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Street racing in the U.S. is the subject of this docu-reality series, which purportedly provides an inside look into the action both on the road and behind the scenes. In Oklahoma City, for example, racers boast having the fastest street cars in the country, and the racing, they say, comes first -- before family, before friends and before work. From a 1969 Chevy Nova to a race-ready farm truck, the vehicles -- and their drivers -- come in all shapes and sizes and have one thing in common: the need for speed.

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Memphis versus NOLA; when an MSO racer runs off the road, the teams barrel into Round 2 knowing any mistake can be deadly; JJ and Kye Kelley fight to get control and win $100,000 and the Fastest in America title.
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Teams NOLA and Detroit move into the second round of the final battle to see who will race Memphis for $100,000; Chucky Davis tries to dominate the night, while Kye Kelley makes a risky decision that could send his team home.
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After weeks of racing, only Detroit and NOLA remain fighting for a chance to race Memphis for $100,000; Chucky plans to keep Kye in the rearview with a new strategy to take the lead, while Kye is confident his heavy hitters can take out team Detroit.
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The fast-paced feud between Detroit and South Carolina continues and Motor City brings more power than their cars can handle; Block's team tries to take advantage of Detroit's mistake, and the race comes down to the wire.
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The second match of round two pits Chucky and his team from Detroit against Chris Block and his South Carolina racers; tensions have been mounting since the duo's scuffle at the last chip draw, and the $100,000 pot is fanning the flames.
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In the second round, Chris Rankin and the Northeast face off against Kye Kelley and his New Orleans' crew; the North won't be counted out yet, but they'll need to dig deep to outrun and outgun the South.
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Only four teams have survived to the second round of the biggest street race in history; Street-smart Chris Rankin and his Northeast crew go head-to-head against upstart Kye Kelley and his New Orleans' crew.
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The final match rages on between the racers from Mississippi and the big-mouth, bigger-horsepower team from Detroit; the Motor City boys think the win is in the bag, but a surprise comeback from Richard McCarver keeps the South in the game.
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Chucky and his infamous team from Detroit toe the line against Richard McCarver and his Mississippi racers; Chucky's ready to prove Motor City's dominance, but McCarver knows a big mouth doesn't mean you're a big deal.
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On the second night of Cash Days, 405 racers must match up and race, while still fighting to knock out the only remaining Texas driver; the sketchy road is still in play, and it becomes a tuner's game to see who can get down the street in one piece.
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OKC and Texas compete in an old-school Cash Days race; eight drivers from each state race for more than $30,000 and the chance to prove their state has the fastest racers, but a sketchy road throws a wrench into the works for both sides.
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It's finally time for the last list race of the season, and the racers get their cars ready for the big race; Farmtruck and AZN fish out some fancy cars at cruise night; on race night, a costly mistake threatens to derail Chief.
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It's nearing the end of the list racing season, and the racers make big changes in a last-ditch effort to move up the list; on race night, untested cars lead to big problems.
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Ryan Martin looks over his car, while Chief and Dave push each other in a testing session, as they get ready for another chance at being number one; when it's time to race, the racers fight to move up the list until broken cars slow everyone down.
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Monza gets a chance to come for the list after his wreck; Shawn makes plans to get back into the top five; Farmtruck and AZN find a fun use for discarded airbags; things heat up on race night as drivers make up for lost time.
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Farmtruck and AZN head to Kansas to fish with the new and improved Gonorail; back in Oklahoma, Ryan and Dominator repair broken cars in preparation for list racing, but when a driver gets out of control, the evening is brought to an abrupt end.
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The 405 is ready for another season of list racing, but this time they're hoping to put the past behind them, come together and try to make street racing fun again; on race night, the same old games threaten to break them apart before they start.
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Farmtruck and AZN invite the 405 racers out to Willow Springs International Raceway for a road race competition; the racers pair up to compete in a time-attack competition in which the pair with the fastest combined times will take home $10,000.
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After a dramatic round one, the race to the No Prep Kings Points Championship is wide open; with everything on the line, the top racers are prepared to give everything they've got in order to earn the coveted title of No Prep King Points Champion.
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It's time for the final event in the No Prep Kings season, and the stakes have never been higher; this race is for double points, which means every round counts as Ryan Martin, Mike Murillo and Larry Larson scramble to take home the $250,000.
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Memphis versus NOLA; the teams are ready to race for $100,000 in Las Vegas; Kye Kelley is sure he can lead NOLA to victory, while JJ Da Boss thinks he can bring MSO in for the win, but the sketchy road might be more than the teams can handle.

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