Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group Concludes at Maple Grove Raceway

July 14, 2014 by  
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MOHNTON, Pa. — The annual Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group ( took place over the weekend of July 11-13 at Maple Grove Raceway. The world-famous all-Chevrolet event included drag racing, an extensive car show, a swap meet and manufacturers midway. The event drew 917 Chevrolet products (Chevrolet cars or cars powered by Chevrolet engines) to the facility.

The feature show was headlined by four Jet Dragsters (MAVTV Missile, Lucas Oil Terminal Velocity, Queen of Diamonds II and Jersey Thunder) and TV and motion picture star Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner. Wagner chose his 10 favorite cars in the car show for special awards on Saturday.

Local drag racers Denny and Elise Renninger took home two car show awards in the Super Chevy Magazine – Top 10 Editors Choice – Race Car category. The Renningers compete in MGR’s Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail E.T. bracket racing series.

The three-day Chevrolet fest concluded at 6 p.m. Sunday with the final round of Pro Mod eliminations. Fredy Scriba of Millersville, Md., won the Pro Mod final on the starting line when opponent Frank Patille of Landerburg, Pa., fouled by only 1/1,000 second. To meet Patille in the finale of the 16-car Pro Mod field, Scriba defeated Ed Burnlay (Pasadena, Md.) in the first round, Vinny Budano (Hicksville, N.Y.) in the second round and Jeff Rodgers (Severn, Md.) in the semi-final.

William Gill of Langhorne, Pa., won the Bracket 1 final over Brock Moshier of Lititz, Pa.

Scott Smoker of Kinzers, Pa., won the CamaroGuys Gen 5 Challenge presented by S&WRace Cars final when the car of opponent Tom Johnson of Newport News, Va., broke an axle on the starting line. Jill Canuso of S&W Race Cars — who also pilots the Queen of Diamonds II Jet Dragster — presented the trophy to Smoker.

The top two qualifiers in the Top Sportsman category faced each other in the final. No. 1 Qualifier John Prime of Thomaston, Ct., defeated Ronnie Proctor of Harpers Ferry, W.V.


Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group Drag Racing results (Driver’s name, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, elapsed time, top speed):


Winner: Fredy Scriba (Millersville, Md.) 1963 Corvette .089 6.049 sec./235.19 mph.
Runner-Up: Frank Patille (Landerburg, Pa.) 1957 Buick -.001 (foul) 6.566 sec./186.20 mph.

Winner: John Prime (Thomaston, Ct.) 1968 Camaro .007 6.784 sec./204.85 mph.
Runner-Up: Ronnie Proctor (Harpers Ferry, W.V.) .012 6.851 sec./199.91 mph.

Winner: Scott Smoker (Kinzers, Pa.) 2010 Camaro .039 13.170 sec./96.43 mph.
Runner-Up: Tom Johnson (Newport News, W.V.) Camaro .035 42.443 sec./38.39 mph (broke).

Winner: William Gill (Langhorne, Pa.) 1991 dragster .004 7.930 sec./167.43 mph.
Runner-Up: Brock Moshier (Lititz, Pa.) 1971 Vega .032 9.064 sec./141.94 mph.

Winner: Kris Kurzweg (West Lawn, Pa.) 1979 Malibu .014 9.146 sec./145.11 mph.
Runner-Up: Ken Gerberich (Annville, Pa.) 1983 Camaro -.004 (foul) 10.187 sec./129.95 mph.

Winner: Jacob Finkbiner (Exton, Pa.) 1970 Nova .002 12.663 sec./105.94 mph.
Runner-Up: Mike Licata (Blue Point, N.Y.) 1938 Chevrolet -.004 (foul) 10.395 sec./126.78 mph.

Winner: Mitch Willingham — 1997 Monte Carlo — 7.596 sec.

