When Big Chief gets a call from California street racer, Boddie inviting the 405 to come out West for a race, there's no way Chief can refuse. The OKC racers all pack up and head out for an epic night of racing with more than $20,000 on the line.
The 405 is in California taking on Boddie and his group of racers, but it hasn't been an easy night so far. This time around, there's more than just money on the line.
After a difficult end to last season's list racing, the 405 comes together to reassess the rules and make a plan to move forward. They all agree to a list shakeup, which means everyone loses his spot on the list and has to race to earn a new place.
After an unfinished list shakeup Ryan and Chief finally line up to race off for #1. With the list complete, the 405 gets ready for their first list race of the season. But with no active callouts, it's going to be a fight for who has the right to move up
It's a mad dash to make repairs as the top racers scramble to get ready to race. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and AZN head out of town to compete in a giant Daily Driver event. Then, on race night, the Reaper returns to go after #10, and Ryan has to defend #1.
The racers of the 405 struggle to get their cars ready after a tough few weeks of list racing, while Farmtruck and AZN head out of town for an Enduro Race. On race night, broken cars lock up the list and the racers have to come together to keep racing.
With Florida racers coming to OKC, everyone in the 405 prepares for the first out of town race of the season. Farmtruck and AZN head out of town to get the Farmtruck ready for the race. But when Florida finally arrives, setting up races may be a challenge
The top 3 rush to get their cars ready for race night, while Farmtruck and AZN line up against Murder Nova's dad. On race night, tensions boil over between Chuck and Shane while racers question each other when callouts aren't made.
The 405 is coming off of a tense race night, and racers wonder who they can trust as they get ready to race. Farmtruck and AZN find a fish in their callbox that may be more than they bargained for. On race night, everyone is on edge.
When a group of Canadian racers decide to come to OKC, the 405 has to prepare to defend the U.S.A. The entire country on their backs on race night, the 405 takes big risks to show the Canadians that when it comes to street racing, America can't be beat.
After the race against Canada, Dave and Ryan struggle to get their cars switched back to big tires in time for list racing. Monza pulls his car off the list, which lets all the racers below him move up, and Reaper faces an unexpected contender.
As it gets closer to the last list race of the season, racers struggle with broken cars. When it's time to race, Shawn makes a stand and shows everyone else on the list what it means to race anytime, even if you have to beg or borrow to get your car ready
With only a few list races left, everyone in the 405 hurries to get broke cars ready in time. Then, on race night, Reaper fights to hold onto the 10 spot, and Chuck and Ryan try to fight game playing with games, but it doesn't work out the way they hoped.
It's the last list race of the season, and that means all the racers are getting ready for their last chance to move up the list. But, after a season of game playing and drama, tension has never been higher between the racers in the 405.
After a tough season of in-fighting and game playing, the racers of the 405 come together for a grudge race night, hoping to squash all the issues they have with each other. Will racing be enough to bring the racers back together?
The second annual Bristol No Prep race begins with 32 of the fastest men and women competing for a giant, winner take-all-prize of $200,000. With so many heavy hitters in the field, the only thing certain is that this racers will give it their all to win.
Sixteen racers move into round two of the Bristol No Prep and the competition heats up. However, when rain stops down the competition and rinses the track clean, the racers have to adjust their tunes for the trickier track, and it'll be even harder to win