No Trailer Street Car Shootout Brings a Wide Variety of Wicked Rides
Determining what exactly constitutes a “street car” is a debate that can go around in circles for hours. While we would like to have a true definition of such a machine, it seems like everyone you ask will have a slightly different take on the matter. Sometimes, folks are just trying to get to the bottom of the question and other times, we find people who are attempting to bend the definition of the term in order to fit their very own narrative so that they can fit into a specific racing class.
This time, we take a trip to a race that attempts to get to a place where only real street cars are allowed. Many times, in street races, we find that competitors like to trailer their rides in for a variety of different reasons. Chief among these reasons is that the cars might not actually be street legal or capable of making a long journey due to a purpose-built application that’s good for racing and racing alone. In turn, one really never knows when something is going to break and leave you stranded with a race car that won’t move under its own power.
In this particular case, though, trailers were not allowed as competitors had to roll up to the race spot with their racing machine driving under its own power and leave the same exact way.
The variety of cars here is pretty interesting as all sorts of different builds come together to throw down on the streets to see exactly who has what it takes to go home with a stack of cash.
By following along with the video below from dragordietv, we to check in with action that puts rides of all walks of life next to each other on a virgin surface to see who has what it takes to call their ride the fastest!