020

Shane and his maxed-out Murder Nova showed up at the Tulsa Raceway Park to do battle with a whole herd of Pro-Mods. You might remember Shane and his car from the Street Outlaws series on the Discovery Channel. In this clip, Shane is off the streets and throwing down on the strip. Buckle up – this is going to be a wild one! Nobody would argue that mistakes were made during the first two rounds of qualifying. Stuff happens, then you overcome your shortcomings and get back on track. That’s part of what makes racing fun. In this case, Shane Read More

Stick Shift Shootout – Fastest Manual Trans Cars in the World

May 8th, 2020

With names like the Minion Mustang, the Grub Worm Camaro and the Grannas Racing Supra, many of the major automakers are represented in this field. The twin turbo Minion is the fastest stick shift manual Ford Mustang on the planet. The Grub Worm is the fastest stick shift Chevrolet Camaro in existence and the Grannas Supra is the quickest Toyota stick shift in the world. This video documents what happens when all these outstanding competitors come together at TX2K20 for a winner-take-all stick shift shootout to determine an overall king of the gear rowers. No gimmicks here folks – and Read More

Chevy Shootout – Corvette vs SS vs Camaro

December 7th, 2019

Hello race fans and welcome to a night of street racing featuring some awesome Chevrolet competitors. In this clip, you will see a flock of modified Corvette coupes, some Camaro entries and even a Chevrolet SS sedan or two. First up is a black Corvette C5. It has undergone some radical mods, including a 414 cubic-inch engine (Texas Speed?) and an F1A Procharger. Next, is a (600hp) Chevrolet SS with a D1SC Procharger Kit. Then we have a white LS3 Corvette with modified cylinder heads, camshaft and intake manifold. He’s making about 490hp at the rear wheels. A 670hp Camaro Read More

4800HP Camaro Goes Small Tire

November 26th, 2019

Bill Lutz and the crew from CIA Performance built a Camaro which is the focal point of this video. Bill has drag raced about every way possible; quarter-mile, eighth-mile, No Prep, Outlaw, Street, not to mention big tire and small tire. He has campaigned this Camaro for more than 15-years and has been very successful. Let’s drop in for a look. Making this rocket fly is a 477 cubic-inch Miner Brothers Racing engine with a pair of 98-millimeter Bullseye turbochargers. A Haltech unit is being used as a stand-alone controller and each cylinder is outfitted with dual Atomizer 800-pound fuel Read More

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