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Scores are settled and wrongs -- real or fancied -- are righted on the race track in this series. It features trash-talking street racers in killer cars who are given once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to settle long-standing grudges in front of the world and defend their most valuable asset: personal pride. Following a best of three competition format to ensure the most competitive racing, the winner gets to decide the loser's punishment, which might include removing key parts of his or her car. Radio/TV personality Willie B hosts.

Latest episodes

aired 17 days ago
Marvin PeeWee Robinson in his '87 Fox Body Mustang challenges his longtime rival Randy Snoody Mathews and his long time driver Ron Wambo in their '83 Chevy S10 bracket truck.
aired 17 days ago
Marvin PeeWee Robinson in his '87 Fox Body Mustang challenges his longtime rival Randy Snoody Mathews and his long time driver Ron Wambo in their '83 Chevy S10 bracket truck.
aired 229 days ago
Nayr takes on his former boss, Brent Leivestad, and driver Josh Scott from PFI Speed, in the series' first Honda vs. Honda smackdown.
aired 234 days ago
Tony Foulks travels from Oklahoma in his 1970 twin turbo Chevy Camaro to take on Mike Henson, also from Oklahoma, in his twin turbo 2002 Chevy Corvette.
aired 234 days ago
Zack Dickehage defends his winning streak in his fox body Mustang against Craig Carmon and his S10 Pickup in a best two out of three grudge race.
aired 363 days ago
Mark Laucamp in his 1971 Chevy Camaro takes on his buddy Aaron Stumpz Sivak and his 1981 Z-28 Camaro.
aired 363 days ago
Dave Nassivera Jr. wants to settle his father's grudge with legendary street racer Rob Brazeal and his 82 Chevy Malibu.
aired 436 days ago
Victor Alvarez brings his 1994 Toyota Supra off the street and to the track to throw it down against Troy Pirez Jr. and his 1970 big-muscle Chevy Nova.
aired 457 days ago
Bob Myers in his 1969 Chevy Camaro takes on Jim Heater and his 1988 Ford Mustang to prove who is really Colorado's number one racer.
aired 457 days ago
Alex Taylor, 19, in her '68 Chevy Camaro takes on 27-year-old pretty boy Derrick Hubbard in a 2005 Corvette.
aired 501 days ago
Michael Robinson and his 1990 Ford Mustang step up to take down Xavier Hodges and his 1993 Ford Mustang.
aired 507 days ago
Tim Walker and his 1958 Chevy Corvette takes on street racer Gary Harper and his 1976 International Scout.
aired 513 days ago
Veteran racer Mimi Jones in her 1969 Chevy Camaro takes on dangerous newbie Sasha Johnson in her 2015 Porsche 911.
aired 522 days ago
Settling a grudge that started three years ago when "Big Dave" Carter brought his American made '69 Chevy to the track.
aired 522 days ago
Cody Garretson travels from Oklahoma with his 1973 Chevy Novato to take on Lance Knigge from Wyoming and his 1990 Fox Body Mustang.
aired 522 days ago
Jonny Santinni and his 1979 "Boogie Nights" Corvette takes on Justin Wise in his 1970 "Pink Elephant" Chevelle to settle a long standing grudge and collect the payoff from a previous race.
aired 522 days ago
Clint Cannon tries to prove that his new clean diesel technology can produce plenty of horsepower to beat Chad King's old-school, 7,000-pound racing truck.
aired 522 days ago
Larry Larson and Joe Barry battle it out to settle the score for the title of Fastest Steel Body Street Car in America.
aired 522 days ago
Dean Valesse brings his Zombie Wagon from Florida to Colorado to challenge Jim Hull's unbeaten Mustang.
aired 522 days ago
Tom Bailey travels across the country in his '69 Pro-Mod Camaro to challenge Ryan Martin's 2016 Camaro for the title of the fastest street-driven Camaro in America.
aired 786 days ago
Scores are settled and wrongs -- real or fancied -- are righted on the race track in this series. It features trash-talking street racers in killer cars who are given once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to settle long-standing grudges in front of the world and defend their most valuable asset: personal pride. Following a best of three competition format to ensure the most competitive racing, the winner gets to decide the loser's punishment, which might include removing key parts of his or her car. Radio/TV personality Willie B hosts.

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