The Largest Super Chevy Show Presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group Returns to Maple Grove
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MOHNTON, Pa. – It’s a ritual that thousands go through every summer at Maple Grove Raceway. The biggest Super Chevy Show in the country will be back July 19-21 with hundreds of the cars with the bowtie moniker, along with other General Motors products, making their way to Southeastern Pennsylvania to both race and show.
With Super Chevy Magazine celebrating its 40th anniversary, The Grove will once again be pulling out all the stops to make sure this edition will once again be one of the track’s “must see” events.
Presented by Chevrolet Performance and Original Parts Group, this year’s Super Chevy Show will include:
• Outlaw Pro Mod Wars, a fan favorite featuring cars reaching 200 mph on the quartermile.
• Bracket racing in three classes, including the DriveDuracell.com electronics class, non-electronics class and DOT class. Other races include CamaroGuys.com Gen 5 Challenge, True Street and a Last Chance Race.
• Jet cars will be heating up the summer passes approaching 300 mph, and will feature the new Queen of Diamonds II driven by Jill Canuso, Al Hanna’s two Jet Funny Cars, including the Gojo Firebird and the Xlerator Top Secret, as well as Bob VanSciver and his Jersey Thunder Jet Dragster.
• The largest car show in the series will feature two days of judging by Full House Motorsports, and those who want to show their cars without formal judging are welcome to join Bowtie Blvd. Show & Shine.
• The RacingJunk.com swap meet with the Collector Car Nation car corral for all those hard-to-find restoration treasures and project cars.
• Manufacturers midway, featuring the best in Chevrolet performance and restoration parts.
Racers can start entering the track on Thursday, July 18 with pit parking and tech inspection from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Racing begins Friday with two sets of time trials. There will be a single time run on Saturday before eliminations that will continue through Sunday.
The Jenkins Competition special award, in honor of the late Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins, will be presented to the door car from Saturday’s time session that has the lowest elapsed time.
Car show registration will commence at 8 a.m. Friday, 7 a.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday. The judging seminar will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday with that day’s awards at 3:30 p.m. Sunday’s car show awards is also at 3:30 p.m.
A two-day entry into the judged car show is $45. Bowtie Blvd. is $23 for one day or $35 for two days. Car show participants can take part in a special deal from Duracell Car Batteries – any passenger who buys a $23 one-day admission ticket on Saturday, gets a bonus Sunday ticket.
Spectator admission is $35 for the weekend. A one-day ticket on Friday is $10, while single Saturday and Sunday tickets are $23 each day. Teens ages 13-15 are $10 for one day, or $15 for the weekend. Children 12-and-under are free with a paid adult.
RacingJunk.com swap meet and Collector Car Nation car corral entry is $45 and includes admission for the weekend and a 10 x 20’ space.
This year’s series sponsors include Chevrolet Performance, Original Parts Group, Duracell Car Batteries, Aeromotive, RacingJunk, Collector Car Nation, RockAuto.com, Airaid, Amsoil, CamaroGuys.com, ShowFinder App, Super Chevy Magazine, Revell, Camaro5 and Rudolph Foods.
The official host hotel is the Courtyard by Marriott Reading/Wyomissing; Call (610) 378-1137 for reservations.
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ST. LOUIS (June 17, 2013) – Mid-season kicks off June 21 – 23 at Gateway Motorsports Park, and is anticipated as another record-breaking Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance, as the sixth event on the Series tour. The Chevrolet Performance traveling display rig will be on-hand at the event with a special gift for those that swing by for a visit to see the newest in Chevrolet engineering. In addition, the Mid-America Chevy Dealers Association will be there giving Super Chevy Show fans a chance to test drive the latest Chevy vehicles available.
The event will kickoff on Friday with a Show & Shine Festival from 12:00 – 5:00pm for the Show Cars, while Test & Tune and Heads Up Shakedown Run begins at 5:00pm on the drag strip, ending the evening with jet cars lighting up the night with their first pass of the weekend.
