For the eighth stop of the year, the Super Chevy Show landed in the asphalt-melting summer atmosphere of Houston. Saturday morning dawned with a cruise to the track and local dealership Ron Craft Chevrolet hosting the start. Little did Editor Jim Campisano and I know that we would end up chasing and photographing a wagon train of 200-plus cars to the show. It was so big we thought the cops were going to put the cuffs on the cruise because of the necessary traffic control. But luckily for us, the local sheriff's deputies went the extra mile keeping everything safe and running smoothly. Houston Raceway GM Seth Angel worked with the local car clubs and Ron Craft Chevrolet to assemble a fleet of Bow Ties for the Saturday morning cruise to the event. Originally the caravan was supposed to depart at 8:30, but so many cars were still arriving for the cruise the departure had to be delayed. Houston Raceway GM Seth Angel worked with the local car clubs and Ron Craft Chevrolet to a Track general manager Seth Angel and his crew really went all out to welcome the series back to HRP. The whole staff made sure the event ran like a top, and despite the overwhelming heat ensuring fans were having a great time. Many will be relieved to know that for 2011, the Houston event will be held in the middle of October when cooler temps will prevail. Car Show & Racing Results Best Big Car Meg Cameron Magnolia, TX '61 Bel Air Best Camaro Larry Dye Houston, TX '10 Camaro Best Chevelle Randy Shanks Dayton, TX '70 Chevelle Best Corvette Steven Keffler Spring, TX '62 Corvette Best Conversion Ron Schindler Houston, TX '51 Mercury Best Open John Jackson Houston, TX '64 Corvair Van Best Early Chevy Ray Anderson Magnolia, TX '36 Chevy Coupe Best 55-56-57 Mac-Shelly Bernd Arlington, TX '55 Chevy Best Monte Carlo Matt Schloemex Sugarland, TX '87 Monte Carlo Best Nova Jimmy Menard Broussard, LA '66 Nova Best Pro Street/Engineered Jarrod Romero Youngsville, LA '69 Camaro Best Truck Larry Walt Houston, TX '55 Chevy Best Paint Gold Michael Boudreaux La Place, LA '55 Chevy Bel Air Best Detail Gold Richard Hutto Baytown, TX '57 Chev Conv. Best Engine Gold Dave Walker Denham Springs, LA '40 Willys Coupe Award of Excellence Charles Youngblood Spring, TX '55 Chevy Best of Show CJ Beaux Lafayette, LA '66 Nova Lining up over 200 Chevys for an orderly entry onto a two-lane road is no easy task, but thankfully the entrance road to Ron Craft Chevy was long and wide enough to accommodate all the participants. At one point it reminded me of old WWII aircraft carrier footage, with dozens of planes filling the decks ready for takeoff. Lining up over 200 Chevys for an orderly entry onto a two-lane road is no easy task, but t The H-Town Camaro Club came out in full force with its fifth-gen pony cars for the cruise. If you own a Camaro in the Houston area and are looking for a club to get involved with, check out its website, www.h-towncamaroclub.com. The group's open to all years of Camaros. The H-Town Camaro Club came out in full force with its fifth-gen pony cars for the cruise. There was a bit of pandemonium once everyone arrived at the track due to the overwhelming number of cruise participants. There was a bit of pandemonium once everyone arrived at the track due to the overwhelming Harkening back to the golden age of the show series, this young lady was wearing an old SC Show shirt from the '84 Dallas event. Suspicions were confirmed that the shirt was older than its wearer! Harkening back to the golden age of the show series, this young lady was wearing an old SC Marvin Alexander was one of our Editor's Choice winners with his super clean and attractive '78 Nova... Marvin Alexander was one of our Editor's Choice winners with his super clean and attractiv ...It originally belonged to his mother, and with the help of his son, Marvin pulled the Nova out of the disco era and into today with a built 350/350 combo, a fresh interior, and some other odds and ends. While his son serves in the military, Marvin gets to drive the car most weekends. ...It originally belonged to his mother, and with the help of his son, Marvin pulled the N Ernie Cassimus brought his LS-powered, Procharger equipped '69 Chevelle grocery getter all the way from Baton Rouge for the event. Ernie Cassimus brought his LS-powered, Procharger equipped '69 Chevelle grocery getter all 1 | 2 | 3 | » | View Full Article By Patrick Hill Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!