The Street Outlaw crew was pushing it to finish after a very late start. Sounds like the whole issue was Aaron bailing out on him, if that hadn't happened, nobody would've complained. Aaron has a vision of what a unique build should be in 2017. You can Watch Now or Download the video to a , except for Pay-Per-View videos. The car went good for 60ft then goes into a violent tire shake. The winner will take home a massive cash prize. Both teams built very very cool cars that both performed really well.
I felt everything leading up to the race was about as fair as it could've been for both sides, and made for an actually competitive race. Over the years, he has photographed several major auto racing events, sports, news journalism, portraiture, and everything in between. These guys are obviously runnng pro built mega expensive full on door slammers or so it seems to me nothing like hotted up daily drivers which was where this started. As for Aaron- that part was cool. Is that the basic idea of the show? Race 2: This time it was the Gonorail that went off-road. I will wait for the new podcast to get the real scoop. Street Outlaws are real street racing people.
Maybe he received them and that's when he found out Aaron was gone and said this is not what we agreed to and started getting down on the Megarace situation. He has always been a bit of a douche to me, but he made Aaron's work possible, which is what I came to see. It has been an entertaining month watching vastly different groups building some mean machines. As for the old guy and his pretty young Asian side kick??? He buys and sells cars and has some different ideas but he's really just a business owner. You can check out the blog update featuring a host of build images , along with a more recent update on their televised test session at the Texas Motorplex. Now They are supposed to be racing at a neutral track, How can that be? I dunno, I kinda agree with Big Chief.
Ignore all the build up drama. I can't help but notice there is no email that indicates the written rules were sent to Chief. He really wanted Richard to get behind the wheel of a drag car? I seem to remember the very first season of the show wasn't produced under these circumstances i. The clash of the titans some might call it as it sure gives such taste. They have shown S10 Ep1 — Smoked in Memphis and S10 Ep2 — Going for the Jugular. So I kind of saw that coming from the start.
When Chief hears rumors from Texas, he's not sure he wants to build a car. Then it was more head games for the second race. But, it's hot nasty speed and some legit car stuff. They've had all this time and not anyone from that team has proved that they were in the right by providing a different rule sheet. Tonight, we see two amazing garages competing against each other! The Race Both drivers have an extreme amount of respect for the other, but each possess the drive and desire to win, taking this from a friendly match race to an all-out grudge race.
I don't think I've ever seen him lift a wrench much less race a car. Even if Aaron won, he was not only late, but had extra days to work on his car. Oh, and there is much more than just bragging rights on the line. That combo should have easily outran Big Chief by yards at the stripe. I think the racing was real.
It is a tribute to the car he ran when Street Outlaws became a must-see show on Mondays. The top of the list will not be as protected by dollars as it has in the past. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and Azn had their own little build off against the mechanics of Misfit Garage. Reaper is known as a really good guy by most who know him. I watch all the Street Outlaws stuff, but man I can't stand Ass Monkey. On a prepped track, the Fireball crew relies on Goodyear slicks to get down the track.
The other thing i find strange is the rules they mention on FnL were steel roof, steel quarters and i think the engine size. But as they like to constantly point out, the road surface is the equalizer. I absolutely get where he was coming from about wanting Richard to drive the car and help with the build. It came as big of a shock to Richard as it did to the fans. I'm not sure whether I have missed something here, but it looks like Foxtel have screwed up the broadcast of season 10. As the Mega Race was being announced, Kaufman was breaking the news to Richard Rawlings that he was leaving.
When Aaron pulled out and Laughlin was brought in then that reduced the fairness in in Chief's eyes, even though Richard is right and its a little unreasonable to expect him to try to learn to drive and actually compete with Chief. It is more than what can be shown on existing television. In 2018, Gas Monkey Garage has something to prove. Everyone who knows who Richard Rawlings is, knows he doesn't build or race cars. But, it also appeared that the feelings were real- so they were genuinely trying to win. But we do have one party providing proof while the other party hasn't but keeps claiming foul.