Street Outlaws follows the street racers of Oklahoma City as they hit the streets to prove that OKC has the fastest drivers in the country
"Street Outlaws" is awful even by Discovery standards...It's not real street racing, either: competitors attest that there are fire and medical crews on site and filming locations get shut down just as they would for any other TV show using a public stretch of road. There's still the issue that using a regular road doesn't have all the safety precautions that a purpose-built drag strip has, but competitors appearing on the show aren't completely stupid. Many of them even wear a lot of the safety gear for their runs anyway, TV show with lax requirements or not. For those appearing on the show, "Street Outlaws" is a controlled environment and an opportunity to promote themselves as racers. As flawed as the show's concept may be, it still reaches a wide audience on a major cable network. If you're looking for sponsors, here you go: instant publicity.--Stef Schrader, Black Flag, February 27, 2015
David Charles Sullivan
Auto, Auto Racing, Documentary, Reality, Sports
Street Outlaws is a highly successful series. This was Discovery’s 98th Tv Show. Street Outlaws was one of this most popular pieces. You can also watch other Tv Show from that genre such as Street Customs, Top Gear, and American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior: A Crew Divided.