From a 1969 Chevy Nova to a race-ready farm truck, the vehicles - and their drivers - come in all shapes and sizes and have one thing in common: the need for speed. But according to the STREET OUTLAWS of Oklahoma City - home to one of the largest undercover street racing rings in America – if you’re not on “the list,” you don’t matter. The “list” contains the 10 fastest street-racing cars in Oklahoma City and they are the best of the best. Not only will these guys will do anything -ANYTHING- to get ranked on this list, they’ll do whatever it takes to STAY ranked.Street racing comes first - before family, before friends and before work. The stakes are high and these drivers will put everything on the line to get to top, where there can only be one #1.
Street Outlaws return and OKC's biggest rivals attack the list. Jackie Knox wants on the list with his Sonoma. Doc calls out Chief. Farmtruck and AZN go fishing, trying to raise hell against a Hellcat.
Chief goes head to head with Murder Nova. Farmtruck and AZN enter a lawn mower drag race. New rules are intorduced by Chief. Reaper and Shane get heated as they try to move further away from Jackie Knox and his world famous Sonoma.
Chief has an idea to make the list even faster... The Shark Pool. Every week a group of hungry racers will be looking to take the #10 spot. Doc and Monza battle. Farmtruck schools a shark pool racer in regards to an old debt.
With the Shark Pool becoming more popular, Chief must host two race nights. Henson, Your Mom, and Chuck 55 all show up to take on the gatekeeper, leaving Shane fighting for survival. Chief and Shawn rematch for the #1 spot on the second race night.
Daddy Dave returns as part of the Shark Pool with Henson's Corvette "Plan B," along with new mother Tina Pierce. Boosted GT drops off the list. Farmtruck and AZN get a ricer rivalry between Jackie and Shane burns hot.
The 405 face off against their fastest rival, Detroit, in a grudge race. Farmtruck & AZN build a bowling ball cannon and destroy AZN's ricer car in the process. Chief races against Brian "Chucky" Davis with some disastrous consequences. Farmtruck calls upon a friend to help him find AZN's first car he owned.
Big Chief struggles with PTSD after his crash while the 405 racers return to intense list racing. Doc and Monza try to dethrone Shawn and Dave finally faces Jackie in the Sonoma. Farmtruck searches for AZN's first car.
Chief decides to get a new car while the battle for the top list spots are heating up. Doc calls out #1 Shawn and Monza faces Reaper. Dave needs to get past Shane, while new shark Jeremy must race against the Farmtruck to get on the list.
Chief unveils his new ride, The Crow-mod. Shawn challenges Doc, while Reaper races Monza. Farmtruck and AZN race the Dung Beetle against a car called "Bug killer." Fights break out between Dave's team and Reaper on race night.
The Street Outlaws agree to race the guys from Fast N' Loud. Farm truck and AZN start on their budget build to race Aaron Kaufman. Meanwhile, Chief and Shawn set out in search of the perfect car. When Chief hears rumors from Texas, he's not sure if he wants to build a car.
With only a week left, the teams at Midwest Streetcars and Farmtruck & AZN are scrambling to get their builds ready to race. With little experience building cars on a schedule, both teams are starting to think they may not finish their cars in time.
With everyone in California, Chief and Richard get into it about who will drive their cars. Farmtruck and AZN are stuck waiting for Aaron. Then it's finally time for the drivers to strap in, pull up to the line and race to see who has what it takes to win.
With everyone finally in California, Chief & Richard get into it about who will drive their cars, and Farmtruck & AZN have to wait on Aaron. Then, it's time for the drivers to strap in, pull to the line, and race to see who has what it takes to win.
The new season of Street Outlaws is about to begin & the 405 is moving away from Pro-mods on the street, so Chief and Shawn take a look back at how far the 405 has come since before the show. Then, we show some deleted scenes from the big Mega Race.
In the Season 9 premiere, the guys in the 405 make big changes. Chief decides to kick all the pro-mods off the list; and everyone loses their spots and have to race to find out where they belong on the list.
After the list shakeup, the 405 has an entirely new list and everyone is still fighting to get to the top. Dave is down for repairs, so Chuck, Ryan, Shawn and Monza battle it out to try to take the top spot. Meanwhile, Doc tries to get himself out of the bottom five.
Ryan and Chuck are getting ready to battle for the top spot again; and Farmtruck is feeling the heat at the bottom of the list and does everything he can to hold onto a spot on the list.
