Buckle Up for a Wild Ride with "Street Outlaws"

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21 December 2014
Street Outlaws

Shawn Ellington, Justin Shearer and Tyler Priddy get ready for a practical joke.
Photo: Zach Green/Kate Trippe/Discovery Channel

"Street Outlaws"
Monday, December 29 at 9PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel
         "Street Outlaws" is back with more intense list racing and out-of-town challenges when the series returns December 29th at 9PM ET/PT, reclaiming its spot on Discovery’s Motor Mondays as one of the top cable programs among men*.
          With a more competitive list, the bets are higher, the smack talk is louder, and the races are faster than ever before. This season, the 405 face their fastest challengers yet, putting their status as the “fastest racers in the country” on the line.  The stakes are high for the “baddest” and best on the scene, with the 405 members fighting to get on the “list” of the 10 fastest cars in Oklahoma City. These guys will do anything to get and stay ranked, even if it means running from the law! 
         This season, Midwest Streetcars' business is booming, making Shawn, Big Chief, and Kamikaze's goal of moving up the ranks even more fierce.  The antics continue, as Farmtruck and AZN create a 61 MPH mobility scooter and haunt the Oklahoma City streets in their driverless hearse.  
         Farmtruck, Jeff Lutz, Kayla Morton, Chuck and Varley are all back and making attempts at the gatekeeper spot as the list's top 5 becomes an intense battleground.  Will Big Chief finally be able to take the 405 crown? Against stacked odds, will the 405 beat their biggest rivals on the road?
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