Overall True Street Winner: Glenn Hunter Jr.
Overall True Street Runner Up: Patrick Finnegan
14:00 Index Winner: Tori Hunter
13:00 Index Winner: Layton Finkbiner
12:00 Index Winner: Jeff Burnley
11:00 Index Winner: Benjamin Roman
10:00 Index Winner: Bruce Simonetti



Super Chevy Magazine – Top 10 Editors Choice – SHOW CAR
Bill Hollingsworth – 1969 Pro Street Nova
Charlie Costella – 1956 Bel Air 210
Bruce Elliott – 1967 Camaro
Dennis Eberly – 1955 Nomad
Gary Donato – 1961 Impala
Scott Chalk – 1968 L72 Biscayne
Paige Mahr – 1973 Nova
Steve Thumma – 1967 El Camino
Jim Brady – 1970 Corvette
Tom Rosencranz – 1970 Chevelle

Super Chevy Magazine – Top 10 Editors Choice – RACE CAR
Scott Calica – 1969 Camaro Z28
Scott Embley – 1969 Chevelle
Kirk Madison – 1970 Chevelle
Rick Shindel – 1970 Nova
Denny & Elise Renninger – 1963 Corvette
Denny & Elise Renninger – 1951 GMC Truck
John Cole – 1980 Chevette
Ed Heisey – 1975 Vega
Andrew Starr – 1956 Chevy
Andrew Flechenstein – 1978 Malibu

Specialty Awards
Promoter’s Award: George Parkinson – 1966 Chevy II Pro Street
Club Participation: First Generation Monte Carlo Club
Outstanding Engineering: David Riddell – 1988 Chevy Truck
Outstanding Paint: Denise Kocher – 1957 Chevy Bel Air
Outstanding Interior: Chris Young – 1967 Nova
Outstanding Engine: Charles Randa – 1970 Chevy Truck
Outstanding Stock: David Durst – 1972 Monte Carlo
Outstanding Modified: Tony Diangelus – 1967 Camaro
Outstanding Show: Ron Hansen – 1955 Chevy Bel Air
Outstanding Workmanship: Wes Cassel – 1955 Chevy Bel Air

Top 3 Chevelle
Brian Delp – 1970 Chevelle Malibu
Kirsten Murphy – 1972 Chevelle
Bob Ulisey – 1969 Chevelle

Anniversary Class
Gary Seramone – 1964 Chevelle

Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner Saturday Top 10 Picks
Bill & Trudy Crawford – 1979 Malibu
Glenn Lockett – 1991 Camaro
Tim Barr – 1991 Chevy S-10 Truck
Corey Haugland – 1978 K-1500 Truck
Daniel & Nancy Wall – 1973 Chevelle SS
Mark Hanes – 1954 Bel Air
Arnold Warner – 1957 Bel Air Convertible
Gary Donata – 1961 Impala 4-door
William Nash – 1963 Chevy II Wagon
John Stiles – 1964 C-10 Truck



Best of Show: Tom Bain (1972 Nova SS).
Best Stock: Doug Yoder (1967 Chevelle SS).
Best Modified: Jeff Davis (1970 Chevelle Convertible SS).
Best Engine: Tom Bain (1972 Nova SS).
Best Paint: Jeff Davis (1970 Chevelle Convertible SS).
Best Interior: Tom Bain (1972 Nova SS).

Big Car: Dave Shugard (1965 Impala).
Camaro: Frank Arone (1969 Z-28).
Chevelle: Bill Crawford (1979 Chevelle).
Corvette: Patrick Lamberton (1964 Corvette).
1955-1956-1957: Wes Cassel (1955 Bel Air).
Early Chevy: Sherry Cassel (1938 Chevrolet Coupe).
Conversion: Charlie Boyer (1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe).
Pro Street: Jeff Weidemoyer (1987 Chevrolet S10).
Pro Engineered: Cindy Ingram (1968 Chevelle).
El Camino: Gary Arsenault (1967 El Camino).
Nova: Chris Young (1967 Nova).
Monte Carlo: Ann & Michael Boyte (1972 Monte Carlo).
Open: Joe Darinsig (1966 Corvair Yenko Stinger).
Truck: David Riddell (1988 4×4).
Anniversary Vehicle: Nick Dellaquila (1967 Chevelle Malibu).
Best In Show (Field): Joe Hackett (1962 Impala).
Best Young Star: Lonnie Leber (1972 C-10).

1. Jeff Woodin (1970 Chevelle SS).
2. Tony DeJesus (1971 Chevelle).
3. Daniel & Nancy Wall (1973 Chevelle SS).

Bruce Elliot (1967 Camaro)

1. Roy Hamilton (1955 Chevrolet Sedan).
2. Bob Hughes (1978 Pro Street Camaro).
3. Steve Chopko (1969 Chevrolet).
4. Bruce Elliot (1967 Camaro).
5. Jim Schultz (1957 150 Sedan Delivery).
6. Patrick Lamberton (1964 Corvette).
7. Chip & Deb Myers (2011 Camaro RS/SS).
8. Dave Shugard (1965 Impala).
9. Jeffrey Yoder (1985 Monte Carlo).
10. Cindy Ingram (1968 Chevelle).

