Following a monster event in Memphis, the Super Chevy Show headed northeast to Virginia Motorsports Park, bringing drag racers and show car enthusiasts together for a friendly little battle. Saturday brought out an abundance of race and show cars alike, proving that competition would be stiff. One of the more surprising race classes was Tremec True Street, where racers are required to run DOT-approved rubber, as well as have their missiles registered and insured. Tim Harper and his ProCharged '55 Chevy dominated the Tremec True Street class. Tim averaged 8.903 seconds over three runs to take the crown. Tim Harper and his ProCharged '55 Chevy dominated the Tremec True Street class. Tim averag All Tremec True Streeters must endure a cruise through the countryside and then make three consecutive passes (hot-lap style), while only being able to make tire pressure adjustments. With a 19-car field, the action was intense. When the tire smoke cleared, the winner was Tim Harper, whose '55 Chevy netted an average of 8.903-seconds in three trips down the 1320 (see photo above). Additional racing action brought together bracket racers, as well as the DOT class, and the crowd-pleasing Nitro Coupes. While competition was looking pretty tight during qualifying and the beginning rounds of elimination, rain would kill the Sunday sessions. Even though racing did not continue through the latter part of the weekend, the Tremec Transmission Car Show Series marched on. It was a waiting game for some, who didn't want to remove their prized possessions from the enclosed trailers. But removal was indeed necessary in order to win an award. Steve Houser proudly displayed his '69 Chevelle, complete with blue velvet interior. While finding this somewhat unconventional, we thought it was cool enough for an Editor's Choice Top 10. Steve Houser proudly displayed his '69 Chevelle, complete with blue velvet interior. While We all have to take the good with the bad, and if dodging raindrops is the worst thing that happened all weekend, most of us went away happy. EDITOR’S CHOICE CAR SHOW TOP 10 WINNERS NAME HOMETOWN CAR Bryan Evans Rhoadsville, VA '79 Corvette Flip Bost Statesville, NC '69 Corvette Mark Patrone Canfield, OH '70 Monte Carlo Steve Houser Stafford, VA '69 Chevelle Bart Goodson Raleigh, NC '50 Chevy Pick Up Mark Januszak South Amboy, NJ '66 Malibu Convertible Cornelius Griffin Troy, AL '64 Impala Donald Allred Suffolk, VA '55 Chevy 210 Denny Durbin Mt. Airy, VA '69 Nova Robert Wood Boones Mill, VA '35 Chevy Coupe This way cool '77 Chevette belongs to Brian Anders who took home the lowest 11-second average in Tremec True Street with an average of 11.003-seconds. This way cool '77 Chevette belongs to Brian Anders who took home the lowest 11-second aver TREMEC TRUE STREET RESULTS WINNER Tim Harper '55 Chevy 8.903-second average RUNNER UP Ricky Ashworth '57 Chevy Truck 9.295-second average 10-SECOND WINNER Pete Decker '70 Camaro 10.057-second average 11-SECOND WINNER Brian Anders '77 Chevette 11.003-second average 12-SECOND WINNER Rock Bates '81 Malibu 12.085-second average 13-SECOND WINNER Jeff Heilman '86 Camaro 13.672-second average George and Linda Keel of Spotsylvania, Virginia, won the Pro Engineered Modified class with their '34 Chevy coupe. George enlisted our help in performing a bit of trickery against friend Tom Calverly and his beautiful '69 Z/28 Camaro. I can't say more, but don't worry Tom, we'll help you get revenge. George and Linda Keel of Spotsylvania, Virginia, won the Pro Engineered Modified class wit Before leaving New Jersey, Editor Campisano instructed us to find a badass car with a monster huffer sticking out of the hood. About 500 feet onto the show grounds we encountered our August '08 cover car-a '69 Nova owned by Denny Durbin of Mount Airy, Maryland. Mission accomplished. Before leaving New Jersey, Editor Campisano instructed us to find a badass car with a mons 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Dan Ryder Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!