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Jeff Lutz's Mad Max Camaro: Revving Up for Sick Week and a Triumphant Return Since 2016

Street Outlaws fans, get ready for an adrenaline-packed update on one of the most iconic cars in the scene. In this Street Outlaws Talks exclusive, we delve into the latest news surrounding Jeff Lutz's Mad Max Camaro as it gears up for Sick Week, marking its return to the spotlight since its last appearance in 2016.


Mad Max's Drag Week Legacy: The Mad Max Camaro last graced the Street Outlaws stage during Drag Week 2016, where it not only participated but emerged victorious with an impressive average of 619. This stellar performance solidified its place in history as one of the fastest cars on Drag Week, a testament to Jeff Lutz's exceptional racing prowess. Notably, the car had previously conquered Drag Week 2015 with a lightning-fast 605 run.

Street Outlaws Street Run: What sets Mad Max apart is its street credibility. Back in the day, this powerhouse hit the streets during the filming of Street Outlaws, showcasing its speed in real-world conditions. It's worth noting that Mad Max holds the distinction of being one of the few cars to race on the street during Street Outlaws filming, an accomplishment that further underscores its prowess in both controlled and uncontrolled environments.


Eight Years Later – A Comeback: Surprisingly, it's been eight years since Mad Max graced the streets on Street Outlaws. The anticipation surrounding its return has reached a fever pitch among fans. Jeff Lutz, never one to shy away from a challenge, is reviving Mad Max for Sick Week, promising an exhilarating comeback that's sure to leave a lasting impression.

Sick Week Preparation: As Sick Week approaches, Jeff Lutz has been fine-tuning Mad Max to ensure it meets the demanding challenges of this prestigious event. The car's powerful 540 cubic inch big block Chevy engine, a familiar powerhouse from its Drag Week days, has undergone meticulous preparation. With a similar combination to the GTO that once raced in the NPK series, Mad Max is poised to deliver breathtaking speeds and set new records on the Sick Week circuit.


The Road Ahead: The excitement doesn't end with Mad Max's Sick Week return. Street Outlaws Talks has received insider information that Jeff Lutz's new 57 Chevy is also in the works, scheduled to make its debut in approximately a month. With the Mad Max Camaro and the upcoming 57 Chevy, Jeff Lutz continues to push the boundaries of speed and innovation, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next chapter in his racing legacy.

As the countdown to Sick Week begins, the Street Outlaws community is buzzing with excitement over Jeff Lutz's Mad Max Camaro making a long-awaited return to the racing scene. With a legacy rooted in Drag Week triumphs and street racing prowess, Mad Max is poised to reclaim its throne and set new benchmarks for speed enthusiasts. Stay tuned to Street Outlaws Talks for all the latest updates on Mad Max and the thrilling world of street racing.

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