Pinks ALL OUT was great.
When Pinks All Out left the air Street Outlaws came along on Discovery and the rest is history.
The All Out show got screwed over when when the suits at FOX Sports bought the Speed Channel and proceeded to kill off all the great programming that made the speed channel so great.They tanked it on purpose and owned the naming rights to the Pinks All Out series. That whole FOX deal left a big void in actual motorsports coverage on TV. Most of the shows appearing on Velocity,now newly re-branded as "Motor Trend TV", are all reality drama car builder shows with some "do it your self" mechanic shows like "All Girls Garage" thrown in to keep it honest(?).
MOTOR TREND TV is now airing some programs , Gas Monkey,Misfit & even some re-run episodes of Street Outlaws that also currently appear on the Discovery Channel.
Count's Customs is staying on the history channel for now.
Don't know if Christensen has got the full rights to the PINKS ALL OUT franchise back and if he was able to pitch the concept to the people at Motor Trend TV .That deal would have had to happened a year ago .But if FOX sports has any involvement with Velocity/MT-TV probably not. SEE UPDATE
The last try at recording air-able Pinks All Out episodes was 2016 or 2017 .The event was called "PINKS WEEK" don't know if it succeeded or not.
I think the weather screwed up the event.
The old link to the Pinks Week site I bookmarked then now re-directs to a porno site in the Netherlands.Pinks, Blown , Stroked & Bored there have nothing to do with anything related to automotive & racing! LOL
The show is coming back.
2014 Dragzine interview with Rick Christensen
Took 'em a little while to get back on their feet.
Looks like The show has been Re-named "ALL OUT LIVE" and will be airing on MAV TV ,REVIN TV , You Tube Channel & ROKU
MAV TV actually features coverage of real motor racing events from countries around the world and their feature shows like
Performance TV, CHOP CUT REBUILD, FULL CUSTOM GARAGE, My Classic Car are the real deal. You are actually going to learn something from watching them.
After the FOX/SPEED debacle The Dave Despain Show moved to MAV TV.