Saturday’s activities include, car show registration from 8:00am to 12:00, time trials beginning at 9:00am and at 10:00 autocross begins on the road course inside the oval track. The popular Revell Make ‘N Take activity for kids kicks off at noon in the car show awards area, where they can keep cool and make a Corvette model that they get to take home as a gift for coming out to enjoy the show. At 2:30pm Super Chevy Magazine will be giving away special commemorative posters to celebrate their 40th Anniversary this year. Racing continues through the day with two more jet car exhibitions and the CamaroGuys.com Gen 5 Challenge trophy class that is free to compete in for all Gen 5 Camaros.
Car show registration is from 8:00am to 12:00 again on Sunday along with two Run For the Money classes beginning at 9:00am and autocross in on the road course in the oval track again at 10:00am. The Revell Make ‘N Take is from 12:00 – 2:00pm, with ProMod thrill shows starting at 12:15, and jet cars making their final pass of the weekend at 2:30pm.
There is no shortage of activities for Midwest Chevy fans at the Super Chevy Show at Gateway Motorsports Park, between the car show, autocross, drag racing, jet car and ProMod exhibitions as well as the midway’s finest aftermarket Chevrolet Performance products, the Chevrolet Ride & Drive by the Mid-America Chevy Dealers and swap meet it may take all three days to enjoy it all.
$35 Weekend Adult
Friday – $10
Saturday – $20
Sunday – $15
Children under 6 Free
6- 12 – $5.00 Per Day
Spectator Gate Hours:
Friday – 4:00 pm
Saturday – 9:00 am
Sunday – 9:00 am
Show Car Pricing:
$45 – 1 Person & Car (2 Day Judged)
$40 – 1 Person & Car (2 Day Non-Judged /Display)
$35 – 1 Day Car Show
$30 – 1 Day Car Show (Non-
CAR SHOW CLASSES
Friday will be a Show & Shine Festival of Cars – Display Only
Outstanding Awards (8 Awards)
Editors Top 10 Awards
Hard Luck Award
Gateway Motorsports Pick (3 Awards)
Club Participation Award
Under 21 Award
Sunday Awards (Plaques 1st & 2nd & Jackets to Winners)
(Must be Present on Sunday)
Big Car 1949 – 1954 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Big Car 1958-1989 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Big Car 90 & Newer (Stock, Street, Modifed)
Camaro 1967 – 1969 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Camaro 1970 – 1981 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Camaro 1982 – 1992 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Camaro 1993 – 2002 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Camaro 2010 – Newer (Stock, Street, Modified)
Chevelle – 1964-1967 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Chevelle – 1968-Newer (Stock, Street, Modified)
Corvette 1953-1967 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Corvette 1968-1982 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Corvette 1984 – 1996 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Corvette 1997- 2004 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Corvette 2005 –Newer (Stock, Street, Modified)
Conversion Pre 1948 – (Modified)
Conversion 1949 – Newer (Modified)
Rat Rods (Modified) (All Makes Allowed)
Early Chevrolet Pre 1935 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Early Chevrolet 1936 – 1948 (Stock, Street, Modified)
El Camino – All Years (Stock, Street, Modified)
Monte Carlo – All Years (Stock, Street, Modified)
Chevrolet 55 – 56 – 57 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Nova – 1962 – 1967 (Stock, Street, Modified)
Nova – 1968 – Newer (Stock, Street, Modified)
Open – All Chevrolet & GM Products Not In A Specific Class (Stock, Street, Modified)
LSX – All LSX Powered Vehicles (Stock, Street, Modified)
Pro Street – All Years (Modified)
Pro Engineered – All Years (Modified)
Truck 1949 – 1972 – All PU – 2 wd – 4 wd (Stock, Street, Modified)
Truck 1973 – 1987 All PU – 2wd – 4 wd (Stock, Street, Modified)
Truck 1988 – Newer – All PU 2 wd – 4 wd (Stock, Street, Modified)
Sport Utility – Full & Mini – 2 wd – 4 wd (Stock, Street, Modified)
Best of Show Stock (Custom Trophy)
Best of Show Street (Custom Trophy)
Best of Show Modified (Custom Trophy)
Best of Class Awards (15)
RACE CLASSES & PURSES
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The Super Chevy Show presented by Chevrolet Performance made its third stop at the historic Texas Motorplex, May 3 – 4, in a whirlwind of all things-Chevy. Enthusiasts, racers and car show participants, make Texas Motorplex one of the most popular destinations for the Chevy-faithful on the Super Chevy Show tour.
