Relatively unknown Brandon James wins Street Outlaws Mega Cash Days

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

A relatively unknown drag racer has won the largest Street Outlaws Mega Cash Days event. This was the most lucrative event ever with 64 drivers that competes in Scottsbluff, Nebraska last fall.

Team California driver Brandon James defeated Team Memphis competitor Dennis Bailey in the final round. James went undefeated in the several-week event.

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With the win, James won the $100,000 grand prize. In total, he went home with $135,000.

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“To win this whole thing with all the names that were here and being undefeated, you can’t ask for anything more than that,” James said after winning the event on the Discovery Channel. “That was exactly what we wanted to do. We wanted to come here and show everyone, who we were, and represent California. I’m pretty sure we did that. Now, people know who we are, and California is on the map now.”

In the final round, James needed to just win one race against Bailey. The Memphis Street Outlaws competitor needed to win twice.

In the final race, James went down the track with no problems. However, Bailey had problems shortly after the hit.

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James is the latest name to say that they are a Cash Days winner. Drivers have been competing in Cash Days before Street Outlaws became a hit on the Discovery Channel.

He can also say that he won the largest Cash Days event in Street Outlaws history.

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