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Street Outlaws celebrates 10 year filming anniversary

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Street Outlaws have been on TV for quite some time. Did you know it has been 10 years? 

According to the Farmtruck and AZN social media account, it has indeed been 10 years since they began filming. The show debuted in 2013. 

Street Outlaws
Street Outlaws (Photo by Street Outlaws/Discovery Channel)

“Today, February 1st, 2023, marks the 10-year anniversary of #StreetOutlaws first day of filming,” Farmtruck and AZN said in a social media post. “We owe the last 10 crazy years to you guys watching and supporting us. Also, to everyone who has helped us along the way. We sure as hell didn’t do this alone. Thank you for believing in us! 

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“Now, excuse us while we go watch episode 1 of season 1! “Midnight Riders” …. Which was actually the name of the show before it was called Street Outlaws! Thank goodness they changed it!” 

According to the Wikipedia page, the Street Outlaws TV show began on the Discovery Channel on June 10th, 2013. The first season featured eight episodes that lasted through July 29th, 2013. 

Street Outlaws 405 is currently in their latest season that was filmed last July during the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings break. The current season, which airs on the Discovery Channel on Monday nights, showcases the 405 drivers in small tires. 

In the very first episode, Chuck (Chuck Seitsinger) called out the late Flip for a spot on the list. Shawn “Murder Nova” Ellington was the No. 1 driver at the time. 

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Before his race with Chuck, Flip decided to impersonate security guards and prank Chuck during a bust on the street during testing. Also, on the episode, Brandon, who was unranked at the time, called out Farmtruck for the No. 10 spot. 

This episode also featured tension between the drivers. 

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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