Ultimate Porsche Turbo – 2020 991 Turbo S Ride Along  

July 3rd, 2020

Amidst a sea of stunning sports cars, the latest Porsche 911 may be the best yet. The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S (internally designated 992) is a beast of a handcrafted German sports car that can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.5-seconds. However, it isn’t only fast – with huge ceramic brakes, 20-inch wheels (front), 21-inch wheels (rear) and four-wheel steering, the latest version of the Turbo S can stop and handle with the best in the world. The 992 Turbo S is powered by a twin-turbocharged (intercooled) 3.8-liter flat six-cylinder engine. The 992 not only has Read More

Rocky Mountain Race Week (Day 3)-3000HP Camaro ZL1

June 30th, 2020

First of all, you must check out the V8 powered Jeep Wrangler at the start of this video. This guy has built a beast of a car that runs 8-second passes with ease. It even has a sweet little trailer to match (turquoise paint and all). Then there’s Cleetus – that’s all that need be said about him. Also, we ran into the guys who broke their car along the road. Not to be outdone, they picked up a Grand Marquis clunker and were in the midst of installing a nitrous kit. These guys actually made some passes and were Read More

Tommy Two Gunz Nitrous S-10 Street Wheelies

June 29th, 2020

Little brother Tommy has really got his small block Chevy S-10 hooking up like crazy. Well, Dad might have a little to do with Tommy’s success. In fact, he might be up for Father of the Year. Tommy’s dad knows something about getting from A to B and he seems to have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the cold go-go juice (nitrous). Check out this rocket ship of a stock S-10 pickup. What is going on under the hood of this truck, the stock body ain’t ready for – take a look. Dad runs through the ins-and-outs Read More

Forza 1100HP Trackhawk vs 2020 Tesla Model 3 Performance

June 27th, 2020

It ain’t everyday that you get to see a big gas-burning SUV take on an all-electric nightmare – on the street or anywhere else. Thanks to Brenton Brown, founder and President of Forza Tuning and Performance (Clearwater, Florida), we get to see the Forza Demonhawk (Trackhawk) run the wildly powerful Tesla Model 3 from a dig. The 2018 Jeep Trackhawk has been upgraded with a Forza Stage 4R Package and a Demon supercharger. The Demonhawk is all-wheel drive but still experiences traction issues on occasion. If the Demonhawk fails to hook up against the Tesla, it will get very ugly, Read More

Rocky Mountain Race Week (Day Two)-888HP Turbo Mini Van

June 25th, 2020

If you don’t envision lush mountain scenery when you think drag racing, then you ain’t lived through Rocky Mountain Race Week. Of course, you run into all the typical “race car on a road trip” hazards. Murphy’s Law is in full effect with everything from overheating engines to fading brakes to melted wiring to driving awards. It’s all in a day’s work during RMRW 2020. This week-long contest involves four race sessions in five days with a 1,000-mile road trip over the Rockies. In this run-what-ya-brung event, you must drive the vehicle that you will be racing and hit checkpoints Read More

2020 Mustang GT500 vs Challenger SRT HEMI – Street Hits

June 24th, 2020

Greetings racing fans; just headed out today to see a third-party registration specialist about getting decals for the Mustang Boss 302. The place is in San Diego so, that means some interesting canyon curves in the Mopar. Two homies and I piled into the Challenger SRT HEMI for the ride and a bit of lunch. Let’s see what happened. The Challenger felt great on the canyon roads. She’s big and heavy but the tires stick to those s-curves like glue. On the ride home, I noticed that we were getting trolled by a 2020 Mustang GT500. Seemed like he wanted Read More

Insane Audi RS3 Sedan – 600HP Street Sleeper

June 23rd, 2020

Hello, drag racing fans and import lovers in particular. Allow me to introduce Mark and his 2018 Audi RS3. This sedan looks like a kitten but sounds like a tiger. At first glance, this thing could be mistaken for a stock model. Even after the hood is popped, it takes a trained eye to spot the bolt-ons that make this car a street beast. Take a look. Make the mistake of looking past the tires and wheels and this Audi looks bone stock. That is no accident. It is a purpose-built street sleeper. Under the hood a stock 5-cylinder 2.5-liter Read More

1971 Twin Turbo Chevy C10 – No Prep Monster

June 19th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to the I-29 Dragway for the Joe Hunt Memorial Race. This event was initiated by Beater Bomb to memorialize his best friend. Hunt was killed while participating in a legal street race in Coffeyville, Kansas. This event drew more competitors than ever to this venue. Long live the legend of Joe Hunt. As for the truck featured in this video; the owner paid $800 for it when he was only 13-years old. Years later, she’s rolling on a Kris Craft custom chassis. The C10 is powered by a Chevrolet small block engine (415 C.I.D.) Read More

Track Hits – 1300HP 3000GT VR4 vs 900HP Camaro SS and 1000HP Mustang

June 18th, 2020

This may be the fastest street driven DSM 3000GT VR4 in existence. Brian started with a stock 1997 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 and built it into the 1300hp beast you see in this video. Let’s check him out as he takes on all comers during the latest TRC Invitational from the Palm Beach International Raceway in sunny Florida. Under the hood of this stunning Mitsubishi is a 3.2-liter engine (Brian Crower stroker crankshaft) built with R&R aluminum connecting rods and JE pistons. Engine machining was handled by Mazworx Manufacturing. The turbocharger has been upgraded to a Precision 7685. The car is regularly Read More

Crazy Turbo Firebird – 4000HP Street Beast

June 17th, 2020

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to the Alamo City Motorplex in Houston, Texas. Allow me to introduce Fabian Bell and his wild Pontiac Firebird, Godzilla. This twin turbocharged Poncho is one of the wildest builds that we have ever seen. Let’s take a closer look. Under the hood is an all-aluminum big block with all the trimmings – and that’s about it. The twin turbo setup (twin 98-millimeter units) is routed through the passenger seat and out the rear windshield. Dual inlet snouts are positioned in the front windshield. This is a crazy setup and NHRA officials are unsure Read More

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