Street Outlaws returns with Big Chief stepping down as racemaster to pursue the list in his twin turbo-charged Pontiac a.k.a 'The Crow'. AZN, Farmtruck and the 'Dungbeetle' have a run-in with police while testing. Varley's son/driver Tony quits, leaving the team high and dry. Tina drops off the list, leaving an opportunity for new racers and familiar faces to race-off round-robin style for the coveted #10 spot
Track racers from Tulsa, OKC's northern neighbor, call out the 405 with hopes of taking down the 'fastest street-raced cars in the country'. Farmtruck and AZN try to raise money with a junk-purged garage sale and both Murder Nova and Chuck upgrade to twin turbo in preparation for the races against the Tulsa guys.
Current racemaster Farmtruck devises a plan to have the top 5 racers battle each other to shake up the top 10 list. AZN and Farmtruck fish for races with the Dung Beetle as Varley's son Shelby takes over the Gold Car driving duties and attempts to get them back on the list.
The smack talk gets spicy as OKC's best drive down to New Orleans to race The Big Easy's fastest street cars. Big Chief enlists his good friend Kamikaze to resurrect Flip's El Camino and Texas racer Boosted GT tries to convince Chief to give him a shot at the list.
Doc is determined to make a comeback with the Street Beast. Big Chief and Kamikaze decide it's time for the El Camino to race for the list. Farmtruck and AZN go after redemption with an old rival with the Dung Beetle.
OKC racers take on the fastest of the south at the annual Cash Days race. While fishing for street races and fast cash, Farmtruck and AZN meet their match.
Big Chief calls out Murder Nova to take the number one spot from Daddy Dave; Kayla Morton and Boosted GT take a shot at the list; Farmtruck wants a new sleeper.
A sneak peak at the new season and a look back at lost moments, the best fights and omitted scenes and races.