BIG CAR 1958-1989
Stock Winner: Jerry MacNeish (1965 SS 396).
Stock Runner-Up: David Mayo (1958 Impala).
Modified Winner: Gary Donato (1961 Impala).
Modified Runner-Up: Joseph Hutchins (1962 Impala).
Show Winner: Mike Garner (1963 Impala SS).
Show Runner-Up: Don Bock (1968 Impala Custom Coupe).

Stock Winner: Scott Weik (1994 Impala SS).
Stock Runner-Up: Paul Remaley Jr. (1995 Impala SS).
Modified Winner: Margie & Joe Answini (1996 Impala SS).
Modified Runner-Up: Kenneth Smith (1996 Impala SS).

1964-1967 CHEVELLE
Modified Winner: Nick Dellaquila (1967 Chevelle Malibu).
Modified Runner-Up: Donna Huyett (1967 Chevelle SS).
Show Winner: James Jewell (1967 Chevelle SS).

Stock Winner: Jim & Bev Kellerman (1970 Chevelle SS).
Modified Winner: Wilson & Michelle Chatham (1971 Chevelle).
Modified Runner-Up: Tom Cramsey (1970 Chevelle).
Show Winner: Brian Delp (1970 Chevelle Malibu).
Show Runner-Up: Kirsten Murray (1972 Chevelle).

Stock Winner: Ron Plummer (1980 El Camino SS).
Stock Runner-Up: James Fairchild (1970 El Camino).
Modified Winner: Joe Klunk (1972 El Camino).
Show Winner: Michael Brigidi (1931 Ford Coupe)

Modified Winner: Ron Mule (1930 Austin Bantam).
Modified Runner-Up: Bill & Trudy Crawford (1993 E-Z Go Golf Cart).
Modified Runner-Up: Jeff Rennoll (1955 Ford F-100 Truck).

Modified Winner: Harold Keck (1938 Chevrolet Sedan).
Modified Runner-Up: James Kemp Sr. (1939 Sedan Delivery).
Show Winner: Bill Emsley (1941 Chevrolet).

Stock Winner: Charlie Potts (1962 Corvair Convertible).
Stock Runner-Up: Mike Pro (2004 Pontiac GTO).
Modified Winner: Justin Conrad (1997 Pontiac Firebird).
Show Winner: Kimberly James (1995 Astro Van).

1967-1969 CAMARO
Stock Winners: Ron Forry (1967 Convertible); Chuck Sirianni (1969 SS).
Stock Runner-Ups: Don Baker (1969 Z-28), Guy Amato (1969 Z-28), Mindy Bohn (1969).
Modified Winners: Michael Zecca (1969 Z-28), Joe Williams (1969 SS).
Modified Runner-Ups: Kaylyn Karow (1969), Phil Jatees (1968 RS Convertible), Michael Hipszer (1969 SS).
Show 1967 Camaro Winner: Tony Diangelis (1967).
Show 1967 Camaro Runner-Up: Bruce Elliot (1967).
Show 1969 Camaro Winner: Jim Granato (1969 Convertible).
Show 1969 Camaro Runner-Up: Ross Gilbert (1969).

1970-1981 CAMARO
Stock Winner: Carl Franklin (1979).
Stock Runner-Up: Charles Brauchle (1979 Z-28).
Modified Winner: Jim Kanor (1974 LT).
Modified Runner-Up: Randall Arndt (1970Z-28).

1982-1992 CAMARO
Stock Winner: Cathy Smith (1991).
Stock Runner-Up: Alec Klose (1983).
Modified Winner: Ken McElroy (1987).
Modified Runner-Up: Brandon Reichard (1991).
Show Winner: Glenn Lockett (1991).
Show Runner-Up: Joe Anisumi (1992 RS).

1993-2002 CAMARO
Stock Winner: Andy Cassel (1998 SS).
Modified Winner: Frank Johnstone (2001).
Modified Runner-Up: Richard Schmidt (2001).

Stock Winner: Robert Brullo (2010).
Stock Runner-Up: Buck Sines (2010 Transformer Edition).
Modified Winner: Jack Price (2012 SS).
Modified Runner-Ups: Johanes Six (2014), Larry Durst (2010).
Show Winner: Chip & Deb Myers (2011 RS/SS).

