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.
By Mike Ficacci, Photography by Mike Ficacci
It's never fun when your Z-bar breaks en route to the Hooters cruise.
Bruce Stedry took the five spot in Nitro Coupes with a 4.402 ET at 145.50 mph.
Dan Carter's shoebox carried the wheels and gave the photographer (yours truly) a scare on one pass, heading towards the guardrail in a hurry.
Scott Samsal grabbed due attention with his '04 Cavalier, supporting a custom chassis and steel big-block. Even with 25 gallons of water as ballast in the trunk, he still had trouble planting the rear 22-inch rear wheels.
Tim Boggs won the 12-second Tremec True Street class in his TrimParts-sponsored '67 Chevy II with an average run of 12.380 seconds.
Johnny 5. No disassemble!!
|TRUE STREET RESULTS |
|Chris Esson ||'69 Nova ||10.86 e.t. Avg. |
|RUNNER UP |
|Eric Beckett ||'67 Camaro ||11.36 e.t. Avg. |
|11-SECOND WINNER |
|Brad Schmitt ||'98 Camaro ||11.93 e.t. Avg. |
|12-SECOND WINNER |
|Tim Boggs ||'67 Chevy II ||12.38 e.t. Avg. |
|13-SECOND WINNER |
|Mike Rehl ||'72 Vega ||13.02 e.t. Avg. |
By Mike Ficacci
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