This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws grow their racing family. Previously, Memphis headed to Kentucky to meet up with some down-home racers whose streetcars match that of Memphis. There, Tricia's $4,000 race was a make-or-break moment for Memphis.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws expand their racing family. Previously, JJ surprised Precious with a '69 Chevelle. She jumped in and started racing right away. Memphis faced Texas and when it came time to race, both sides bring some serious hustle.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws are forced to overcome new obstacles. Previously, MSO took on the Mid Atlantic Street Outlaws. That team had some real hustle and some of the nicest cars Memphis had seen in a while including a doorless dragster.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws welcome some new racers. Previously, the entire Memphis team headed to an air strip in West Virginia for a small tire switching event. There, they battled it out to see who would take home the $15,000 prize.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws take on all kinds of challenges. Previous competitions have prepared them to take on anything -- like the big tire event of JJ's arm drop in West Virginia.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws aim for more street wins by adding to their team. Previously, they competed in the big tire event in West Virginia -- working hard to take out the non-MSO racers so MSO could take home the $25,000 prize.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws add more hustle to their team. Previously, Memphis faced NOLA. Both teams were pushed to their limits when facing off on a sketchy road outside of Vegas. NOLA was riding high, but the MSO were ready to race.
This season, the Memphis Street Outlaws face new challenges. Previously, MSO battled New Orleans for a $100,000 prize and the title of Fastest in America.