CORVETTE 1953-1967
Stock Winner: John Cammarata (1965).
Stock Runner-Up: Randy Bohn (1964).
Modified Winner: Barry Kline (1963).
Modified Runner-Up: Jim Coots (1959).

CORVETTE 1968-1982
Modified Winner: John Schneider (1968 Convertible).
Modified Runner-Up: Jim Brady (1970).

CORVETTE 1984-1996
Stock Winner: George Hebler (1992).
Stock Runner-Up: Bob Milliken (1996 Grand Sport).

CORVETTE 1997-2004
Stock Winner: Andrew Heimel (2003 Z-06).
Stock Runner-Up: Bruce Durst (2004).
Modified Winner: Susan Gregg (2002 Z-06).
Modified Runner-Up: Gail & Frank Cahall (2001 C5).
Show Winner: Bob Anderson (2000).
Show Runner-Up: Cliff & Erin Shemeley (1999).

Stock Winner: Mike Biehl (2010 Z-02).
Stock Runner-Up: Steve Maust (2007).

Stock Winner: David Durst (1972).
Stock Runner-Up: Jeffrey Yoder (1985).
Modified Winner: Stephen Levanti (1971 SS).
Modified Runner-Ups: David Wieczoreck (1986 SS), Matthew Wieczorek (1984), Dan Ruland (1970 SS 454).
Show Winner: Richard Janis (2002).
Show Runner-Up: Jay & Jenny Munday (1970).

Stock Winner: Gary Marks (1957 Bel Air).
Stock Runner-Up: Ray Mitchell (1957 Bel Air).
Modified Winner: Arnold Warner (1957 Bel Air).
Modified Runner-Up: Al Hartman (1957 Bel Air).

1955-1957 WAGONS
Winner: Jim Schultz (1957 150 Sedan Delivery).
Runner-Ups: Bob West (1955 Delivery), Terry Zerbe (1957 150).

Winner: Ron Hansen (Bel Air).
Runner-Ups: Lawrence Morris (Bel Air), Dennis Eberly (Nomad).

Winner: Ron Wimer (210).
Runner-Ups: Charlie Costella (Bel Air 210), Rob Lowe (Bel Air 150).

Winner: Richard Fontara (210).
Runner-Ups: Scott Wagner (210), Scott Gotschall (Bel Air).

1955, 1956, 1957 STOCK
Winner: Dick Kauffman (1957 210 Del Ray).
Runner-Ups: Ryan Korek (1957 210), Charlie Potts (1955 210 Hard Top), Terry Zerbe (1955 Del Ray).

1955, 1956, 1957 SHOW
Winner: Ted Stoneburner (1955 150).
Runner-Up: Denise Kocher (1957 Bel Air).

NOVA 1962-1967
Modified Winner: Lewis Hartzell (1963 Convertible).
Modified Runner-Up: Mark Bosley (1967).

Stock Winner: Jim Graybin (1968 Chevy II SS).
Stock Runner-Up: Paige Mahr (1973).
Modified Winner: Todd Ortolani (1970).
Modified runner: Ron Peters (1972).
Show Winner: Russ Richards (1978 SS).
Show Runner-Ups: Lynn Peters (1974), Kevin Lowes (1971).

Winner: Troy Reigel (1972 Nova).
Runner-Up: Bob Hughes (1978 Camaro).

Winner: Curtis Nevin Jr. (1966 SS).
Runner-Ups: Joseph Zappo (1966), George Parkinson (1966 Chevy II), Paul Burnett (1963), Bill Hollingsworth (1969), Robert Kaczymski (1965).

Winner: David Barroughs (1969).
Runner-Ups: Harold Caron (1984), Denny Sneath (1969).

Winner: Scott Smyers.
Runner-Up: Rick Gentry.

Winner: Mike Anderson (1972 GMC Truck).
Runner-Up: Kevin Hoffman (1972 El Camino).

Winner: Roy Hamilton (1955 Chevrolet Sedan).
Runner-Ups: George Silvestro (1966 Nova), Mike Raup (1966 Chevy II).

