Still on the road, JJ decides to invite the best racers from the West to meet in Las Vegas for a winner-take-all arm drop race, with a total of $30,000 up for grabs. With so many heavy hitters all in one place, JJ and the family are put to the test.
After a night of low bets in Arizona, JJ decides to set up another race against racers in New Mexico, hoping for a chance to make more money to make the trip west worthwhile. However, the New Mexico racers have roads are dusty and unpredictable.
JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws decide to head west to meet up with a group of Arizona racers let by Mary, who they've raced with before. But when they arrive in Arizona, it seems like the odds may be stacked against Memphis.
When Doughboy's Impala is finally ready to start up for the first time, the whole family gathers to celebrate. On race night, a mouthy group of racers from Delaware, Maryland & Virginia bring a bad attitude and Doughboy finally lines up for a race.
Memphis comes together to help Doughboy get his car ready to race but when it won't be running by race night, JJ decides to give Dover a second chance. Then, when New York comes to town, Memphis tries for a big comeback after last week's big losses.
A group of fast-talking racers from Pennsylvania come to town to race and ready to bet big money. After an early and costly loss because of a car problem, Memphis has to pull together and win almost every race if they don't want to end in the red.
JJ and crew are back, but after a devastating crash, Doughboy questions if he should continue racing. Racers from St. Louis are in town, and since one of them tried to burn Tricia down, the Memphis Street Outlaws are done being nice.
Memphis Street Outlaws is back and diving deep into the backstory of JJ Da Boss and his family of racers. JJ tells us about his past, and how love, family, and honor keeps the Memphis family racing together today.