JJ Da Boss has invited 8-street racing teams from around the country to Memphis for a chance to win $100,000. A win won't come without a fight, though, as South Carolina's small-tire racers and St. Louis high-dollar drivers are ready for war.
The heat is on as the South Carolina underdogs bring the fight to the St. Louis crew. It's all on display as mouthy leadership, fired-up tempers, and high pressure situations dominate a tension-filled night.
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.
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.
The North takes on the South in Memphis as Quinn and his family of Kentucky racers face off against Chris Rankin's ragtag team from the Northeast. Rankin’s hodgepodge team hasn't raced together before but Quinn's hot head may get in the way of a win.
A storm is brewing as the fight between Kentucky and the Northeast continues. Rankin pushes all the buttons he can to unravel Quinn and his team, forcing JJ to intervene before the street race turns into a street brawl.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Memphis vs. NOLA: The final matchup is on, with $100,000 at stake. Kye Kelley’s NOLA team is riding high after defeating Detroit, but JJ and the MSO won’t be intimidated. Both teams are tested to their limits when they face off outside of Las Vegas.
Memphis vs. 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 title of Fastest in America.