JJ Da Boss invites eight of the fastest street racing teams in the country to take on Memphis for a chance at $100,000. Tempers quickly rise as the first teams square off in round one. Also including schedule release of upcoming season for No Prep Kings.
The second matchup in Memphis gets heated in a hurry as team NOLA takes on the veteran racers from Texas. With $100,000 on the line, both teams must focus on working together to win races and not succumb to their urge to fight.
Chris Rankin and his ragtag team from the Northeast land in Memphis to take on Quinn's family of racers from Kentucky. Big-money cars and even bigger egos collide on the streets to create the perfect storm of high-speed strategy and chaos.
The final match of the first round is set with Mississippi’s Richard McCarver squaring off against Chucky Davis and his Detroit crew. Motor City has a notorious reputation, but Mississippi isn’t intimidated by their loud-mouthed, big-horsepower opponents.
In the second round of history's biggest street race, only four teams remain. Chris Rankin and the Northeast are ready to face off against young-gun Kye Kelley and his team from New Orleans.
The second match of round two pits Chris Block's scrappy South Carolina team against Chucky Davis' Detroit racers. Tensions have been high since the last chip draw, and the $100,000 pot is adding fuel to the fire as the teams fight for a shot at NOLA.
After weeks of intense racing, only Detroit and NOLA remain and both teams come out swinging for a chance to race the MSO for $100,000. Kye and team NOLA are ready to risk it all for a win but Chucky and team Detroit have a few surprises of their own.
Memphis vs. NOLA: The teams are ready to race in Vegas for $100,000 cold, hard cash. 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.