Everything You Need to Know About the New Season of Street Outlaws: Memphis

        Catch the two-hour season premiere Monday, September 23 at 8pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel.

        Nobody outdoes Memphis when it comes to street racing!

        JJ Da Boss and his team of drivers are gearing up for another season of Discovery’s Street Outlaws: Memphis. They’re bringing back true grass-roots racing to the game and taking on the best competition in the country. From Detroit to Texas and everywhere in between, they’ll be tested to prove that they’re the best racers around.

        When it comes to Memphis Outlaws, racing is a family affair. With five generations of racers, the Memphis Street Outlaws are fighting with everything they’ve got in hopes of bringing pride and cold hard cash back home to family. We are introduced to new and old faces this season, Kenneth Gulley it stepping back into the driver seat for the first time after a catastrophic crash in his S10 Bounty Hunter. But things go a step further when his daughter, Mallory, throws her hat into the racing ring. With the help of Precious, JJ and the rest of the Memphis team, Mallory gets behind the wheel of Ziptie and gets a lesson in street racing 101 Memphis-style before gearing up for her first race.

        With big-time money, risky bets, new drivers and higher stakes at nearly every turn, JJ Da Boss and his Memphis family must rely on their tried and true grass-roots street racing skills to come out ahead. Whether facing off with the flashy Ohio racers with their big tire cars, handling some of the sketchiest surfaces they’ve ever raced in West Virginia, or dealing with loudmouth racers from Detroit, the team is ready to “Get That Money” like only Memphis Outlaws know how.

        Street Outlaws: Memphis | First Look

        JJ bumps in Tim Jackowski in his orange ?92 Camaro to race against Anthony Smith.

        Photo By: ADRIAN BERRYHILL

        Street Outlaws: Memphis | First Look

        JJ and Mallory lay out the bets on the hood of Big Block Killer.

        Photo By: ADRIAN BERRYHILL

        Street Outlaws: Memphis | First Look

        JJ calls out an opponent for Dennis Bailey.

        Photo By: ADRIAN BERRYHILL

        Street Outlaws: Memphis | First Look

        JJ looks on as Jason Ainsworth does a burnout in prep for his race.

        Photo By: ADRIAN BERRYHILL

        The newest season premieres Monday, September 23 at 8pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel with a special two-hour episode. Viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #StreetOutlawsMemphis and follow Street Outlaws on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates.

        Next Up

        A Close Victory for Friesen at Eldora Dirt Derby

        Canadian driver Stewart Friesen took a close win with 0.728 seconds on driver Sheldon Creed?at the?2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series Eldora Dirt Derby.

        An Impressive NASCAR Cup Win for Kevin Harvick at Michigan

        Denny Hamlin was a close second to Harvick?at the Consumers Energy 400 this past weekend.

        Marc Marquez Continues Winning Streak At 2019 Czech MotoGP

        The racer from Spain took first place on the Brno Circuit, continuing his streak as one the most successful international motorcycle racers of all time.

        Ott T?nak Continues World Rally Domination In Germany

        Amid a brake failure, the Estonian driver?secured his fifth?win of the 2019 rally season, and landed Toyota’s first 1-2-3 WRC result.

        T?nak Wins Neste Rally Finland Second Year In A Row

        Toyota driver Ott T?nak, co-driven by Martin J?rveoja, won the Rally Finland for their second year in a row in the 2019?World Rally Championships.

        Austin Hill Takes The Win At Michigan, Secures?Matt Crafton Playoff Spot in NASCAR Truck Series

        In a nail biting overtime, Hill edged out runner up Sheldon Creed and secured Matt Crafton’s playoff spot in the regular season finale at Michigan International Speedway.

        Chase Elliott Wins Consecutive GoBowling At The Glen Victory In NASCAR Cup Series

        Elliott maintained his track position and raced mistake-free, forcing Martin Truex, Jr. into second place yet again.

        NOLA Street Outlaws Team Up to Take No Prep Kings Crown

        Meet the reformed NOLA team who are taking a stand against OKC and Texas.

        Heavy D Sets Record with Gravity-Defying Monster Jump Over Flying Airplane

        DIESEL BROTHERS: MONSTER JUMP LIVE was the perfect event to go big or go diesel!