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Street Outlaws is an American reality television series. The series premiered on Discovery . While fishing for street races and fast cash, Farmtruck and AZN meet their match. 23, 7, "Big Chief vs Murder Nova" . Farmtruck and AZN take on an elderly couple in a Hotrod with the Dung Beetle. Farmtruck, Kamikaze, Chuck. Street Outlaws' Farmtruck and Azn host a wild, no-time grudge race in Big tire also saw its fair share of excitement, with a couple of lane. Farmtruck and AZN from the Discovery Channel's Street Outlaws series had flown all the way from Oklahoma City to work with students at CIT's.
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Because a guy like him is what they need. These guys need to talk about what a struggle it was to get to the starting line. Were they barely able to make it up there? I believe the reason Street Outlaws is so popular is because people have fallen in love with the characters on the show.
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The people that make decisions there are already rich. They had attitude and they had ego and they were cocky because they had to be. They had something to prove. So that should tell you all you need to know; the fans are not associating with who these drivers are; they just know who the sponsor is.
That still goes on. This guy is trying to make me look like an idiot. Okay, everybody knows that a no-prep race is exactly the same as a street race laughs. I love the race track. But there are other tracks that are doing it now. How much friction really exists between so-called track racers and what you guys do? Will you be street racing forever? And so you just kind of wonder. Keep your stuff there.
How active is the street racing scene down there in Oklahoma City? Is it pretty much what we see on the show or is there a lot more to it? Well, we still race probably one to two nights a week on a normal basis with good weather off the show.
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A couple of our guys actively race off the show for big money on a regular basis, just because a lot of us are still really street. You kind of have an outline.
They basically have four stories for each episode. So the A story might be Murder Nova versus Doc or whatever, and then the B story is going to be somebody down at the bottom of the list like Varley trying to get back on the list, and then you got a C and a D story, which is like Farm Truck and AZN goofing off and then the D story is like a prank or whatever, right?
You found the realest street racers there are and so now you got to deal with it.
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Believing they had nothing to lose, the cast didn't hold back while filming season 1. Their enthusiasm and racing talent wasn't lost on the Discovery Channel, who was so impressed with the show's freshman season they gave the gang 10 full seasons, so far. However, while it may help them gain fans, they might just find themselves losing their licenses in the process.
Naturally, drivers were upset and angry over the ultimatum and lashed out against the NHRA. The organization issued a response to the backlash.
Head of PR, Geno Eiffler, defended the statementsaying that the organization wanted to prevent licensed drivers from promoting an illegal and dangerous activity. He went to state that he hoped drivers would do the right thing, clearly indicating the NHRA had zero intentions of loosening their stance.
If you're Joe "Dominator" Woods or a conspiracy theorist, we guess you might have thought the Discovery Channel was a secret spy operation Dominator admitted he didn't trust the show's producers at all when they first began filming.
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In fact, he totally thought they were part of an "undercover sting" and that they were all going to end up in jail. Remember, street racing isn't exactly on the up and up. Thankfully, Dominator was wrong and his crew became superstars instead. But that's mostly because Every race was cleared and permitted by the city the crew happened to be visiting that episode.
The crew would put in for a permit, which would either be denied or approved by local officials. To keep things extra safe and legal, local police officers would often drop by to keep an eye on the races and the roads were always shut down for the racers' private use. Really as far away from illegal or street as you can possibly get. In the case of Tulsa, the thinking was the same as the NHRA, the city was worried it would appear they were promoting illegal activity.
There were are a lot of rules and regulations preventing them from really racing the way they would on an ordinary road Big Chief admitted that some of the crew members will seek out local races in town the night before they are supposed to shoot.