The 405 gets an unusual callout from a bunch of mouthy racers with super fast import cars. Murder Nova, Chief, Chuck, Shane, Kamikaze and Boosted are in for a shock, when the ricer cars prove to be faster than anyone imagined.
The OKC List season is up, but that doesn’t mean racing has to stop. It’s time for the most wicked Cash Days anyone has seen yet. Chief arranges for the top 5 of the 405’s list (plus Dominator) to enter and take on the other fastest drivers from the southeast. Just like The List, this Cash Days is the fastest yet. Unbeknownst to the Midwest Street Cars crew there’s one more driver that wants to enlist and it’s Mike Murillo who’s hired the crew to turn his track car into a lean-mean street-raced machine. His first race on the street he wants to be Cash Days. Chief and Murder Nova Shawn worry that they just gave Murillo a winning ticket with the modifications and tunings they made. It’s a $1,000 buy-in with a winner-take-all pot of $16,000.
On the other side of town, while everyone else is getting ready for Cash Days, Farmtruck has his own project he’s working on. AZN had recently played a prank on him and bought Farmtruck a mobility scooter or power chair (however you want to call it) Farmtruck decided to take it to his Mad Scientist friend and beef it up. He got it back and after a few races against AZN they decided to take it onto the open road and see how fast they could get it going. They clocked it at just over 40 mph. They decided they can get it even more powerful and to make a run at the world record with their new, “Power Scare.”
While Farmtruck works on improving Power Scare, our team of drivers booked it down to North Texas for Cash Days. The full list of drivers outside of the OKC crew is Ronnie Pace (driving 2 cars), David Eatman, Student Driver, Ky Kelly, Bobby “Hollywood” Treadwell, Whiteboy, Randy Thorne, Krazy Kelly and Mike Murillo.
First up was Ronnie Pace in his black Yenko vs. Dominator. Both cars left hard but Ronnie’s car didn’t have enough power behind it to out run Dominator. Next was Ky Kelly vs. “Hollywood” Bobby. There was no competition, Ky Kelly booked his pro-mod Camaro down the road and won by over a bus-length. 3rd race was Ronnie Pace in his green Yenko vs. David Eatman in a car he lovingly titles, “Your Mom.” David tried to tree Ronnie but instead jumped the light, sacrificing his spot to Ronnie.
The 4th race was another one of the OKC crew, Doc vs. Student Driver. Doc’s Street Beast has been making the perfect passes lately so he wasn’t worried. Doc was quick off the line and ended up winning by about 5 car lengths. Next up was Doc’s best bud Monza, vs. newcomer but highly decorated track racer, Mike Murillo. Neither driver was taking the other lightly. Monza backfired right out of the gate and a fireball blew out of the back of the hood, over the windshield, losing him the race before he could get past the 60ft line.
The last 3 of the races were the most important for the OKC crew. Murder Nova Shawn was up against Whiteboy who was a Cash Days veteran with a couple wins under his belt. The Murder Nova blew it’s tires off the road, wheelied and came down crooked. Before Shawn could gather things up, Whiteboy was off down the road. Next was Big Chief vs. Randy Thorne. Big Chief being the newly crowned leader of OKC’s List, has a reputation to keep and is basically the go-to guy to keep the title of the “Nation’s Fastest Street Raced Cars” in Oklahoma. Big Chief took off fast and straight, so things look good for him at the time being. Lastly is Daddy Dave vs. Krazy Kelly. If Big Chief ends up losing in the later rounds it would be up to Daddy Dave to carry OKC’s title so his load isn’t too light either. Daddy Dave took off and was ahead in the 1st 60ft but not by much. He maintained the lead but blew up his engine just as he crossed the finish line and taking the win. He may have won the 1st round, but now he has an engine to repair in 24 hours or else he forfeits his spot in the 2nd round.
We’ll see how it turns out next Monday.
