Riding shotgun when you’re street racing requires that you’d better know how to navigate and you should keep a watchful eye out for police.
If you’re going to ride along with someone that’s going street racing you’d better bring something to the table. Thanks to StreetFX Motorsport & Graphics over facebook earlier today ( Oct. 14, 2015) we were clued in on this awesome street racing video (filmed in Mexico by the way) that featured this 2JZ Nissan S13 hitting speeds upwards of 170 MPH. Unfortunately for them, their speed antics caught the attention of highway patrol and stuck both driver and passenger of the speeding vehicle in a sticky situation. But thanks to the wit and street smarts of his passenger, they were able to evade police. Check out the full video below and let us know what you think in the comments.
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Ok, so it wasn’t exactly filmed in Mexico and clues from the signs they were passing places them smack dab in the middle of the Metro Seattle Area. A quick look on Google Maps reveals that although street racing wasn’t the brightest idea, choosing the I-5 stretch of interstate did give them a strategic edge over police as there are numerous exits along the highway. When police are chasing one car, odds are in the police’s favor but in street racing police must choose between either car if both split up. And if you have a knowledgeable navigator riding shotgun, odds tip to the street racers favor. So the next time you decide to head to Mexico to see who’s the fastest, it would behoove you to choose wisely who rides shotgun.