Chief is ready to take his new car up the list again, Reaper struggles to get his car ready for race night. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and AZN think outside the box to round up some races for the Farmtruck, now that it is off the list.
When JJ and his racers from Memphis come to OKC for two nights of racing, everyone in the 405 has to step up and put it all on the line. After flagging and other technicalities cause drama, the 405 has to fight for every win.
With Chief back on the list, he and Shawn map out a plan to get themselves back into the top spots. Farmtruck sets up AZN with a race against a doctor with a super car. On race night, Doc seems like he finally has his car figured out.
With only a few list races left, everyone is getting serious about moving up the list. AZN gets a new tune for the Dung Beetle and tests it out. On race night, when Doc gets in trouble, Chief pounces on the chance to make a big move up the list.
The last list race of the season is here and everyone in the 405 is looking to make one last move towards the top. On race night, some of the top guys don't bring their cars and plans to move up the list blow up in Doc's and Chief's faces.
When JJ "Da Boss" comes to OKC from Memphis to host a race, everyone who's anyone in street racing shows up to compete. The racers will do anything to win with JJ going back to old school rules and a total of $60,000 on the line.
JJ Da Boss has invited 8-street racing teams from around the country to Memphis for a chance to win $100,000. A win won't come without a fight, though, as South Carolina's small-tire racers and St. Louis high-dollar drivers are ready for war.
Team OKC arrives in New Hampshire fired up after an explosive start at Maryland International Raceway the week prior. With Texas keen to strike back, Kye realizes the only way NOLA can compete is if they also band together.
Big Chief is ready to make his No Prep debut as the racers roll into St. Louis for the third race of the season. NOLA is determined to deliver back-to-back upsets after the last race but the OKC and Texas aren't going down without a fight.
Racers arrive in Idaho for the season’s fourth race, and everyone is focused on chasing down Lizzy. Ryan Martin tries a tricky new setup that could make or break his chances. As OKC, Texas, and NOLA band together, a new faction of misfits forms.
With the season half over and racers jockeying for points, the horseplay gets crazier than ever at Route 66 Raceway in Illinois. Lizzy & Team NOLA have been an unstoppable force so the competition is prepared to do anything to get ahead.
A hostile points battle becomes even more intense as drivers struggle to adjust to the "mile high" altitude at Colorado's Bandimere Speedway. With turbos and pro-chargers gasping for air, the season's most combative staging war has everyone scrambling.
Heading into the seventh race at Summit Motorsports Park in Ohio, Ryan Martin, Kye Kelley and Lizzy Musi are all in contention for the No Prep Kings championship and $100,000 prize. Meanwhile, Team Texas is on the verge of a major collapse.
With two races left in the season, drivers are hustling to rack up points. On the brink of another championship, Ryan feels the pressure. Team NOLA forms an unexpected alliance in an attempt to increase their chances of winning an NPK trophy.
Ryan rolls into the final event at the top of the leaderboard and with each round worth double points, the pressure is on to not let the elusive NPK trophy slip away for a third time. Kye, Lizzy and Scott do everything in their power to derail him.
The Street Outlaws go in depth into how the show began and talk about what happened when producers came to Oklahoma for the very first time. They talk about their favorite moments from the show, and about how Street Outlaws has changed them.
When Reaper gets a smack talking call from a local dirt track owner, it turns into a dirt race challenge for the whole 405. After some testing, everyone from OKC comes to the track to try and prove they can be king of the street and king of the dirt.
Thirty-two of the fastest racers from around the country gather in OKC for the biggest street race of the year Cash Days. And, with $50,000 on the line, all the racers are prepared to push their cars to the limit to try and win it all.
It's time for a new season of list racing in OKC and that means all the racers are upgrading and prepping their cars to be competitive. After lots of work, it's finally time to test the cars and see who's ready to dominate the list this season.
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.
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.
The racers of the 405 struggle to get their cars ready after a tough few weeks of list racing; 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.
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 on the list what it means to race anytime, even if you have to beg or borrow to get your car ready.
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; 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?
Farmtruck and AZN are hosting another daily driver race, and this time, they've invited racers from all over the country to come to the 405 and race for $25,000. All the racers get their cars ready and cruise out to the race spot for the big event.
