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Kamikaze Chris from Street Outlaws.

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Kamikaze Chris from Street Outlaws

Growing up in Oklahoma City, OK, for the last 30+ years if it had wheels, KamiKaze Chris (Chris Day) drove it. At just three years of age, he climbed onto a motorcycle and he hasn’t stopped since. While other kids were still running around the playgrounds, KamiKaze was working various jobs to pay for his motorcycle, racing twice a week against guys nearly twice his age. With a passion for speed and a drive to win, Chris spent his childhood and teen years working on motorcycles and cars, striving to make each one faster. His father, an accomplished drag boat racer himself, instilled a strong work ethic in KamiKaze with one motto – you break it, you fix it. Earning the nickname KamiKaze Chris for his daredevil attitude, he used that lack of fear to his advantage. While he couldn’t always afford the most expensive equipment, he learned he could push his cars to points other drivers were too afraid to go and he was smart enough to know exactly just how far he could take his equipment. Racing wasn’t about time slips or points, but about the true essence of racing – doing what it take to beat the guy next to him, every single time. It is what drives KamiKaze Chris still today. Breakingintothepubliclimelightwiththe Discovery Channel television show, Street Outlaws, KamiKaze Chris became the proud owner of what might be one of the most famous El Caminos in the country. With the sudden passing of a childhood friend, Chris took on ownership of The Elco, a pieced together Chevrolet El Camino. Over the last five years, KamiKaze has transformed the 1981 big block nitrous powered Elco from a collection of used parts to a true race car. All done by hand in his garage workshop. A lifetime spent doing things no one thought he could do and crushing the competition in the process. Since the first season of Street Outlaws hit the airwaves in 2013, viewers have been turning in religiously to watch a group of dedicated racers hitting the streets of Oklahoma City, OK. With the reality of “real” people, the personalities of these men and women have resonated with audiences like few other shows on TV. Street Outlaws is consistently ranked among the Top 2 highest viewed shows on cable.