Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge

Watch Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge

  • 2011
  • 1 Season

Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge was a high-octane reality show that aired on MTV2 in 2011. The show was hosted by renowned motorcyclist Carey Hart, professional driver Chris McClaran and professional drag racer Clay Millican. Burnout featured 12 of the best drivers and car customizers from across America competing in a series of intense drag races in a bid to win a grand prize of $100,000.

The show was set up in a series of heats, with the contestants first having to customize their cars to meet certain specifications before they could race. The contestants were judged on their skills in car customization, as well as their driving skills. Each race was a spectacle in itself, with the drivers using their machines to push the boundaries of what was possible in a drag race.

The challenges were set up in locations that were specifically designed to test the competitors’ skills, with the racers battling it out on a dry lake bed, a dirt track, and on the streets of an abandoned ghost town. Each race challenged the drivers to use their skills and the capabilities of their cars to their fullest, with some heats requiring good handling skills, while others required sheer horsepower.

Carey Hart, Chris McClaran, and Clay Millican were the perfect hosts for this show as they brought a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table. Carey Hart is a professional motorcycle stuntman, Clay Millican is a nine-time IHRA Top Fuel Drag Racing World Champion, and Chris McClaran is a professional driver for the Pro-Motion Motorsports team. This expert trio was on hand to provide technical and safety advice to the competitors, and to explain the intricacies of each race to the viewers at home.

The contestants on Burnout were not your average drivers, instead they were hobbyists and professionals who had spent years perfecting their driving and customizing skills. Each contestant brought their own unique style and approach to the challenges, creating an eclectic mix of personalities and driving styles.

The show was well-produced, with stunning visuals and excellent editing making for an immersive experience for the audience. The races were particularly exciting to watch, with the roaring engines and whirring tires providing an intense sensory experience for the viewers. The cameras were expertly positioned to capture every moment of the action, from the starting line all the way to the finish.

One of the key components of the show was the competitors’ ingenuity in customizing their cars. They had to come up with innovative and creative ways to modify their vehicles to make them faster and more maneuverable. There were no rules or regulations in terms of how the contestants could customize their cars, and they were only limited by their imagination and their budget. From adding nitrous systems to lowering suspension, each of the racers brought their own unique touch to their rides.

Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge was a showcase of the best in American car culture. The drivers and customizers on the show were passionate about their craft, and their energy and enthusiasm were infectious. Their love of cars and racing was palpable, and it was impossible not to get caught up in their enthusiasm.

Overall, Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge was a must-watch for any automotive enthusiast. The show combined the thrill of high-speed drag racing with the ingenuity and creativity of car customization, making for an exciting and entertaining series. Carey Hart, Chris McClaran, and Clay Millican were the perfect hosts for the show, providing expert advice and guidance to the contestants, and keeping the action flowing smoothly. Whether you are a petrolhead or just someone who appreciates high-octane action, Burnout: The Ultimate Drag Race Challenge was a show worth tuning in for.

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Put It On The Line
9. Put It On The Line
August 15, 2011
It all comes down to how the cars perform on the track.
All Hands on Deck
8. All Hands on Deck
August 8, 2011
The race is just days away and both teams struggle with time deadlines and setbacks.
7. Focus
July 31, 2011
The teams are burning the midnight oil to get their cars finished while competing in the toughest challenge yet.
Out With the Old
6. Out With the Old
July 24, 2011
The new drivers take lessons on the raceway. Jason Line presents the teams with tire-change challenge of massive proportions.
Fail and Bail
5. Fail and Bail
July 17, 2011
The extra hours building is hurting some team members school work. The blue team gives Chops another chance.
4. Wheelman
July 13, 2011
The teams find out who their drivers are. Parts start to arrive and the the blue team struggles.
Waiting Game
3. Waiting Game
July 10, 2011
The blue team waits for parts while the red team puts parts together. Both teams head to Vegas.
Do Over
2. Do Over
June 30, 2011
The red team's car is beyond repair so they make a deal with a local auto shop for a new car and both teams are faced with a new challenge.
One Owner
1. One Owner
June 26, 2011
The top 20 students at UTI are selected to build the ultimate drag race car, after they are broken up into two teams they face their first challenge and get to work on their cars.
  • Premiere Date
    June 26, 2011