Memphis heads to Kentucky to meet up with some down-home street racers who have regular streetcars, just like the ones Memphis has. After a rocky start, Tricia's $4,000 race at the very end of the night proves to be a make or break moment for Memphis.
When JJ surprises Precious with a new '69 Chevelle for her birthday, she jumps in and starts racing right away. Memphis gets a callout from Texas, but when it's time to race, it turns out that they brought some serious hustle, and Doughboy steps it up.
The MSO family takes on a group that calls themselves the Mid Atlantic Street Outlaws. They've got some of the nicest cars Memphis has seen in a while, including a doorless dragster. On top of that, they bring some hustle into the racers' meeting.
The entire Memphis family heads up to an air strip in West Virginia for the small tire event of JJ's Arm Drop, with several of the MSO racers switching to small tire to battle it out to see who can take home the $15,000 prize.
JJ and the Memphis family are gearing up for the big tire event of JJ's Arm Drop in West Virginia. Everyone learned from the small tire event that the asphalt on this former airstrip is sketchy, especially in the right lane. It's gonna be a driver's race.
The big tire event of JJ's Arm Drop in West Virginia continues into round two with 13 MSO racers working to take out the remaining non-MSO racers. If somebody from the Memphis family can make it to the end and take home the $25,000, the whole family wins.
JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws are back, but after a devastating crash, JJ's son Doughboy questions if he should continue racing. When racers from St. Louis come to town, bad weather ends the race early, but St. Louis decides to come back another night
Racers from St. Louis are in town, and since one of them tried to burn Tricia down, the Memphis Street Outlaws are done playing nice. JJ and his racers try to win every race, and win as much money as they can in the process.
A group of fast-talking racers from Pennsylvania come to town to race and ready to bet big money. But, after an early and costly loss because of a car problem, Memphis has to pull together and win almost every race if they don't want to end in the red.
Memphis comes together to help Doughboy get his new car ready to race, but when it won't be running by race night, JJ decides to give Dover a second chance. Then, when New York comes to town, Memphis tries for a big comeback after last week's big losses.
When Doughboy's new Impala is finally ready to start up for the first time, the whole family gathers to celebrate. On race night, a mouthy group of racers from Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia bring a bad attitude and Doughboy finally lines up for a race.
JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws decide to head west to meet up with a group of Arizona racers let by Mary, who they've raced with before. But when they arrive in Arizona, it seems like the odds may be stacked against Memphis.
After a night of low bets in Arizona, JJ decides to set up another race against racers in New Mexico, hoping for a chance to make more money to make the trip west worthwhile. However, the New Mexico racers have roads are dusty and unpredictable.
Still on the road, JJ decides to invite the best racers from the West to meet up in Las Vegas for a winner-take-all arm drop race, with a total of $30,000 up for grabs. With so many heavy hitters all in one place, JJ and the family are put to the test.
JJ's Arm Drop in Las Vegas continues and as the racers move into round 2, MSO racers do what they can to knock out the competition. As the competition winds down, Memphis is forced to line up against each other to see who can take home the $30,000 prize.
When Doughboy gets a $10,000 callout from the 901 Bad Boyz, another group of racers in Memphis, JJ gathers the family to stand up to the racers. JJ and the Memphis family agree to meet up for a night of grudge racing, but the stakes have never been higher
This week, a group of racers from Indiana come to race the Memphis family. But, when they aren't honest about tire size in order to get a race, JJ has to keep his son calm and collected. Plus, Kenneth Gulley is back racing after a catastrophic crash.
Memphis heads to Ohio to meet up with a group who's got flashy cars and deep pockets. But, when JJ agrees to run his small tire cars against a big tire, JJ is hesistant. Memphis must rely on their street racing skills to come out ahead.
Memphis starts the racing season against a friendly group of racers from Illinois, but after just 3 races, rain comes and ends the night. JJ sets up another race night with a group from Detroit, but this group isn't quite as friendly.
Memphis continues their race night against the loudmouth group from Detroit. They make an unusual bet that whichever city is first to win 7 races, wins the total bets from all the races. It's risky, but if they can pull it off, they'll end up with $20,000