When Farmtruck finds a fleet of old cop cars at the salvage yard, he and AZN decide that the best use for them would be a giant demolition derby, the likes of which the 405 has never seen. Drivers from OKC, Texas, and Mississippi all get to work.
It's finally time for the Toilet Bowl 500, and the racers are ready to do some serious damage. Chuck and Reaper seem like early favorites since they brought such serious cars, but wildcards like Tina, Ed, and Monza take a stand.
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.
The 405 is ready for another season of list racing, but this time they're hoping to put the past behind them, come together, and try to make street racing fun again. But on race night, the same old games threaten to break the 405 apart before they start.
Farmtruck and AZN head to Kansas to fish with the new and improved Gonorail; back in Oklahoma, Ryan and Dominator repair broken cars in preparation for list racing, but when a driver gets out of control, the evening is brought to an abrupt end.
Monza gets a chance to come for the list after his wreck; Shawn makes plans to get back into the top five; Farmtruck and AZN find a fun use for discarded airbags; things heat up on race night as drivers make up for lost time.
Farmtruck and AZN invite the 405 racers out to Willow Springs International Raceway for a road race competition; the racers pair up to compete in a time-attack competition in which the pair with the fastest combined times will take home $10,000.
Ryan Martin looks over his car while Chief and Dave push each other in a competitive testing session, as they all get ready for another chance at #1. Then, when it's time to race, the racers fight to move up the list until broken cars slow everyone down.
It's nearing the end of the list racing season, and the racers make big changes in a last-ditch effort to move up the list; on race night, untested cars lead to big problems.
It's finally time for the last list race of the season, and the racers get their cars ready for the big race; Farmtruck and AZN fish out some fancy cars at cruise night; on race night, a costly mistake threatens to derail Chief.
OKC and Texas compete in an old school Cash Days race. Eight drivers from each state race for over $30,000 and the chance to prove that their state has the fastest racers in the country, but a sketchy road throws a wrench into the works for both sides.
On the second night of Cash Days, 405 racers must match up and race, while still fighting to knock out the only remaining Texas driver; the sketchy road is still in play, and it becomes a tuner's game to see who can get down the street in one piece.
In the season premiere, Farmtruck and AZN must face-off against one of four newbie racers who want to get on the top ten list. Big Chief gets a callout via an online video from a Texas race club who think they can take on the 405’s best. Old state rivalries lead to big brawls when Texas racers LMR want to change the rules on the OKC guys.
Big Chief strikes a deal with loudmouth racer Freakin’ Rican, allowing him to call out #10 Farmtruck in exchange for bootleg fireworks. There’s a shakeup in the middle of the list when #8 Derek gets called out by newcomer #9 Andrade and #6 Chuck gets called out by #7 Varley. Big Chief, Murder Nova, and Chuck spy on a Varley test hit but when the Gold Car veers off the road, things go terribly wrong.
After an expensive overhaul of his car, #2 Murder Nova calls out #1 Daddy Dave in an unforgettable rematch showdown. Freakin’ Rican finally gets his shot when he calls out #10 Farmtruck, but an AZN joyride jeopardizes the Farmtruck’s gatekeeper standing.
Tina Pierce, known by locals to be the fastest female racer in Oklahoma, calls out #10 Farmtruck. Old family rivalries come to a head when #8 Varley and #9 Andrade Jr. face-off while #6 Chuck and #7 Derek race for a $1000 and the #6 spot.
With the help of some racing legends, Big Chief resurrects his first race car, a '72 Pontiac LeMans he calls The Crow. The OKC's top 3 take on some expert race car builders' best to hold their coveted title of "Fastest Street Cars in the Nation."
AZN and Farmtruck build a Volkswagen bug race car to go out fishing with, but have a run-in with the local authorities. The top 3 on the list compete in a racing extravaganza. Big Chief re-introduces The Crow to the racers by calling out the #1 spot.
The second annual Bristol No Prep race begins with 32 of the fastest men and women competing for a giant, winner takes all, prize of $200,000. The competition heats up as racers push their cars round after round adjusting their tunes for the track.
The new season kicks off in Topeka, Kansas with the largest field of racers that No Prep Kings has ever seen. With a tricky track surface, and the fastest racers competing everyone has their work cut out for them to take home the $40,000.
Racers move into round two of the first No Prep Kings race of the season and with so much on the line, they push themselves and their cars to the limits. At the end of the night it's going to take a little luck and a lot of hard work to get the win.