Race # 1:
Drivers: Ronnie Pace vs. Dominator
Cars: Black Car Chevy Nova 730 ci Big Block Nitrous Engine, Big Tire
Race # 2:
Drivers: Ky Kelly vs. Bobby (Hollywood) Treadwell
Cars: Ky – 3rd Gen Pro Mod Camaro 638 ci BBC Engine * Hollywood – 36’ Plymouth Coupe 598 ci BBC Nitrous-Plate Engine
Winner: Ky Kelly
Race # 3:
Drivers: Ronnie Pace vs. David Eatman
Cars: Your Mom – 69’ Nova BBC * Green Yenko Nova 565 ci” Nitrous Motor
Winner: Ronnie Pace
Race # 4:
Drivers: Student Driver vs. Doc
Cars: 1970 Chevy Nova 565 ci” BBC
Race # 5:
Drivers: Mike Murillo vs. Monza
Cars: Lafawnduh: 93’ Twin Turbo Mustang LX 542 ci BBC
Winner: Mike Murillo
Drivers: White Boy vs. Murder Nova Shawn
Cars: 240z Datsun 2 Chassis, Big Tire and Light
Race # 7:
Drivers: Big Chief vs. Randy Thorne
Cars: 67’ Camaro 632 ci BBC Nitrous Engine
Winner: Big Chief
Race # 8:
Drivers: Daddy Dave vs. Krazy Kelly
Cars: 57’ Chevrolet Small Block (No boost controllers, limited electronics)
Winner: Daddy Dave
This week’s episode of Street Outlaws was filled with tight races, redemption and tragedy. Dominator had his work cut out for him with all of the drivers lined up to go at his #10 gatekeeper position. Between, Kayla Morton, Chuck, Varley and now Jeff Lutz with his beastly bel air, it wasn’t set out to be a long night for Dominator.
The first race of the night was the infamous Kayla Morton from last season vs Dominator. After a few fights almost broke out, all criticizing Kayla’s driving, the race was on. Dominator was off the line like a bat out of hell. Kayla might as well have been going in reverse. Her nitrous never kicked on and basically gave the win to Dominator.
Up next was Dominator vs Jeff Lutz. Lutz’s car proved how powerful it was earlier in the episode when the Midwest Street Cars team tested it on the Dyno machine. Dominator was nervous but didn’t show it on the street. He was hot off the line, it was a bumper to bumper race but Dominator took the win.
Dominator proved he didn’t belong at #10 after he beat Jeff Lutz so he called out Andrade. Within a few seconds off the line Andrade lost control of the car, spun out and went up over the curb, practically totaling his car. Sadly race night was over and Andrade had to pull his car off the list.
The Street Outlaws OKC crew gathered for a second race night a couple of days later. Dominator wanted to get a little farther from the gatekeeper position and called out BoostedGT. Boosted tried to turn his car up a bit to keep up with Dominator but just ended up spinning his tires while Dominator crossed the finish line.
Next was a race between two 405 legends for the open 10-spot, Varley and Chuck. Varley just finished tuning up his car after a major wheelie-fall at the track, but it wasn’t enough to compete with Chuck. The Gold Car leaned left off the line and Chuck blew by winning by several car lengths. Finally Chuck and his Death Trap are back on the list.
Drivers: Kayla Morton vs Dominator
Drivers: Lutz vs Dominator
Drivers: BoostedGT vs Andrade
Drivers: Andrade vs Dominator
Drivers: Dominator vs Boosted GT
Drivers: Chuck vs Varley
It’s a battle for the Gatekeeper position on the Street Outlaws stop 10 list! 10/9c
It was an exciting second episode of the season yesterday! We had two OKC List natives trying to crack their way back into the Top 10 as well as Doc and Dominator trying to redeem their recent losses. Now that Farmtruck has it’s new motor, Chuck finally tightened up all of Death Trap’s issues and Doc’s tweaked Street Beast, it was time to shake things up in the bottom 5 of OKC’s 10 fastest street-raced cars list.
