Denver Super Chevy Show Comes to an Exciting Finish

August 23, 2010 by  
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MORRISON, Colo (Aug. 22) – The Super Chevy Show offers a little bit of everything for everybody.

The national touring series, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary season, lived up to its billing on Sunday. The day produced both excitement and thrills in both the racing and car show classes on the final day of the Denver Super Chevy Show presented by Stevinson Chevrolet at Bandimere Speedway.

Bret Williamson, of Campbell, Calif., was the big winner on the track, winning the West Coast Outlaw Pro-Mod race. There were also winners in the Bracket 1, Bracket 2 and D.O.T. classes. The car show produced a strong field, with Steve Luethge, of Omaha, Neb, taking home the Best of Show Award to top the winners’ list, which featured 80 winners among 37 categories.

Race Recap: Bret Williamson, of Campbell, Calif., highlighted the action on the quartermile, taking home the top prize in the West Coast Outlaw Pro-Mod eliminator. Williamson, who qualified on the pole on Saturday, followed it up with three round victories on Sunday, including making a 6.201-second pass at 234.37 mph to beat John Scialpi, of Phelan, Calif., in the final. Scialpi motored to a 6.523 at 175.32 mph. Other winners were Johnny Bates, of Hudson, Colo. in Bracket 1; Michael Brand II, of Thornton, Colo., in Bracket 2 and Rick Mann, of Littleton, Colo., in D.O.T class. Bates ran a 7.905 at 170.79 mph to beat Kris Whitfield, of Lakewood,Colo.; Brand used a 15.132 at 88.57 mph to defeat Rob Atwood, of Centennial, Colo., with Mann running a 11.571 at 118.50 to beat Dan Elliott, of Lakewood, Colo.

Car Show Recap: The Denver show produced 80 winners among 37 categories. Steve Luethge, of Omaha, Neb, topped the show with the Best of Show Award, winning with his 1956 Chevy. Mark Shields, of Longmont, Colo., received the Award of Excellence, with his ’69 Camaro. Other winners from Sunday’s show included Warren Joerg, of Randall, Kan., taking the Early Chevy Best of Class Award with his ’36 Chevy Coupe, and Ben Bunker and Hank Hammer, both of Tipton, Kan., winning the Best Detail Gold Class award with their 1970 Chevelle. Saturday’s Editor’s Choice Top 10 Awards list was highlighted by Bob Valdez, of Denver, who won with his 1956 Chevy.


Truck 49-72
Fleet Side – Mike Remley, Greeley, CO, 66 Chevy Truck
Stock Step Side – Bill Henry, Littleton, CO 53 Chevy Truck
Street – Mike Lucero, Littleton, CO 55 Chevy Truck
Modified – Tyrell Curtis, Farmington, NM 58 Chevy Truck

Mini Truck 2WD
Modified – John Metcalf, Aurora, CO 2004

Full/Mini 4 WD Truck
Street – Wayne & Marcie Gross, Windsor, CO 1969
Modified – Bob Tranchina, Denver, CO 1999

Full/Mini Sport Utility 4WD
Modified – Bob Tranchina, Denver, CO 1974

Big Car 49-54
Modified – Bart Malpass, Littleton, CO 1954

Big Car 58-89
Stock – Steve Lammerman, Englewood, CO 1963
Street – Norman Cygan, Denver, CO 1962
Modified – Marv Bauer, Lincoln, NE 1963

Big Car 1990- Newer
Modified – Don & Jane Morgareidge, Casper, WY 1996

Chevelle 64-67
Stock – Gary Hugens, Denver, CO 1967
Street – George Olmos, Denver, CO 1966
Modified – Rich Means, Littleton, CO 1965

Chevelle 68- Newer
Stock – Paul Epler, Colorado Springs, CO 1970
Street – John Reagan, Aurora, CO 1971

Corvette 53-67
Stock – Scott Howatt, Westminster, CO 1965
Street – Larry Wagner, Westminster, CO 1967
Modified – Dick Brazzell, Arvada, CO 1960

Corvette 68-82
Street – Roy Schumacher, Littleton, CO 1976
Modified – Ken Starr, Highlands Ranch, CO 1969

Corvette 1984- Newer
Stock – Alan Jenni, Denver, CO 2007
Street – John Threats, Aurora, CO 2007
Modified – Mike Ridder, Westminster, CO 1999

Monte Carlo
Stock – Ron Hutchin, Arvada, CO 1987
Street – Ray Parnell, Evansville, WY 1988
Modified – Paul and Debbie Epler, Colorado Springs, CO 2000

Open Class
Street – Paul Kirmuss, Westminster, CO 1965 Corvair Convertible

Early Chevy 1935 – Earlier
Modified – Rick Pusch, Castle Rock, CO 1934 Chevy Coupe

Early Chevy 1936

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