In addition to fierce competition on the drag strip and in the car show, the autocross course was a hit with racers looking to test their skill and their cars’ agility through a solo course of cones. The activity was sponsored by North Texas Camaro Club members Frank Manzare of Statewide Remodeling and Jay Deluca of Monarch Sales Advisors, to give the North Texas Super Chevy Show another activity for Chevy enthusiasts to take part in.
The 2013 Drag Race and Car Show Winners are the newest additions to the history of Texas Motorplex!
Drag Racing Results
DriveDuracell.com Fast GM Reaction ET MPH
Winner: Jack Mauldin Jr. – Groesbeck TX .032 10.733 134.69
Runner Up: Dwight Kaup – Parker TX .033 10.923 119.05
Bracket 2 Quick GM
Winner: Jimmy Falkenbach – Ennis TX .030 10.061 131.25
Runner Up: Jeremy Falkenbach – Ennis TX -.047 11.238 117.86
CamaroGuys.com Gen 5 Challenge
Winner: James Stacy – Fort Worth TX .040 11.796 109.06
Runner Up: Lynn Heady – Scurry TX .183 13.781 106.19
Winner: Scott Kaufman – Flint TX .197 12.229 110.06
11 Second Car
Winner: James Stacy – Fort Worth TX .086 11.077 116.10
Runner Up: Abraham Rubalcado – Crosbyton TX .167 10.974 118.85
12 Second Car
Winner: Jake Augustyn – Midlothian TX .117 12.007 98.14
Runner Up: James Stacy – Fort Worth TX .212 11.793 97.78
13 Second Car
Winner: John Long Jr. – Cleburne TX .187 13.199 81.72
Runner Up: Larry Jack – Arlington TX .271 13.188 89.46
CAR SHOW RESULTS
EDITORS CHOICE DRAG AWARDS
Rick Ruiz, Oakcliff, TX – 79 Malibu
Jason Glover, Bryan, TX – 57 210 Hardtop
Keith Wiley, Bryan, TX – 70 Chevelle
Abraham Rubalcado, Crosbyton, TX – 66 Chevelle
Scott & Myra Nieman, Rockdale, TX – 69 Camaro
EDITORS CHOICE CAR SHOW AWARDS
Jack Pyle, Longview, TX – 54 Sedan
Amy Melton, Emory, TX – 55 Truck
Royce Shields, River Oaks, TX – 57 Bel Air Hardtop
Amy LaRue, Aubrey, TX – 67 Camaro RS
STOCK Outstanding: Freddy Soyner, Omaha, TX
STOCK Winner: Gary And Karen White, Shermon, TX
STREET Outstanding: Samuel Boone, Ft. Worth, TX
STREET Winner: Tim Tripp, Keller, TX
MODIFIED Outstanding: Raymond Guzman, Hereford, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Cris Gross, Colleyville, TX
STOCK Winner: Mark Wayne, Cedarhill, TX
STREET Outstanding: Frank Manzane, Colleyville, TX
STREET Winner: Tony Snider, Lake Dallas, TX
CAMARO: 2010 AND NEWER
STOCK Outstanding: Jacob Kerbel, Wichita Falls, TX
STOCK Winner: Chris Price, Odessa, TX
STREET Outstanding: Steve And Joann Perry, Waco, TX
STREET Winner: Neil Hodgson, Mansfield, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Alton Morris, Jamesborro, TX
TRUCK: PICK –UP 1949-1972
STOCK Outstanding: Brad Walker, Keller, TX
