In the series premiere, Chuck (#7) calls out Flip (#6) for his spot on the Oklahoma street racing list. Murder Nova (#1), Big Chief (Race Organizer), and Flip decide to impersonate security guards and prank Chuck with a fake bust as he street tests his car. Meanwhile, Brandon (unranked) calls out Farmtruck(#10) to try to break onto the list. When race day comes, tensions run high and fights break out that leave shockwaves throughout this Oklahoma racing community.
Local racing legend Varley (#9) is devastated when he's told he must quit street racing. After a fight, Chuck begs Big Chief to coach him back up the list but while street testing his car, Chuck is surprised when he is swarmed by cops.
After three years of taunting, Doc (#2) calls out Murder Nova (#1) to race for the crown. Farmtruck (#10) and AZN prepare for their list race against Varley (#9) by hustling street races with randoms on local highways.
While preparing to race Doc (#2), Murder Nova (#1) does a test hit on the street that draws the attention of the local authorities. Team Varley (#9) and Farmtruck (#10) scramble to get their cars ready to rematch.
Chuck (#7) and Flip's (#6) smack talk at a poker tournament leads to another call out. Monza (#4) calls out groom-to-be Daddy Dave (#3) for his spot but days before his wedding, Daddy Dave's test-hits signal the boys in blue.
Doc (#1) and Shawn (#2) face each other in a rematch for the Crown of Oklahoma's fastest street car. Derek calls out Farmtruck (#10) and tries to get back on the list, but during a late night testing session, Derek gets a visit from some familiar cops.
The rivalry between Daddy Dave (#2) and Shawn (#1) comes to a head when Dave calls out Shawn for the #1 spot. Fresh off his win against Farmtruck (unranked) and cocky as ever, newcomer Derek (#10) challenges Varley (#9).
The Red River Rivalry gets renewed in a battle between Texas vs. Oklahoma drivers. The winner lays claim to being the fastest state in the country. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and Asian take a road trip of their own into Texas to do some good old fashion 'fishing'.