When it comes to street racing, those who have been around the block a couple times probably will all come together and tell you about the same basic rules that pretty much everyone who has street raced a couple times will be able tell you about. Sure, it is definitely a dog eat dog world out on the streets and everyone will go back and forth about races and talk smack on each other’s cars, however, I think that most people realize that there are lines that you do not cross. After all, none of this is life or death and we’re all doing it for fun. With that in mind, when people get too serious about racing, things start to lose their appeal.
This time, we catch up with JJ Da Boss as he tells us a little bit about his experience out in Las Vegas when he went to race and some people who showed up with guys who had cars, but didn’t have cars themselves, decided that they wanted to do more than race, making things personal. JJ tells us that it was clear that these guys came to fight and if you come looking for a physical confrontation, there’s a good chance that you’re probably going to get it. I think that it would be best for all of us if we could just find a way to leave those people at home and probably never let them out of their houses again. Yep, lock it up and throw away the key.
Follow along with story time down in the video below that tells all about the experience in Las Vegas that got a little bit hairy. Just remember, boys and girls, if you’re out there on the scene and any sort of group of people begins to try and send it in a different direction like this, make sure that you’re not that guy and also do anything that you can to redirect the attitude in a different direction. At the end of the day, I think that most of us just want to race and people like this can really ruin the experience for everyone.