The No Prep Kings Points Championship continues in Memphis Tennessee, where racers compete for $40,000 and points in the championship. Starting at the next event, the race is capped at 32 racers, and points determine who gets a spot in the next race.
As racers move into round 2 in Memphis, the heat and humidity become more challenging as the track gets greasy and slicker. With $40,000 and valuable points on the line these drivers are willing to do anything to get from A to B to get the win.
Racers arrive at Maple Grove Raceway for the 3rd event in the No Prep Kings series, but rain delays the start of the race. When it's time to start round 1, racers learn the hard way that the rainy weather has made this track especially challenging.
Racers move into round 2 at Maple Grove Raceway, and leader Ryan Martin hopes to continue his winning streak. Meanwhile, heavy hitters like Mike Murillo, Chuck, Larry Larson, and Jeff Lutz try to take him out.
Racers arrive at Route 66 Raceway outside of Chicago for the fourth race in the No Prep Kings series. When cold weather and rainy conditions make the track extra sketchy, the racers have to be on their game if they want to make it to the finish line.
Racers enter round two of the fourth event in the No Prep Kings series. After a challenging round one, the track is starting to come around. Racers have to turn their cars up without blowing tires off as they all chase points and the $40,000 prize.
Racers arrive in Morrison, Colorado for the next event in the No Prep Kings series, however, the high altitude means thin air and big problems for the racers who run turbos. It'll be a struggle just to get to the finish line.
It's time for the finals rounds in the race for points and $40,000 at Bandimere Speedway, but challenging conditions and a lengthy schedule are knocking out cars left and right. However, the top racers won't let the high altitude get them down.
Racers are in Tucson, AZ for the sixth race in the points series, but the desert dust and heat mean a seriously sketchy surface. Racers will have to be on their game if they want to take home a win on the most challenging track they'll race.
It's day two of the sixth race in the points series and when the sun comes out, the Tucson track gets even sketchier. And, with a rare chance to make up some serious ground, Mike Murillo is hoping to go rounds and earn some valuable points.
Racers arrive in Norwalk, Ohio for the seventh race in the No Prep Kings series and with only a few races left, the points race for the Championship is on. But, with a deceptively tricky track, the racers must find the right tune or risk going home.
Racers move into the second half of the seventh race in the No Prep Kings series, and with most of the top points leaders still in the race, the pressure is on for them to go all the way.
Racers arrive in Benson, North Carolina for the second to last No Prep Kings race of the season, but a hurricane passed through town right before the race making the track trickier than normal.
Racers are at GALOT Motorsports Park, and with most of the points leaders moving into the second half of the race, the pressure is on. It's the last race before the double points finale, so for anyone with their eyes on the prize, it's now or never.
It's time for the final event of the No Prep Kings season, and the stakes have never been higher. This race is for double points, which means every round counts as Ryan Martin, Mike Murillo, and Larry Larson scramble to take home the $250,000.
After a dramatic round one, the race to the Points Championship is wide open. And, with everything on the line, the top racers are prepared to give everything they've got in order to earn the coveted title of No Prep King Points Champion.
Looking for a family friendly location for a race, JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws decide to host an Arm Drop race at a local airstrip. It's Memphis against the world as they invite racers from all over to come out and compete for a $32,000 pot.
It's the first list race of the season and everyone is gearing up for a fight. When Chief's car is down for repairs, Shawn tries to take advantage and jump on the number one spot. Chaos breaks out when Doc tries to hold off racing Reaper.
Chief purposely falls down the list in order to race everyone he missed on his last trip to the top. Ryan and Chuck have a tough time getting their cars ready. Later, Shawn goes after Chuck in an attempt to take the OG Murder Nova back to the #1 spot.
While Chief is out of town, Chuck takes over as racemaster, but still must defend his number one spot. Farmtruck and AZN dig up a new kind of race. On race night, with racers missing, Monza and Dave jump into the top five while Ryan tries to take Chuck's crown.
The 405 head to Bristol, Tennessee to compete in the biggest no prep event in Street Outlaws history. With 32 of the baddest cars competing for $100K, the OKC racers give it all they've got in order to take the win. It's Bristol, Baby!
Ryan Martin gets ready to defend his crown in another list race; Big Chief is back, with new rules that will make race night faster and keep the racers on their toes.