TRUCK 1949-1972
Stock Winner: Tim Hagarman (1966 C-10)
Stock Runner-Up: Steve Chopko (1969 Truck)
Modified Winner: Ross Gilbert (1964 Truck).
Modified Runner-Ups: Lonnie Leber Jr. (1972 C-10), Max Styer (1950 Truck).
Show Winner: Jessica Kilby (1950 Truck).
Show Runner-Ups: John Stiles (1964 C-10), Charles Randa (1970 Truck).

Show Winner: Corey Haugland (1978 K-1500).
Show Runner-Up: Pam & Layton Finkbiner (1974 C-65 Hauler).

Stock Winner: George Barnoski (2010 Silverado).
Stock Runner-Up: Cliff Shemeley (2014 GMC Sierra Denali).
Modified Winner: Terrence Burrier (2005 SS Silverado).
Modified Runner-Up: Mark Meeker (2013 Silverado).

Modified Winner: Tim Barr (1991 S-10).
Modified Runner-Up: Jeff Miller (1993 S-10).

Late Model Winner: Sly Brisco (2008 HHR SS).
Late Model Runner-Up: Alyssa Holcroft & Dan Todorow (2008 Trailblazer SS).
Early Model Winner: Rich Irving (1987 Blazer).
Early Model Runner-Up: Charlie Krause (1967 GMC Suburban).



Friday, July 18 – Auto Locator Fast Friday. Heads-up drag racing and testing. $10 adult spectator admission. Racer entry fee: $20 for street-legal cars and motorcycles, $25 for trailered vehicles. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing from 5-10 p.m.

Saturday July 19 – Monster Truck & Motorcycle Thrill Show – Night of Fire and Destruction. Two shows: 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monster Trucks — featuring the legendary Bigfoot, world record motorcycle jumper Doug Danger. Gates will open two hours before each show for Monster Truck rides and pit party. Advance tickets available at

Now in its 52nd year of operation, historic Maple Grove Raceway is recognized as a leading facility in the sport of NHRA-sanctioned drag racing. The NHRA Nationals, MGR’s annual NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series national event, will take place on Oct. 2-5.

For more information, please call Maple Grove Raceway at (610) 856-9200 or visit Follow Maple Grove Raceway on Facebook and Twitter (@maplegrove).



Changes to Super Chevy Show Schedule and Procedures for Maple Grove Raceway, July 10-13

July 7, 2014 by  
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MOHNTON, Pa. — The annual Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group will take place July 10-13 at Maple Grove Raceway. The all-Chevrolet event includes drag racing, an extensive car show, swap meet and manufacturers midway.

This year’s special celebrity guest will be Brett Wagner. The star of television and motion pictures will meet fans at the all-Chevrolet event. Also referred to as “The Big Schwag,” Wagner is best known to car buffs as the host of Pass Time on Speed and Monster Garage on the Discovery Channel. In addition to starring on Monster Garage, Wagner has appeared in a number of hit television shows, including Sons of Anarchy, Hannah Montana and Castle. His motion picture credits include: The Crazies, The Players Club and Sleepover.

The following changes have been made to the schedule and event weekend:

• No swap meet entries will be admitted until Friday morning, June 11. There is no swap meet set-up on Thursday, July 10.
• To be eligible for the True Street class, entrants must have purchased a $60 E.T. Bracket tech card and there will be a $20 sign-up fee, payable in the first floor of the NAPA Officials’ Tower.
• The Last Chance Race will allow electronics, but “cross-talk” will be not be used.
•The Last Chance Race is for competitors who have been eliminated in Round 1 or Round 2 of competition. Any multiple class-entered driver still having one entry remaining in competition will not be eligible for the Last Chance Race. New entries will purchase the $23 Sunday pit pass ticket at the gate and also buy a $35 tech card at the first floor of the NAPA Officials’ Tower.


THURSDAY, JULY 10 — No spectator activity at the track.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. — Gates, ticket sales, tech inspection open.
No swap meet set-up.
5 p.m. — Track closed.

FRIDAY, JULY 11 — Racing begins; Collector Car Appreciation Day.
7 a.m.-5 p.m. — Gates, ticket sales (for participants and spectators) open.
8 a.m.-5 p.m. — Registration for racers and swap meet open; Technical inspection open.
9 a.m.-5 p.m. — Time trials (2 runs).
2 p.m. — Outlaw Pro Mod time trial.
5 p.m. — First round of Outlaw Pro Mod and Top Sportsman qualifying.
7 p.m. — Track closed.

