The best of the best street racing team descend on Memphis for a shot to ultimately take on JJ Da Boss and the MSO – with the winner bringing home the big money prize and the prestige of being called the baddest on the streets. Eight of the fastest teams in America fight for a winner-takes-all purse of $100,000 – the highest payout in street racing history.
The racers stick around to lock in grudge races for money and for data on the road. Kentucky does what they can to prep for their matchup with Texas while NOLA struggles to get their rides in tune so they can stay in the competition.Watch Now:Amazon
The second matchup gets heated fast as Kye Kelley and his NOLA racers take on Birdman and his team from Texas. The rivals' history of bad blood comes to a head when NOLA has car trouble, and Texas refuses to play nice.Watch Now:Amazon
The war continues between Team NOLA and Texas in a matchup that comes down to who can race best under pressure. In the end, the win will ultimately go to the team who can focus on the street instead of their fists.Watch Now:Amazon
Another night of grudge racing hits the streets and the drama continues between Kentucky and Texas when their racers can't lock in a race. Then things get out of control when too many people try to get involved with a big money bet.Watch Now:Amazon
Teams from Detroit and the Northeast go head-to-head in the first matchup of round 1. Rankin has a whole new group from the Northeast while Chucky Davis and his Detroit legends have an extra year of knowledge under their belt and are poised to win it all.Watch Now:Amazon
The matchup between Utah and Iowa continues and things are all tied up going into the second round. Both teams' leaders scramble to rally their troops and come up with a winning strategy that can push them past the Wildcard Round and into Round 1.
As the matchup between Texas and Cali continues, Birdman, Murillo and Team Texas look stronger than ever. But Boddie and his racers from Cali will not be counted out, and if anyone can lead a team back from behind, it's racing legend Boddie.
Teams Texas and California face off in the second matchup of the Wildcard Round and neither are pulling any punches! Texas wants to prove their early loss last season was a fluke while Cali's fresh faces are dead-set on making a big first impression.