Shawn makes a tough decision concerning his spot on the list while Dominator fights to make it back on the list. On race night, Chief tweaks the rules once again. Ryan & Chuck face off at the top of the list & Chief's plan to fall down the list & race Doc finally comes true.
It's time for Outlaw Armageddon, the biggest & baddest No Prep race in the country, & the 405 gets ready for the race. Everyone who is anyone in the street & track races scenes comes to OKC to lay it all on the line and try to win the $40,000 prize.
The new rules mean that the racers at the top of the list are held up waiting for callouts, but that means there's plenty drama in the bottom five. While Kamikaze struggles to make it to race night, Jeff Lutz and Dominator prepare to battle to get back on the list.
After the first round of Outlaw Armageddon, there are still 19 of the best racers in the country left to fight it out for the $40K pot. The remaining 405 racers must fight to defend their turf, because being beat at their home track isn't an option.
The 405 battle it out in OKC; Chief races AZN; Doc and Chuck meet up for the first time ever.
With only two list races left in the season, the drivers work to get their cars ready to race. Farmtruck and AZN prepare to race for some fishing. On race night, Ryan is getting ready to defend his number one spot and tempers flare between Doc and Monza.
The final list race of the season is here and everyone is aiming to move up. Murder Nova races Farmtruck for the first time and Ryan fights to reclaim the #1 spot. Then, chaos breaks out when Doc refuses a callout.
Mega Race 2 starts with race master and NASCAR superstar, Kyle Busch.
The Misfits start their build but tempers flare when an argument breaks out, threatening to stall the build completely. Farmtruck and AZN work on transforming the Gonorail into a functioning vehicle, but learn that this build will take extra work.
Farmtruck and AZN and the Misfits complete their builds and make some test hits, but teams struggle with technical issues that must be corrected. Ryan arrives in Phoenix along with some fellow 405 racers while the Gas Monkey crew heads to Arizona to race.
Richard re-ignites the rivalry between Gas Monkey Garage and the Street Outlaws by challenging outlaw Ryan Martin to a drag race in his Demon Challenger.
The mechanics from Fired Up Garage are ready to rumble, when they get wind Richard Rawlings and the Street Racers from the 405 are holding a rematch. The Misfits challenge Farmtruck and AZN to an all out 30 lap, three-driver road course race.
After getting called out by Richard Rawlings from Gas Monkey Garage, number one racer Ryan Martin has to work like crazy to get his car ready for the race. He and his team head out west to test, but it seems like everything is about to go wrong.
After accepting a challenge from the Misfits at Fired Up Garage, Farmtruck and AZN build themselves a road race vehicle. However, Farmtruck's vision to put a monorail car from the Oklahoma State Fair on wheels proves to be their biggest challenge ever.
Farmtruck and AZN get ready for Mega Race 2.
It's finally time for Mega Race 2, and that means that the racers from Street Outlaws, Fast N Loud, and Misfit Garage are all in Arizona for the big race. It's Oklahoma vs. Texas, and these guys will do anything to win.
JJ Da Boss has invited 8-street racing teams from around the country to Memphis for a chance to win $100,000. A win won't come without a fight, though, as South Carolina's small-tire racers and St. Louis high-dollar drivers are ready for war.
The heat is on as the South Carolina underdogs bring the fight to the St. Louis crew. It's all on display as mouthy leadership, fired-up tempers, and high pressure situations dominate a tension-filled night.
The second matchup gets heated fast as Kye Kelley and his NOLA racers take on Birdman and his team from Texas. The rivals' history of bad blood comes to a head when NOLA has car trouble, and Texas refuses to play nice.
The war continues between Team NOLA and Texas in a matchup that comes down to who can race best under pressure. In the end, the win will ultimately go to the team who can focus on the street instead of their fists.
Quinn and his family of Kentucky racers take on the ragtag team from the Northeast led by Chris Rankin. Rankin's team has never raced together before but Quinn's temper may get the best of him.
A storm brews between the Kentucky racers and the drivers from the Northeast. Quinn begins to unravel and JJ intervenes before things get violent.
Chucky brings his infamous team from Detroit to take on Richard McCarver and his team of relatively unknown racers from Mississippi.
The final match rages on between the racers from Mississippi and the big-mouth, bigger-horsepower racers from Detroit.
Chris Rankin's street-smart crew from the Northeast takes on the upstart Kye Kelley and his team from New Orleans in the second round of history's biggest street race.