SATURDAY, JULY 12 — Racing, car show, road run.
7 a.m.-5 p.m. — Gates, ticket sales (for participants and spectators) open.
7 a.m.-3 p.m. — Show registration.
8 a.m.-1 p.m. — Racer registration and tech inspection.
8:30 a.m. — Time trials (1 run).
10 a.m. — Car show series judging seminar.
10:30 a.m. — True Street Road Run; Bracket eliminations after one timed run.
1 p.m. and 4 p.m. — Super Chevy Feature Show (includes Outlaw Pro Mod and Top Sportsman qualifying).
Noon-2 p.m. — Revell Make ‘n Take family activity (model car building in the car show central tent).
3 p.m. — Announcement to report to Car Show Central.
3:30 p.m. — Saturday awards ceremonies.
8 p.m. — Track closed.

8 a.m.-4 p.m. — Gates, ticket sales (for participants and spectators) open.
8-10:30 a.m. — Car show series registration.
8:30 and 9:30 a.m. — Racers for Christ non-denominational chapel services.
9 a.m. — Race eliminations continue.
11:30 a.m. — Last Chance Race.
Noon-2 p.m. — Revell Make ‘n Take family activity (model car building in the car show central tent).
1 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. — Super Chevy feature show and first round of Pro Mod eliminations. (Pro Mods will run only at 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.)
3:30 p.m. — Announcement to report to Car Show Central.
4 p.m. — Saturday awards ceremonies.
6 p.m. — Track closed.

Schedule subject to change.

Adult Friday only: $10.
Adult Saturday only: $23.
Adult Sunday only: $23.
Adult weekend ticket (Friday, Saturday, Sunday): $35.
Single-day teen (ages 13-15) ticket: $10.
Weekend teen (ages 13-15) ticket: $15.
Kids 12 and under: Free (must be accompanied by an adult).

CAR SHOW ENTRY FEES: (All entries either Chevrolet-bodied or Chevrolet-powered.)
Car show (judged): $45 (special awards on Saturday, event awards on Sunday).
Car show crew: $23 (includes Sunday bonus ticket courtesy of Duracell Batteries).
Collector Car Appreciation Day: $10 (Friday, July 11 — includes car, driver and passenger).
Bowtie Boulevard (not judged): $23 for one day; $35 for two days — parked in car show area).
Car Clubs Bowtie Boulevard: Call (610) 856-9200 for a group discount on 10 or more club members participating in the same event on Bowtie Boulevard.

RACER ENTRY FEES: (All entries Chevrolet-bodied or Chevrolet-powered)
E.T. Bracket entry: $60.
CamaroGuys Gen 5 Challenge presented by S&W Race Cars: $35.
True Street (includes bracket eliminator): $60, plus E.T. Bracket entry of $60.
Last-Chance Race: $35 (cars eliminated in the first or second round — $35; new entries $23 at gate plus $35 at NAPA Officials’ Tower.
Extra vehicle parking pass: $30 (plus event ticket — $35 Friday and Saturday).
Extra pit RV pass: $60 (plus event ticket — $35 Friday and Saturday).

Swap meet: $45 for 10 ft.x20 ft. space. No new items or apparel.
Car Corral: $45 (sell your Chevrolet at the event).

RAIN POLICY: If one round of the professional exhibition show has been completed, the day’s event will be deemed complete. In the case of a rainout prior to the first round of the professional exhibition, tickets should be mailed to Maple Grove Raceway (30 Stauffer Park Lane, Mohnton, Pa. 19540) for a voucher to next year’s Super Chevy Show at MGR. A credit voucher will be issued according to the value remaining on the ticket.


Pro Show:

Four Jet Dragsters — MAVTV Missile, Lucas Oil Terminal Velocity, Queen of Diamonds, Jersey Thunder.

Chevys Against The World — Naturally-aspirated Pro Mods (8-car field).

Chevys Against The World — Supercharged Pro Mods (8-car field).

Chevys Against The World — Top Sportsman (16-car field).

Sportsman classes (all cars must be Chevrolet-bodied or Chevrolet-powered): Bracket 1 (Super Pro) — $60 (car and driver). 7:00-19.99, slicks and electronics, defer to MGR rules.

Bracket 2 (Pro) — $60 (car and driver). 9:00-19.99, slicks and no electronics, defer to MGR rules.

D.O.T. — $60 (car and driver). Any dial-ins. D.O.T. street tires and mufflers required. No electronics. Defer to MGR rules.

