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The new season kicks off with eleven epic races against OKC's archrival Memphis - and later this season, the Outlaws will compete for the highest prize amount in series history. Oklahoma City boasts some of the fastest racers in America. Big Chief runs "The List, " a tally of the 10 best racers in OKC. If you want to move up a spot, you've got to challenge someone - and win.
The Story of Street Outlaws Season 11, Episode 101 Paid. 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.
The wait is over! Street Outlaws Memphis is back for its sophomore season!The premiere event starts off this Monday, October 15th when we look back at the history of JJ! Then the 2-hour season premiere comes to Discovery, October 22nd at 8/7c!
What happens when you combine illegal street racing with self proclaimed "dumbasses"?You get Street Outlaws.A fast paced look into the world of street racing. Add in crazy racers and comedy and ...
Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws is a popular show for racing enthusiasts, and one of the show’s most famous faces is Big Chief. After rumors of Big Chief’s divorce, the reality star is back in the spotlight with talk among fans that he may be leaving the show.
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Outlaws veteran Chuck will serve as race master in a new city and on a new no prep track, where 32 of the biggest names in no prep racing will duke it out to become the ultimate winner and receive a $40, 000 first place purse. With more than $320, 000 up for grabs the stakes are high and the risks are even higher.
Street Outlaws took us back to when the show first started with a throwback special last night (May 21).Going back to the first season reminded us of one motorhead who is gone but not forgotten. Tyler “Flip” Priddy was an irreplaceable part of the crew until his sudden death.
Big Chief is back behind the wheel for a shot at the list. Go under the hood of his ride: a 1972 Pontiac LeMans nicknamed, The Crow.
The sting of losing his first race to a Chevy Beretta launched Justin “Big Chief” Shearer into a life-long pursuit. “I don’t even think it was a GT; it was just a Beretta and this kid wore me out.