PETERSBURG, VA. (April 16) – The Virginia Super Chevy Show concluded in grand style Sunday at Virginia Motorsports Park.
It included 447 car show entries, 504 swap meet spots and some pretty good racing, including the bracket classes and a taste of ProMod. The car show drew entrants from nine states, including host Virginia, and a few from New Jersey, New York and California.
Here’s a brief report about Sunday’s activities:
CAR SHOW RESULTS
Car show count: 447.
Category: Truck 1949-72: Stock Outstanding
PETERSBURG, VA. (April 17) — Rain delayed a little bit of the racing, but it couldn’t slow down the momentum for the second day of the Virginia Super Chevy Show at Virginia Motorsports Park on Saturday.
Car enthusiasts from among Virginia, Maryland and Tennessee, as well as some from as far away as New Jersey highlighted the first Car Show of the weekend. Other highlights Saturday were the True Street Cruise, a Bonus Bracket Race and the Pro Show of Nitro Xtreme Doorslammers. A swap meet, up to 499 spots on Saturday, also highlighted the day’s activities.
Here’s a brief rundown of Saturday’s activities and results:
Car Show Report: Enthusiasts from nine states converged on VMP, including a total of 395 entries, coming from Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, West Virginia and New Jersey.
There were also show cars in the classes of ‘Camaro (’93 or newer), Pick Up Truck (1949-72) and El Camino.
Specialty Editors Top 10 Awards: Editors Top 10: – 1. Bradley Gray, Rockwell, NC,
PETERSBURG, VA. (April 16) – The Super Chevy Show at Virginia Motorsports Park got off to a roaring start Friday.
It included 128 competitors who showed up for Friday’s Test and Tune session and 40 vendors and 231 spots for the ever-popular swap meet. A big draw to this weekend’s event also will come from the Pennzoil “Feel the Clean” Tour Display; the GM Performance Division Display and the TREMEC Display.
Here’s a brief report about Friday’s activities:
Test and Tune: 128 competitors showed up for Friday’s session, with Randy Perkinson setting the pace. Perkinson drove his 2009 Pontiac GXP through the quartermile in 7.388 seconds at 183.56 mph.
Swap meet/Vendor report: The first day produced 40 vendors covering 231 spots for today’s swap meet. The most unique are the Penzoil “Feel the Clean” Tour Display; the GM Performance Division Display and the TREMEC Display.
The Penzoil Display is a 53-foot unit which shows car enthusiasts the benefits of using Penzoil, including the superior active cleansing agents. It will also demonstrate the difference between clean and dirty engine parts, using interactive displays, games and face-to-face marketing.
The GM Performance Division Display is always one of the bigger displays at the Super Chevy Show. It features many GM equipment, accessories and vehicles.
The TREMEC Display is making its season debut here this weekend and offers car enthusiasts the inside look at TTC, a full-service supplier of manual transmissions.
Saturday’s Schedule: Gates open at 8 a.m.; Car Show registration, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Time Trials, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Car Show Judging Seminar, 10:30 a.m.; True Street Cruise, 11:30 a.m.; Pro Show (featuring the Nitro Extreme Chevy Doorslammers), 1 and 5 p.m.; Bonus Bracket Race, 2 p.m.; Car Show Awards, 4 p.m.
Spectator Admission: Adult full event, $32; single-day, $22; junior (11-15) full event, $15; single-day, $10.
Participant Admission: Car show judged, $45; Car Show non-judged, $35; Swap Meet (10′x20′), $45; Car Corral (10′x20′), $45; Saturday Bonus Race, $35; Race entry, $60; Jr. Dragster Race, $25; Extra Vehicle Pass, $30.
For more information, go to www.virginiamotorsports.com or call the track at (804) 862-3174.