The Super Chevy Show crew can handle just about anything. Rain, mud, heat, snow, floods; they've seen it all. So when it rains the show usually goes on. When it rains real hard, the show just has to wait a day. Drag racing too. Texas Super Chevy Show fans are a tough bunch, too. They got the word that Saturday was a washout so they came back twice as determined on Sunday. It worked out great. The Texas Motorplex is too fine a facility to let a little thing like weather get in the way of having fun with cars. Every one who stayed or came back would agree. We shortened up the track to an eighth, ran as many races as possible, had some sun and lots of fun, and made a day of it! Lesson learned, don't leave early; we'll do our best to make sure the show goes on. Check our Web site www.superchevy-web.com for all the action and great cars. Pay special attention to the photo of "Isaac's Laughter," a great pickup finished as a memorial to a fine young man from Waco. We went from wet and slippery to bright and shiny. What is they say about the weather in Texas, "if you don't like it right now, wait a few minutes." We did and we're glad. We went from wet and slippery to bright and shiny. What is they say about the weather in T What's up with this? Check the website for a better look. A couple more of these would have dried the track much faster. As it was, the track got very good very quickly thanks to a great crew at Texas Motorplex. A couple more of these would have dried the track much faster. As it was, the track got ve When the sun finally came out, cars like Cotton Tanner's '56 rolled out to be admired. Tanner took his share of Gold but it seems like every other car in the awards ceremony had one of his paint jobs. When the sun finally came out, cars like Cotton Tanner's '56 rolled out to be admired. Tan Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!