STREET OUTLAWS Returns and the 405 is Back
OKC has been dominating the No Prep Track, but the time has come for the 405 to return to their roots — the streets. STREET OUTLAWS returns on Monday, January 11 at 8p on Discovery followed by Mega Cash Days at 9p on Discovery and streaming on discovery+.
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Oklahoma’s Top Ten List has produced some of the fastest street cars in history and the 405 has long dominated the street racing scene. But more recently, OKC has been racking up wins on the track in No Prep Kings. The team's track success has been nothing short of legendary and the time has come for the original Street Outlaws to return to the streets. The comeback won't be without challenge — the competition has gotten faster and opposing race teams are ready for a shot to take down the 405.
A new era is underway and the OG of the streets, Chief, has a plan to build this crew better, stronger, and faster. No one dominates the streets like the 405 and to prove it, Chief drops a bombshell this season that will up the stakes of street racing in America forever. A brand-new season of STREET OUTLAWS premieres Monday January 11 at 8p.
Immediately following the return of STREET OUTLAWS, MEGA CASH DAYS premieres on Discovery and on discovery+. 64 of the most accomplished drivers from the STREET OUTLAWS universe, including names like Daddy Dave, Ryan Martin, Lizzy Musi, Mike Murillo, Birdman, Kye Kelley, Precious Cooper, Murder Nova, and more, converge on one road in Scottsbluff, Nebraska to “go all in” on the most gigantic Cash Days in STREET OUTLAWS history.
MEGA CASH DAYS is a double elimination tournament broken into brackets. $5,000 is up for grabs each race and $100,000 for the final race. But unlike other competitions, if a driver has a bad night of racing, they're not out of it — they have the opportunity to come back and win the entire thing via the “losers bracket.”
For the first time in nearly three years, JJ Da Boss and Big Chief will share the screen and the road, making this a can’t miss opportunity.