National Trail Raceway Super Show - Home Sweet Home For The Super Chevy Show

Steeped In Quarter-Mile History, National Trail Raceway Hosts A Heart Stopper For The Ages.

Mike Ficacci Nov 1, 2008 0 Comment(s)
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Stokes Pitman Jr. has the wheels in the sky in his Pitman Racing G-body 'Bu, running 10.80s in Bracket 1.

LS-power crammed in a '67 Camaro: a perfect meld of vintage muscle and modern technology.

Mike Stephens will travel anywhere on this side of the Mississippi looking for bracket races. He drove his 2001 Corvette from the NMCA race in Atco, New Jersey, to a semi-final finish in Columbus in the Nitroplate DOT bracket.

Mike Dunlap of Nashport, Ohio, took home an Editor's Choice Top 10 Drag Race award with his '71 Nova, and also went a few rounds in Bracket 1.

Chris Esson won Tremec True Street class with a three-pass average of 10.86 seconds down the quarter mile in this beautiful '69 Nova.

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Dr. Don's
Cadillac Coupe De Ville defined originality and ran low 8s throughout the weekend.

Clyde Martin's '66 Chevy II is one of 5,481 with the L-79 327/350 engine combination. These cars reportedly ran a then-blistering 15.1 at 93 mph in 1966.

ColumbusVincent Byers drove his '67 Camaro in True Street, only to have transmission issues in the second round. Respect must be shown for racing this show-quality first-gen.

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