Original air date: 12/29/2014 Runtime: 41:26 min. Oklahoma City's fastest take on the trash-talking street racers from Chicago. When many of the races get rained out, both sides agree to a rematch in Oklahoma. Meanwhile, the Farmtruck is back to its old ‘fishing' ways, reeling in a Ferrari and a Camaro.
Original air date: 01/12/2015 Runtime: 41:25 min. Chief and Shawn plan to take over the list, but no one's going to make it easy! Not #1 Monza, #2 Daddy Dave, or Doc coming up from the #5 spot. Dead batteries and loud mouth Texans mess with Shawn's head, enough where he considers dropping off the list.
Original air date: 01/19/2015 Runtime: 41:25 min. Chuck puts on a Small Tire Shootout in OKC, where the fastest small tire cars from the surrounding area will race each other for a $2,000 prize. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and Asian head to a Car Show in Kansas, where they race various show cars.
Original air date: 01/26/2015 Runtime: 41:26 min. The fastest gatekeeper in Top Ten List history must defend against the loudest, angriest racers who want a shot at the list. Tensions are running so high, that Big Chief has to call a second race night in one week just to keep racers from coming to blows.
Original air date: 02/16/2015 Runtime: 41:26 min. As the racing season winds down, everyone makes a final push to move up the top ten list. Big Chief gets a shot, but Daddy Dave pulls out all the stops to keep the crown. Farmtruck and AZN fish out new competition, but get more than they bargained for.
Original air date: 02/23/2015 Runtime: 41:26 min. It's the biggest, most O.G. Cash Days ever! 2 days of racing and 16 of the fastest racers in the Southeast square off. The 405's fastest set their sights on bringing the $16,000 prize home and being crowned the fastest street raced car in the southeast.
Original air date: 03/02/2015 Runtime: 42:26 min. On the final night of Cash Days, the remaining 405 racers put their reputation on the line as one of them tries to win $16,000 and be crowned the fastest street racer in the Southeast. Meanwhile, Farmtruck and AZN set their sights on a new World Record.