STOCK Modified: Jimmy McElyea, Ouilla, TZ
MODIFIED Outstanding: David Saunders, Waxahachie, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Amy Melton, Emory, TX
MODIFIED Outstanding: Bobby Buetter, Terrell, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Wayne Terry, Kaufman, TX
STREET Oustanding: Robert Hamilton, Plano, TX
STREET Winner: Regan Hampton, Waxahachie, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Steve Rutledge, Aledo, TX
TRUCK PICK-UP 1988-NEWER
STREET Outstanding: Chris Andradre, Lancaster, TX
STREET Winner: Larry Russell, Lewisville, TX
STREET Winner: John Sepulua, Leoug, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Paul Chandler, Greenwall, AR
EARLY CHEVY: 1990-1948
MODIFIED Outstanding: Michael Fleming, Joes, OK
MODIFIED Winner: Gary Law: Lucas, TX
STOCK Winner: Donna Thompson, Colleyville, TX
STREET Outstanding: Larry Rogers, Tyler, TX
STREET Winner: Terry Hall, Edgewood, TX
MODIFIED Outstanding: Al And Gwynn Burgess, Roucd Rock, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Darrin Gartell, Woodword, OK
BIG CAR: 1958-89
MODIFIED Outstanding: Jack Pyle, Longview, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Bob and Joyce Cossin, Rogersville, MO
BIG CAR 1990-NEWER
STOCK Winner: Jeff Quinn: Evles, TX
STREET Winner: Donny Harter, Waco, TX
CHEVELLE: 1964- 67
STREET Winner: Bill Ledbetter, Gainsville, TX
CHEVELLE: 1968 & Newer
MODIFIED Outstanding: Bill Kamp, Flower Mound, TX
MODIFIED Winner: John Buckle, Denver City, TX
STOCK Winner: Michael Shields: Riveroaks, TX
MODIFIED Outstanding: Melvin Miller, Dallas, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Steve Semmer, Woodword, OK
MODIFIED Winner: Henry Vloedman, Woodward, OK
STOCK Outstanding: Clint Rogers, Farmers Branch, TX
STOCK Winner: Jerry Jackson, Sugarland, TX
MODIFIED Winner: Kendall Jeruit, Blanchland, OK
MODIFIED Winner: Darron Moore, Brady, TX
1955-57 MODIFIED Winner: Joseph Mouton, Now Orleans, LA
MODIFIED Winner: Jody Parker, Wells Point, TX
BEST IN CLASS
BIG CAR: Joyce Cossin, Rodgersville, TX – 53 Chevy
CAMARO: Cris Gross, Colleyville, TX – 69 Camaro
CHEVELLE: John Buckle, Denver City, TX – 70 Chevelle
CORVETTE: Henry and Carol Vloedman, Woodward, OK – 62 Corvette
OPEN: Kendall Jeruitt, Blandland, OK – 76 Vega Wagon
EARLY CHEVY: Gary Low, Lucas, TX – 36 Chevy Coupe
EL CAMINO: Steve and Linda Senmer, Woodland, OK – 55 Chevy
1955-1957 CHEVY: Darrin Gartell, Woodland, OK – 55 Chevy
NOVA: Paul Chandler, Greenbro, AR – 69 Nova
TRUCK: Amy Melton, Emory, TX – 55 Chevy Pick-Up
MODIFIED GOLD: Joseph Mouton, New Orleans, LA – 55 Chevy Bel Air
BEST OF SHOW: Jody Parker, Wells Point, TX – 67 Camaro