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Never-before-seen Footage of Big Chief at War in The Woods 2022!

Street racing has always been an electrifying and pulse-pounding world, captivating the hearts of adrenaline junkies and car enthusiasts alike. And among the many legends of the street racing scene, none are quite as iconic as Big Chief from Midwest Streetcars. Even after his departure from the TV show that brought him fame, fans continue to show their unwavering support. Recently, Outlaw Media treated fans to some exclusive, never-before-seen footage of Big Chief and Billy The Kid from Street Racing Channel at War in The Woods 2022. In this article, we delve into what makes Big Chief such a beloved figure in the world of street racing.

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Big Chief and Jackie Braasch at War In The Woods 2022. Photo by Big Chief 405


Big Chief, whose real name is Justin Shearer, has become a symbol of the street racing culture. His journey from humble beginnings to becoming a street racing icon has inspired countless enthusiasts to chase their dreams on the asphalt. Big Chief's charisma, passion, and dedication to the sport have earned him a legion of loyal fans.


War in The Woods 2022 was a highly anticipated event in the street racing community. It provided an opportunity for fans to witness their favorite racers in action and connect with them on a personal level. Big Chief, known for his exceptional skills behind the wheel, did not disappoint. His presence at the event was a testament to his commitment to the street racing scene.

Big Chief at War In The Woods 2022 Big Chief at War In The Woods 2022

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The exclusive footage shared by Outlaw Media offered fans a rare glimpse into the behind-the-scenes world of street racing. Big Chief, alongside Billy The Kid from Street Racing Channel, shared their thoughts and insights about the event. This footage provided fans with a deeper understanding of the camaraderie and passion that fuel the street racing community.


One remarkable aspect of Big Chief's enduring popularity is his unwavering appreciation for his fans. Despite no longer being a part of the TV show that catapulted him to stardom, he continues to interact with and show gratitude to his supporters. Even in the midst of turning wrenches on his car, Big Chief takes the time to sign autographs and connect with those who admire his work.

Big Chief and Jackie Braasch at War In The Woods 2022

Big Chief and Jackie Braasch at War In The Woods 2022. Photo by Outlaw Media

Justin "Big Chief" Shearer has become a role model for street racers around the world. His dedication to the sport, his genuine interactions with fans, and his commitment to safety on the streets have all contributed to giving street racing a good name. He has shown that it's possible to pursue one's passion while still being a positive influence on the community.


As we look ahead to the future, fans can't help but wonder what Big Chief has in store for the world of street racing. One particular point of interest is his upcoming ventures in small tire racing. Given his track record of success and determination, it's safe to say that fans can expect nothing short of thrilling performances from this street racing icon.

Big Chief put The Crow on small tires

Big Chief put The Crow on small tires. Photo by Big Chief 405


The release of never-before-seen footage of Big Chief and Billy The Kid from Street Racing Channel at War in The Woods 2022 is a testament to the enduring appeal of street racing and the personalities that make it so captivating. Justin "Big Chief" Shearer continues to be a beloved figure in the street racing community, and his passion for the sport and his fans is unwavering. As we eagerly await his future endeavors in small tire racing, one thing is certain: Big Chief will continue to leave his mark on the world of street racing, giving it a good name for years to come.

Video by Outlaw Media


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