Street Outlaws Scream on Shake Down Runs at goldRush Rally Callout
Within our automotive community, there are all sorts of different strokes. Even when ...
Within our automotive community, there are all sorts of different strokes. Even when we break it down to something like drag racing, there are still different subcommunities to be found within the larger group. Just to show off exactly what we’re talking about, we take a trip back a couple of weeks ago to Thunder Valley Raceway in Oklahoma City.
At the Speed Society-sponsored event, some of the crew from the Street Outlaws took on some of the Gold Blooded from goldRush Rally. No matter which way someone in the premises looked, there were all sorts of awesome machines tailored to different driving styles.
Obviously, the Street Outlaws crew has built their cars and trucks for a very specific purpose. At the end of the day, these cars are really designed to go fast in a straight line. They might be able to cruise the streets a little bit but there isn’t much outside of that ability that most of the machines can take on. Obviously, there’re some exceptions here and there.
On the other hand, we have the Gold Blooded from goldRush Rally. These exotics do well in a variety of different categories. Perhaps they can carve up the corners before going on a long cruise through the mountains. That isn’t to say they are slouches on the drag strip, though. Many of these exotics can certainly hold their own against a wide variety of competitors.
This time, from the National No Prep Association, we get a little bit of footage from the event. This one mostly focuses on the Street Outlaws competitors like Kamikaze and Farmtruck. However, we see a couple of other little moments sprinkled in there that are too funny to resist.
How could somebody pass up Farmtruck racing the golf cart down the strip against a Rolls-Royce? This is really some must-see stuff!