2011 Super Chevy Show At Maple Grove - The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Chevys

The Super Chevy Show series made its annual stop at Maple Grove Raceway for the biggest show of the year

Patrick Hill Oct 18, 2011 0 Comment(s)
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With the summer event season kicking into high gear, the Super Chevy crew made its way to the hills of Pennsylvania west of Philly, where tucked away in a small valley Maple Grove Raceway sat waiting for an invasion of Chevy muscle.

Sponsored this year by Twisted Tea, the Maple Grove event always turns out to be one of the hottest (literally and figuratively) on the tour, but this year we couldn't believe our good fortune. Mother Nature paid us with unusually cool temps on Friday and Saturday. While Sunday was definitely hot, it was still below the norm for the Grove. One good thing about Maple Grove is the grass areas where the car show and swap meet take place, sparing everyone the heat-radiating effects of a monstrous plane of asphalt.

The variety of show cars at the Grove is always fantastic, the racer turnout huge, and the track itself an enjoyable place to spend a weekend. We can't wait for 2012.

Car Show Results

Editor's Choice Top 10 Car Show Awards
Tommy Nolen, Richmond, VA, '61 Impala SS
James Fairchild, Mountainside, NJ, '70 SS 396 El Camino
Lewis Hartzell, Emmaus, PA, '63 Nova SS convertible
Robert Potts, Morgantown, PA, '69 Z28 Camaro
Sam Sample, Pasadena, MD, '68 SS 396 Chevelle
Jim Wingo, Woodbine, MD, '65 Chevelle
Carl Buck, Kutztown, PA, '62 Chevy II
Mark Halbman, Wisconsin, '57 Bel Air sedan
Jim Schultz, Swedesboro, NJ, '57 Sedan Delivery
Bill Rombauts, Long Island, NY, '10 Camaro

Lex Dudas' Bow Tie Boulevard Picks
Jim Brady, Kemblesville, PA, '71 Chevelle wagon
Terry Reynolds, Airville, PA, '70 Monte Carlo
Fred Loness, Birdsboro, PA, '67 Corvette
Mike Deibert, Slatington, PA, '64 Chevelle
Bill Rombauts, East Islip, NY, '10 rat rod
ISCA Award: Todd Hann, '61 Impala

Editor's Choice Top 10 Drag Car Awards
Bryan Anders, Inwood, WV, '77 Chevette
Scott Mueller, Northport, NY, '34 Ford/blown small-block Chevy
Glenn Hunter, East Northport, NY, '56 Bel Air
Louis Terra, Bloomsburg, PA, '62 Bel Air
Bill Thornton, Bethel Park, PA, '61 Bel Air
Joe Snipes, Arnold, MD, '89 Camaro
Mike & Nick Daniels, Devon, PA, '67 Nova
Robert Schmitt, Islip Terrace, NY, '67 Chevelle
John Bilboe, Sovderton, PA, '57 Corvette
Frank Maiolo, White Plains, NY, '69 Camaro

Race Results

DriveDuracell.com Bracket 1: Aaron Stocker, '00 Precision dragster, 0.015 reaction time, 8.402 seconds, 154.71 mph, def. Steve Sisko, '00 S-10, 0.022, 11.547, 131.66.
Bracket 2: Marc Januszak, '68 Nova, 0.077, 9.727, 136.41, def. Don Garloff, '70 Chevelle, 0.003, 10.657, 121.96.
DOT: Vincent Powers, 0.074, 11.839, 111.29, def. Layton Finkbiner, '69 Camaro, 0.053, 14.589, 91.79.
5th Generation Camaro: Jim Segner, '10 Camaro, 0.181, 13.694, 100.56, def. Anthony Campanella, '10 Camaro, 0.144, 13.842, 102.23.
Pro Mod Nitrous: Steve Kramer, '02 Camaro SS, 0.021, 6.304, 228.58, def. Fredy Scriba, '63 Corvette, 0.051, 8.333. 112.11.
Pro Mod Blown/Turbo: Tim O'Hare, no time, def. Steve King, '57 Bel Air, broke.
Super Stock/Stock: Bryan Worner, '90 Camaro, no time, def. Steve Wecker, '69 Camaro, broke.

True Street
Overall: Glenn Hunter Jr., 8.702 avg., runner-up Bryan Anders Jr., 9.502 avg.
11-Second Class: Mike Styer, 11.011 avg.
12-Second Class: Steven Ciregna, 12.017 avg.
13-Second Class: Gwen Miller, 13.006 avg.

Here are the Maple Grove, Pennsylvania, winners from the AMSOIL Best of the Best competition, presented by Danchuk:
Tri-Five - Bryan Wilde, '56 210 sedan custom
Camaro - Robert Potts, '69 Z/28
Nova - Brian Lutz, '69
Chevelle - Doug Yoder, '66 SS 396
Fullsize, '58-up - Tommy Nolen, '61 Impala

The AMSOIL Best of the Best voting begins the Monday after each Super Chevy Show and lasts through the following Sunday at midnight. Keep your browser aimed at bestofthebest.superchevy.com to vote for next batch of classic Bow Ties.

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