CamaroGuys Gen 5 Challenge presented by S&W Race Cars — $35 (car and driver). Open to all fifth-generation Camaros CLICK HERE FOR RULES

True Street (included in E.T. bracket entry fee). $200 to overall winner; $100 to runner-up; $100 each to 11.0, 12.0, 13.0 and 14.0. These are “real street machines.” D.O.T. street tires and mufflers required.

SUNDAY BRACKET PURSE Bracket 1 — $3,000 to win; $1,500 runner-up; $500 semi; $200 quarters; $100 eighths.

Bracket 2 — $1,500 to win; $600 runner-up; $$200 semi; $100 quarters; $75 eighths.

D.O.T. — $1,000 to win; $400 runner-up; $125 semi; $100 quarters; $75 eighths.

CamaroGuys Gen 5 Challenge presented by S&W Race Cars — Trophy to winner; trophy to runner-up.

Last Chance Race — $1,500 to win; $750 runner-up; $300 semi; $100 quarters.



Big Car (Includes Impala, Biscayne and Caprice) — 1949-1954; 1958-1989; 1990 and newer.

Chevelle — 1964-1967; 1968 and newer.

El Camino — All El Caminos.

Conversion — 1900-current. Class includes all non-Chevrolet-bodied vehicles with Chevrolet power and all Chevrolet-bodied vehicles with non-Chevrolet power.

Early Chevy (Chevrolet power and Chevrolet body cars and trucks) — Pre-1935; 1936-1948.

Open (All Chevrolets and GM products not included in a specific category, through current model year).

Camaro — 1967-1969; 1970-1981; 1982-1992; 1993-2002; 2010 and newer.

Corvette — 1953-1967; 1968-1982; 1984-1996; 1997-2004; 2005 and newer.

Monte Carlo — All Monte Carlos.

Chevrolet 1955-1957.

Nova — 1962-1967; 1968 and newer.

Nostalgia Rod — All unfinished-appearing vehicles. Awarded in Conversion or Early Chevrolet classes.

Pro Street — All Chevrolet vehicles with 75% of an original frame or altered original frame (including rear end narrowed), having a physically-narrowed rear end wheel tubs or factory.

Pro Engineered — All Chevrolet vehicles which have a complete tube chassis (round or square) from radiator to rear bumper. Must have a physiacally-narrowed rear end and wheel tubs. All tube chassis drag cars and off-road cars will compete in this class.

Chevelle-abration — Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Chevelle and Malibu.

Pick-up Truck — 1949-1972 full-size 2wd/4wd; 1973-1987 full-size 2wd/4wd; 1988 and newer full-size 2wd/4wd; SUV all sizes 2wd/4wd; Mini all years 2wd/4wd.

Young Star (Under 25).


Anniversary Class — This class is for all vehicles specified below for a specified model year. This class will have its own special parking area. Class will be broken down as follows: Winner & Outstanding Stock, Winner & Outstanding Modified, Winner & Outstanding Show.

For 2014, the 50th anniversary of the Chevelle and Malibu will be recognized. All years welcome. Special awards for 1964 model year. All other classes stay the same. Special parking area for all Chevelles.

Gold Class — All extensively-done show vehicles. Undercarriages will be examined to determine eligibility and a final decision will be rendered by consensus of the car show officials. The supervisor’s decision is final and the entry would compete in the Gold Class. The registration procedure remains the same for all vehicles. All entries will register for their normally assigned class and the judging supervisor will make the registration change and provide the owner with a new classification card. Gold Class entrants will be reassigned to a parking area and will be grouped together. Winners will be awarded in separate as appropriate, as well as appropriate “Best” awards.
Each class has the possibility of having these classes within. For example, Camaro 1967-1969 could actually be three classes with three Winners and 3 Outstandings: Camaro 1967-1969 (Stock), Camaro 1967-1969 (Modified) and Camaro 1967-1969 (Show).

Stock Class — The Stock Class will include vehicles that appear to be factory or dealer stock. The interior must be original or a duplicate of the original in material, style, and/or color. Engine must be stock for the vehicle’s year and model. Numbers do NOT have to match. All vehicles that are dealer and factory conversions that are restored to stock (Yenko, SLP, etc.) still will compete in the Stock Class provided they have been restored to original. Stock Class will also allow for no more than three (3) bolt-on changes from originally-equipped (chrome valve covers, tube-style headers, etc.).

