Welcome to Memphis, where JJ and his family of racers do things a little differently. When JJ invites some of the biggest names in street racing to come to Memphis and race for money, the Memphis racers have to step up for their city.
When JJ's son, Doughboy, wants to start racing on the street, JJ gets the family and racers together to decide if he's ready. But, with racers from both Mississippi and Missouri coming into town, the Memphis racers have their work cut out for them.
When JJ wrecks his truck & trailer on the way home from race night, it nearly destroys both Heifer & Ole Heavy. When Ohio comes to town, the Memphis Street Outlaws have to pull together to hustle up as much money as they can to pay for all the broken cars
When JJ gets a call from a racer in Vegas asking his guys to come out to race, he can't refuse. But with Heifer still down, he has to find himself a car to drive. And when the Memphis Street Outlaws finally make it out west, the bets and stakes are high.
The Memphis Outlaws finish their race against the Las Vegas racers, but before they can leave town, they get a call from a group of guys from California looking to race. Memphis agrees to stay to race against Cali, but a brawl breaks out before they start
With racers from Kentucky coming into town, and Heifer still out of commission, JJ decides to put Tricia behind the wheel of Ziptie. Meanwhile, Mustang Mike is fighting for his first win after his crash.
It's JJ's Arm Drop Chase is a race, and that means that for the only time all year, Memphis racers compete against each other as well as the best racers from around the country. Birdman is coming to town and JJ buys back his old car for a rematch.
After an exciting round of racing, it's time to move into round two of JJ's Arm Drop. Many of the Memphis racers are moving on, but that means that now they won't be able to avoid racing each other, and only one can leave with all the money.