It was fun seeing Big Chief back as the Street Outlaws race-master for the night. After all, Farmtruck can’t start his own race against Chuck, and Farmtruck and Chuck can’t call out the gatekeeper position before racing each other. Doc was eager to break back into the Top-5 and therefor called out Derek for a little sleeve-redemption. After putting in his giant new motor, he exposed a lot of weaknesses in the Street Beast. Doc had to tidy a few things up to get all of the power to the ground and get down the track without blowing his tires off the road. He claims it’s all taken care of now and ready to fight back his #1 title. Dominator on the other hand has been on a losing streak and is hoping to just maintain his spot from Kamikaze’s callout before he makes his way back into the top 5.
Race night started out with Doc vs Derek. It was a tight race and a lot was on the line (no pun intended). Doc has been out of the Top 5 for a little over a year now and chomping at the bit to get back up. The light went off and Derek spun his tires while Doc made one of the hardest and straightest passes anyone has seen from Street Beast in a long time. Derek started to gain some ground at the end before the road filled with white smoke, signaling a complete transmission failure in the Silver Unit. Doc won back his sleeves, gained some extra cash and was officially back in the Top 5 of OKC’s List.
Next was Kamikaze going after Dominator. The ElCo was asleep at the light and Dominator took off hard. The ElCo kept with it to see what would happen and somehow sped ahead at the last minute. It turns out that Dominator ran out of gas and was accusing the ElCo team of foul play. There were witnesses claiming they saw Flip’s ghost draining gas out of Dominator but in the end it was only a gas leak. Hopping on Dominator’s moment of weakness BoostedGT decided to call him out. Both cars left the line hard, it was neck and neck, back and forth and in the end BoostedGT won by a fender. Dominator couldn’t believe he just lost to two small tire cars and was pushed back to the gatekeeper position. He wasn’t done for the night either.
Next was the race to see who would get to call out Dominator between Chuck and Farmtruck. Both made semi-solid passes but Chuck took it at the end by one and a half car lengths. I’m sure that’s not the last we’ll see of Farmtruck though. Meanwhile Chuck was ready to take on Dominator. It’s interesting seeing a big-tire, big-block car like Dominator at the back of the list. It’s a tough gatekeeper position to break into, especially for a small-tire care like the Death Trap. Chuck smoked his tires halfway down the track and Dominator won by about 6 cars without even having to use his second kit of nitrous.
For now we’ll have to wait and see if everyone can hold their positions and if Farmtruck and Chuck get another chance to break back onto the infamous Street Outlaws OKC top-10 list.
Race 1: Doc #6 vs. Derek #5
Bet: $1000 (Doc refuses to give up his sleeves.
Race 2: Kamikaze #9 vs. Dominator #8
Race 3: Boosted GT vs Dominator
Winner: Boosted GT
Race 4: Farmtruck vs Chuck (Death Trap)
Race 5: Chuck vs Dominator
Bet: $1 (A gentleman’s bet)
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The first word that comes to mind when thinking about how to describe the Street Outlaws season finale is “heated.” Between the fights, the crashes, the tensions and the bets there’s no better word for it! Going into the episode we didn’t know who would be the new “Gatekeeper,” if Daddy Dave would keep his #1 spot and if not, who would be the driver to take it? We had 4 very viable contenders for the #1 spot between Daddy Dave, Monza, Big Chief and Murder Nova! Not to mention we had to figure out what Farmtruck’s been up to with the truck? We had a lot of questions get answered with this episode
We were introduced to Kayla Morton, a new aspiring List driver. She showed up in Big Chief and Murder Nova’s shop to have her Fox Body Mustang Dynoed so she could call out a race for the 10-spot. Farmtruck decided to pit her against BoostedGT who was also hoping to get on The List. Meanwhile Big Chief had to have the awkward conversation of calling out his best friend but competitor, Murder Nova. They worked through it alright and left no heated tensions.
Where it really started to heat up was the first race night. 1st up was Kayla vs. BoostedGT for the “Gatekeeper” position. It was neck-and-neck off the starting line, but Kayla quickly started to pull ahead until she lost control of the car. She weaved across Boosted’s lane over the curb and rolled her car into the wheat field. Everyone at the race sprinted out to her aid to make sure she was okay. She popped out of the driver side unscathed but sure to be a little stiff the next day. Needless to say, Boosted was the new Gatekeeper.
