Exclusive Sneak Peek: Memphis Street Outlaws Takes On The West Coast

Over the past few years, the Memphis Street Outlaws have been dominant in the streets, proving they’re willing to take on anyone, any time, and almost always come out on top. In an all new season of Street Outlaws: Memphis, JJ Da Boss will push his family like never before to prove they’re the best racers in the game when they leave their own turf in Memphis and head to Las Vegas to race the best of the West Coast on one of the trickiest streets in the country.

Precious Cooper negotiates a race while her sister Chelsea Day and the rest of the MSO listen.

While the MSO has raced this road before, they’ve always struggled to fine-tune their cars to get down the street. Now, they’ll have to figure it out before the West Coast drivers take their money.

JJ invites the top West Coast racers out to challenge the MSO — including the infamous Boddie and a new, fast-talking Cali driver who seems to have it out for JJ and the family — and with the West Coast’s unique style of driving, Memphis will need to work together to get the wins they need to make the Vegas trip worth the risk.

Brian Britt helps his MSO teammate Mustang Mike (Mike Gage) straighten out.

Audiences will see some familiar and returning faces in the streets alongside the MSO, including Big Chief, Jackie, and Boddie, who come out for the race, making these Vegas streets a super-star event. Also this season, Axman and his wife join team Memphis for the season, alongside the rest of the MSO crew including Precious, Tricia and Dennis Bailey.

JJ Da Boss (Jonathan Day) goes airborne during the arm drop.

With big-time money, a new street, new drivers and a risky bet that may push the family beyond its limits, JJ Da Boss and his MSO crew must rely on their tried and true grass-roots street racing skills to come out ahead and prove they’ve learned to dominate out of their comfort zone far and away from home.

Street Outlaws: Memphis premieres Monday, July 19 at 8pm ET/PT on Discovery.

About the author

Andrew Wolf

Andrew has been involved in motorsports from a very young age. Over the years, he has photographed several major auto racing events, sports, news journalism, portraiture, and everything in between. After working with the Power Automedia staff for some time on a freelance basis, Andrew joined the team in 2010.
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