Kansas Super Chevy Show enjoys a big Saturday

June 19, 2010 by  
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TOPEKA, Kan (June 19, 2010) — There was a certain buzz in the air at Heartland Park Topeka on Saturday.

It all centered around the Kansas Super Chevy Show presented by Rick Hendrick’s Superior Chevrolet, which kicked into full gear with plenty of racing and the always-popular car show.

The three-day event, which concludes on Sunday, featured first-rate drag racing on Saturday, including sportsman and pro classes; a car show, which drew a large contingent of car enthusiasts, and an autocross, which also had a high number of competitors.

Here’s a brief recap of Saturday’s activities:

RACE REPORT: The drag strip, considered one of the top tracks in the country, featured some excellent racing from the sportsman classes, who vied for a bonus race title. The Pro Show consisted of two sessions, featuring qualifying runs made by Pro-Mod Doorslammers, Wheelstanders making exhibition runs and jet cars. The autocross, a timed event where individual cars compete on a road-style course, was the big highlight on Saturday, drawing several competitors from the bonus drag race and car show. There will be another autocross today from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Participants who purchased entry into the D.O.T. Tire competition and the Show & Shine and Car Show can participant at no additional cost.

MIDWAY REPORT: A large draw to the Super Chevy Show Saturday was the Midway Display, which featured the Hendrick Performance Division showcasing its line of 2010 Camaros and Callaway Corvettes. The Hendrick Performance (HP) Camaros feature supercharged engines with up to 588 horsepower, unique styling, and suspension improvements engineered at Hendrick Motorsports. The Callaway Corvettes display includes the 652-horsepower, supercharged Z06, capable of 10.8-second runs in the quartermile.

CAR SHOW REPORT: Saturday’s car show featured one of the largest contingents of the season, and included the Editor Choice and Specialty Awards. Mark Midkiff, of Wichita, Kan, was the top pick with his 1970 Camaro. The specialty awards included the Featherlite Transport Award, which was won by Steve and Bev West, of Normal, Ind., who were showing their 1972 Chevelle.

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  1. Beverly West says:

    We enjoyed the Kansas Topeka Show very much this year. We haven’t been at Topeka to compete in several years. We thought the show ran smoothly, we were pleased with the awards, jackets, the overall new owners,and the judging. We had a lot of fun, and plan on coming back next year.