The Ten Most Redneckiest Motorsports

On one end of the motorsport scale is Formula One. On the other is a lot of cheap beer. It looks like the cheap beer side is winning.


10.) School Bus Figure Eight

Otto Man would be good at this.

Suggested By: My X-type is too a real Jaguar


9.) Trailer Racing

This is something Top Gear would do.

Suggested By: Jay_Hoff


8.) Lawn Mower Racing

I know a Honda just for the job.

Suggested By: Jeb_Hoge


7.) Rock Bouncing

You need some brainwork to design a racecar like this. But that's where it stops.

Suggested By: Who needs sway bars anyway


6.) Combine Harvester Demolition Derby

You've seen the action. Now listen to this:

Thank My X-type is too a real Jaguar for that.

Suggested By: ZaqAtaq


5.) Jerico racing

TheBlazinAce points at Brazil for some redneck fun:

I'll nominate a local favorite, Jerico Racing. Jerico is a northern Brazilian slang for mule, and when someone refers to a vehicle as a Jerico, they mean a makeshift vehicle, usually made from wood and not expected to last for a long time or to do anything other than basic rural work.

Obviously, it didn't take long for someone to put two Jericos against each other on a pit full of mud and call it a race. so, you know, get shitfaced, climb aboard your wooden box with engine and wheels and try not to smash too much into things before reaching the finish line. If that's not a redneck motorsport, I don't know what is...

Suggested By: TheBlazinAce, Non-State Actor


4.) Track and Tractor Pulls

When it's harvest time, it's time to harvest torque.

Suggested By: Takuro Spirit has a Camry Race Car according to Matt Farah


3.) Skid Plate Racing

My Autobianchi would humiliate them. The first (proper) front-wheel drive car. Genesis on the track.

Suggested By: Crossdrilled


2.) Swamp Buggy Racing

For some reason, I feel like Red Bull should get into this...

Suggested By: My X-type is too a real Jaguar


1.) Pickup Races

When the rodeo just doesn't do the trick anymore, you need a new challenge. This is it. Nobody explains how it works:

The guys ride horses across the arena, load the horses into a pickup truck, drive back across, then ride across again.

After searching a little bit, it appears that pickup races exist only at the small town (

Suggested By: nobody

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