Next up was the race for the 1-spot between Daddy Dave and Jerry Monza. Both cars blew their tires off right at the light and it quickly became a pedal fest. Daddy Dave started to lose control of his car but Monza, confident in Dave’s driving, trusted The Sonoma wouldn’t cross into his lane and so he held his car straight. Daddy Dave swerved off onto the curb damaging his truck’s suspension and gave Monza the #1 spot. This is where the controversy began.
Big Chief and Murder Nova’s whole plan was that the winner of their race would then shoot to make their way through the #2 and #1 spot. With Daddy Dave’s Sonoma out of commission the plan was ruined. Big Chief and Murder Nova decided they wanted to wait until The Sonoma was ready to race again before they raced. The rest of the OKC 405 crew was not having it! Daddy Dave and the rest of the crew started claiming that Big Chief and Murder Nova were too scared of the road to race after seeing two cars lose control. That was not the case, but after enough ragging Big Chief and Murder Nova caved and raced. It was a tight race, both hooked and stayed straight with Big Chief winning by half a car length.
Race night was over and it was time to take a week and recuperate before the last race night of the season. Daddy Dave had a good amount of damage to fix before the next weekend. Varley had to install new headers before calling out BoostedGT for the 10-spot. Farmtruck drove out to Kansas to pick up a brand new custom-built 1,100 horsepower engine for the truck to get it ready for next season.
Race night came and Big Chief was ready to shoot for the top. Daddy Dave was itching for a chance to take back the 405 crown but had to hold his position against Big Chief first. At the same time we had Andrade calling out Dominator and Varley calling out BoostedGT.
After installing new headers in the Gold Car, Varley didn’t account for the car pulling more air and ran the car too lean on fuel. The Gold Car sputtered down the road giving Boosted the victory. After feeling a little extra confidence Boosted called out Kamikaze and the Elco. It had been a year since Boosted last raced The Elco and was looking for a little vengeance. He didn’t get it though. Kamikaze took off like a rocket and Boosted’s car crawled down the line. There is something majorly wrong with Boosted’s car and he has to get it taken care of before calling anyone out. Next up was Andrade Jr. who with his Cutty knocked Dominator back down a spot to number 8.
From there it was time for Big Chief and Murder Nova to put their plan to take the #1 and #2 spots back into action. There was one big problem. Big Chief blew his tires off at the light and The Sonoma made a solid pass. If you give the Sonoma any advantage you can count it a loss. This killed their plan right out of the gate. With Big Chief stuck at #3 Daddy Dave wanted redemption against Monza.
Everyone was saying that if Daddy Dave hadn’t hit the curb the previous week, The Sonoma would have won. That Monza was #1 due to a fluke. Monza was ready to prove everyone wrong. Both cars blew their tires off just like the last race and it was a pedal fest. At that point it was up to the drivers to determine the race. Monza was able to pedal his car up faster and pulled ahead by a single car length.
With Monza at the top of the OKC Street Outlaws List we’ve got another exciting season ahead of us. We’ll see a reborn Farmtruck, new drivers and more exciting action. We might see a new sleeper in Farmtruck’s Hearse and we’re sure to see some exciting upgrades in Chuck and Varley’s Mustangs! Don’t forget about us in the off-season! We’ll do our best to keep you in the loop with what the drivers are up to!
Driver 1: Kayla Morton
Driver 2: Boosted GT
Driver 1: Jerry Monza
Driver 2: Daddy Dave
Driver 1: Big Chief
Driver 2: Murder Nova
Winner: Big Chief
Driver 1: Varley
Driver 2: BoostedGT
Driver 1: BoostedGT
Driver 2: Kamikaze
Bet: 2 Cases of Beer
Driver 1: Andrade Jr.
Driver 2: Dominator
Winner: Andrade Jr.
Driver 1: Big Chief
Driver 2: Daddy Dave
Winner: Daddy Dave
Driver 1: Monza
Driver 2: Daddy Dave