Top Moments from Season 6
Top Moments from Season 6

Browse photos from the stops in the race, and relive all the epic losses and Pho Nomenal's $50,000 win.

Pho Nomenal Finish
Pho Nomenal Finish

See the all-girl team's winning trek along Route 66.

Waffle Love's Loss
Waffle Love's Loss

The brothers came close to winning, but they just fell behind.

The Race and Beyond
Food Trucks Road Trip
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About the Host

Tyler mentors home cooks on Worst Cooks in America, hosts The Great Food Truck Race and shares recipes on Tyler's Ultimate.

About the Show

This is The Great Food Truck Race, where seven real teams representing the country's best food trucks hit the road to cook their way across America. Each week, the teams that sell the most food race on to the next episode; the losing team drives home. In the end, one food truck remains, and the team behind the wheel and the grill wins the $50,000 grand prize. These are great characters with fascinating existing relationships. They're husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, and best friends. And they're already running the most-successful, -outrageous food trucks in the country — but never quite like this. The host, Tyler Florence, explains the rules, and they couldn't be simpler: In each city, the teams will start with a limited budget, then they'll have the weekend to strategize and sell. Anything else they buy (anything from more raw ingredients to ads on local TV) will come out of their profits. Whoever makes the most money is safe. The truck that makes the least amount of money is eliminated. Delicious food? Check. A high-stakes competition? Check. A cross-country adventure? Beautiful scenery? Big characters? Check. Check. Check. The Great Food Truck Race: chopping, peeling, dicing, slicing and serving great food in a parking lot near you.

More About The Great Food Truck Race

This is The Great Food Truck Race, where seven real teams representing the country's best food trucks hit the road to cook their way across America. Each week, the teams that sell the most food race on to the next episode; the losing team drives home. In the end, one food truck remains, and the team behind the wheel and the grill wins the $50,000 grand prize. These are great characters with fascinating existing relationships. They're husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, and best friends. And they're already running the most-successful, -outrageous food trucks in the country — but never quite like this. The host, Tyler Florence, explains the rules, and they couldn't be simpler: In each city, the teams will start with a limited budget, then they'll have the weekend to strategize and sell. Anything else they buy (anything from more raw ingredients to ads on local TV) will come out of their profits. Whoever makes the most money is safe. The truck that makes the least amount of money is eliminated. Delicious food? Check. A high-stakes competition? Check. A cross-country adventure? Beautiful scenery? Big characters? Check. Check. Check. The Great Food Truck Race: chopping, peeling, dicing, slicing and serving great food in a parking lot near you.

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