Modified Class (old Street Class) — The Modified Class is for any vehicle with four (4) or more bolt-on changes from factory or originally-equipped. Body may have bolt-on spoilers, ground effects, fiberglass parts, etc. Paint may be any type that is from an OEM manufacturer. Paint such as candy, pearl, etc., will be moved to the Show Class. Painted-on pinstripes and/or taped pinstripes or decals/vinyl graphics will be allowed. Judging supervisor will classify custom work. Any molding of any type (firewall, inner fenders, etc.) will move the entry to Show Class. Interiors: minor changes are permitted, such as bolt-in seats with stock type interior, carpet in truck beds and/or wood inlays, etc. Full custom interiors will move entry to Show Class. The will be no limit as to the amount of bolt-on items permitted.

Show Class (old Modified Class) — The following will automatically place a vehicle in the Show Class: any heavy body modifications such as chopping, molding, sectioning, etc. Paint that contains painted graphics, candy, pearl, murals, etc. Engine relocation, smoothed engine block, multiple carbs, power adders (blowers, turbos, etc.), fuel injection conversion on other era vehicle. Interiors: any full custom design interiors or have had significant changes to factory equipped (molded dash, custom seats, custom headliner, door panels, etc).


PLEASE NOTE: Show judges and/or management reserve the right to expand or combine classes as they deem necessary.


Saturday specialty awards:
Top 10 Editors Choice – Car Show.
Top 10 Editors Choice – Drag Race.
“Big Schwag” Top 20 (10 Saturday and 10 Sunday).
Promoter’s Award.
Club Participation (minimum six cars registered together as a club).
Chevelle-abration Top 3.
Outstanding Engineered.
Outstanding Paint.
Outstanding Interior.
Outstanding Engine.
Outstanding Stock.
Outstanding Modified.
Outstanding Show.
Outstanding Workmanship.

Sunday class awards:
Class Winner Plaque – one per class (class winners also receive winner’s jacket).
Outstanding Class Awards – one per class.

Chevelle-abration awards:
Top 3.
Best 1964.

Sunday awards:
“Big Schwag” Top 10.
Promoter’s Award.

Best in Class:
Best Big Car.
Best Camaro.
Best Chevelle.
Best Corvette.
Best ’55-’56-’57.
Best Early Chevrolet.
Best Conversion.
Best Pro Street.
Best Pro Engineered.
Best El Camino.
Best Nova.
Best Monte Carlo.
Best Open.
Best Truck.
Best Anniversary Vehicle.
Young Star.
Gold Class (also receives $50 cash award).
Best Stock.
Best Modified.

Top Award:
Best of Show (Also receives $50 cash award).
Best of Show – Gold Class (also receives $100 cash award).

Friday, July 11 — Special Event:
Collector Car Appreciation Day Cruise Night at Maple Grove Raceway. Chevy-bodied or Chevy-powered only. $10 per car and driver. Each passenger: $10. First 100 vehicles will receive a special commemorative dash plaque. After racing is completed, cars will be invited to make a parade lap down the drag strip.

Now in its 52nd year of operation, historic Maple Grove Raceway is recognized as a leading facility in the sport of NHRA-sanctioned drag racing. The NHRA Nationals, MGR’s annual NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series national event, will take place on Oct. 2-5.

For more information, please call Maple Grove Raceway at (610) 856-9200 or visit Follow Maple Grove Raceway on Facebook and Twitter (@maplegrove).


Moment of Silence at Super Chevy Show for Sally Miksiewicz

July 7, 2014 by  
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We have lost a good friend.

Sally Miksiewicz was the CEO and vice chairperson of the East Penn Manufacturing Company.

Ms. Miksiewicz, 52, was killed June 20 when she was struck by a pickup truck while jogging near her home in Pike Township, Berks County.

East Penn, a family-owned company with more than 6,800 employees, is the second-largest employer in Berks County, where Maple Grove Raceway is located.

East Penn’s extensive product line includes Duracell auto batteries. Since 2011, Duracell ( has been the Official Battery of the Super Chevy Show series.

It often was said she looked on East Penn’s employees as extended family. East Penn has been recognized for 13 consecutive years with the designation as one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania.

Thousands paid respects to Sally at a memorial service on June 27. The Super Chevy Show and Maple Grove Raceway will remember her with a moment of silence during the opening ceremonies of the event on July 13.





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