Recherche Google | best design | Pinterest | Cars, Toyota and The

Most Popular Street Racing Cars

Types Of Racing Cars / May 18, 2017


Location: Colorado Springs, CO

2, 368 posts, read 6, 153, 328 times

Reputation: 624

Which cities do you think have the most street racing taking place in them? To me I think its the western cities, most notably Los Angeles. I live in Colorado Springs and I hear cars street racing all the time, I live by alot of major streets so at night is when it happens alot.

Location: Underneath the Pecan Tree

15, 989 posts, read 27, 430, 493 times

Reputation: 7132

Definetely California cities

The Bay and L.A have that on lock


Location: Atlanta

2, 848 posts, read 4, 984, 844 times

Reputation: 1705


Originally Posted by cali_baby Definetely California cities I can't say about other places, but you're right about the Bay. I remember seeing people street race pretty regularly on Anza street, in SF's richmond district, back when I was a kid. One more recent time seeing a street race that's stuck in my mind was around 3 p.m., middle of the day on Geary and Divisadero. A riced up honda and two bikes were racing each other up Geary, probably doing about 60, weaving though traffic. Pretty crazy. I also remember reading in the news last year about two taxis that crashed in the Richmond district while racing each other. We have some crazy drivers up here.

Location: Irvine, Oc, Ca

1, 423 posts, read 3, 880, 917 times

Reputation: 662

This is because of the new Fast & Furious movie isnt it?

Just guessing I would say LA. Here around Cleveland Ive seen it a few times, but its not that common.

Location: yeah

5, 718 posts, read 13, 267, 597 times

Reputation: 2783

The Asian suburbs of LA; Cerritos, Artesia, Norwalk, Lakewood, West Covina, Walnut, etc.

Also the Inland Empire; Rancho, Ontario, etc.

2, 368 posts, read 6, 153, 328 times

Originally Posted by Cle440 This is because of the new Fast & Furious movie isnt it? Yeah it is. I like all that street racing stuff, and car custimiztion. I don't do it myself, but I think its interesting.

Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Over $68, 000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. Additional giveaways are planned.

Detailed information about all U.S. cities, counties, and zip codes on our site: