It’s a Happy Halloween, ‘Cause ‘Street Outlaws’ New Season Arrives: Preview of Premiere AND 1-Hour Special (VIDEO)

The street racing fun returns to Motor Mondays as “Street Outlaws” is back for a new season, beginning at 9 p.m. ET, immediately followed by a special one-hour program on Discovery. The level of competition intensifies as the rules of the game change and some of the most experienced drivers, who are now racing new cars, must start from the bottom.

It will be a sprint to see which veteran “405” driver can make it to #1 first and the list gets a shakeup with a big change of spots, as well as someone ready to move on up. In the season premiere, “Where the Streets Have No Names”, Daddy Dave pulls Henson’s Plan B from the one spot and starts from ten in his own car.  Farmtruck and AZN face off, Doc and Shawn prep to race for #1, and Chief gets ready for his long march up the list.

In  order to compete with the pro-mods coming for the List, 405 drivers Doc and Monza worked together during the off-season to make their cars as light as possible, ultimately losing more than 1,000 pounds off their vehicles. Brian “Chucky” Davis, of Detroit, also returns to the streets of the 405 with his new ride, but racers are nervous to line up against him after his crash with Chief earlier this year.

Then “Street Outlaws” continues with the special, “If You Can’t Beat-le ’em, Join ’em”. Since everyone in the 405 has been upgrading their cars, it’s time to go under their hoods to find out what makes these guys so fast. Farmtruck and AZN struggle to fix the Dung Beetle for fishing, and setup some races to get out of paying for some tuning.

The show is produced for Discovery Channel by Pilgrim Media Group; Craig Piligian and Sam Korkis are executive producers. For Discovery, Craig Coffman is executive producer and Todd Lefkowitz is coordinating producer.

Discovery airs the “Street Outlaws” season premiere at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Monday October 31st, followed by a one hour special at 10 PM.  Image/video credit: Discovery Communications, used with permission 


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