Sixty-four of the fastest racers from all over the country arrive to compete in Mega Cash Days, the first double elimination race of its kind. With over $300,000 up for grabs throughout the event, everyone is ready to lay it all on the line for each win.
Racers who went out in Bracket 1 return to try and stay alive, but one loss will knock them completely. With heavy hitters like Jeff Lutz, Murder Nova and Cody Baker in, being one of the last two standing is not going to be easy.
Bracket 2 kicks off, with 16 new drivers like Ryan Martin and JJ The Boss.
It's not over for the 12 racers who lost in bracket 2, and tonight, they're fighting to stay alive in the competition. Having to race over and over is tearing some cars apart, and racers must try not to lose before they even get to the starting line.
Mega Cash Days continues into Bracket 3 and all eyes are on Big Chief and Daddy Dave who are lining up in Round 1. Chief has never been able to beat Dave in a Cash Days and tonight he's trying to break the curse.
The field is still packed with past champions and heavy hitters. Big Chief, Daddy Dave and Doc try to keep the 405 alive, but racers from Detroit and Louisiana do what they can to ruin their day.
The sixteen racers in bracket four finally hit the street, and with racers from NOLA, Texas, Memphis and the 405, this bracket is stacked. But, when Lee Roberts throws a rod in his first race, everyone helps him swap a motor before the second round.
The losers from bracket four return, but if they lose tonight, their Mega Cash Days journey will be over. Jerry and Daryl Bird step up to help fellow NOLA racer Bobby Ducote, while the 405 rallies around Monza to try and help him stay in the game.
Sixteen racers come together to race down to four. Larry Larson and Robin Roberts keep working together, and by the luck of the chip draw, JJ da Boss and Ryan Martin line up in one of the most exciting races of the night.
In this double elimination race, it's a longer road to the $100,000 grand prize, and huge names are still in the game and ready to fight their way to that final race.
Twelve racers remain in the Loser's Bracket fighting towards that $100,000, but tonight they race down to only two. Tonight, is going to be a battle.
It's all come down to this -- the final race night. Out of 64 racers, only eight remain and with the $100,000 prize in sight, everyone is willing to pull out all the stops to win.