Street Car Super Nationals at LVMS This Weekend Nov 18-21

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Its time again for the biggest, wildest, and most anticipated race
of the year, the K&N Filters Street Car Super Nationals VI “East vs. West
Shootout”, which is set to be held in Las Vegas November 18-21, 2010 presented
by Chris Alston’s Chassis Works. Anything can happen in Vegas and the SCSN now
in its sixth year has even more fantastic things in store for everyone with more
classes, big name players, super bonus payouts, big contingency, and massive
media coverage. The SCSN is expected to be the most sought after and highly
photographed event of the year. It will be a high-stakes game of speed and
anyone’s guess at who will prevail. So what happens in Vegas? Pink Tequila on
the Grand Stage, Las Vegas show girls wandering in the pits, and the fastest
heads up drag cars in North America all assembled in one place.

Promoter Mel Roth said “Each year the SCSN has just
grown bigger and better. This year we expect to not only have an increase in
contenders but a higher caliber of cars competing. A good number of NHRA’s Pro
Modified field has already confirmed attendance.” Pat Musi will have his King
Kong 5 Nitrous powered 903 cubic inch Stratus with special guest John Hall.
Recently confirmed to attend, Brad Personette who just won NHRA’s Las Vegas
Nationals in Pro Mod with a 5.859 @ 254.57 mph in his Turbo powered 68 Camaro.
Joining from the high rollers of the Pro Modified world are; multi-time world
champion Jay Payne in his Blown Fire Ice Mustang, Dennis Radford in his sleek
904 Cubic inch Nitrous powered Duster, and Billy Harper in his wild 864 cubic
inch Nitrous Viper. All are capable of hitting the high fives and this year’s
Pro Street bump spot race should make for spectacular competition in
itself.

The SCSN will see the return of 2008 Pro
Street Champion Kirk Wilmes who relentlessly ran away from the competition in
his 68 Blown G-Force Firebird. SCSN’s 2009 Pro Street Champion Dan Vogt of
Canada, who quietly stole the purse from mid-pack last year is also expected to
return along with a number of competitors from North of the border. West Coast
contender and last years runner up, Clint Hairston will be looking for the win
in his Petronix twin Turbo GTO after engine troubles held him back in the final
round last year. Many of last years competitors in fact will be returning and
more are rumored to appear. Coby Rabon who ran the SCSN’s first five second pass
is rumored to show up with a whole pack contenders. The SCSN is an addictive
event. Once attended, people keep coming back whether it’s to compete, just
watch the show, or to see what might happen next.

Attending from the SCSN’s parent organization, the Pacific Street Car
Association, are returning four time PSCA Champion Ed Thornton in his twin Turbo
Corvette, Mike Maggio’s Blown 70 Camaro, Kelly Bluebaugh’s Nitrous Magna Fuel
Monte Carlo, John Scialpi’s Blown 57 Bel-Air, Randy Walker’s 1974 Pro Comp
Nitrous El Camino and many more. The question still remains though; will the
West Coast ever win their hosted race?

Fans will get
a Thursday late afternoon preview of the who’s who of fast as Pro Street
competitors will be invited to compete for $1,000.00 in fast cash. Daystar has
put up funds for both the quickest and fastest Pro Street car on the lot in a
one lane, one hit competition against the clock. Daystar joins a whole host of
companies putting out the cash to entice the competition at every
level.

Outlaw 10.5 will be just as outrageous in the
caliber of competition. Dale Moznik, the 2007 and 2009 SCSN Outlaw Champion will
be back with 833 cubic inches in his 68 El Camino looking for another win. NMRA
Champion Mike Murillo and the original NMCA Champion Nick Scavo will both be in
with twin Turbo terror entries. It will undoubtedly be fierce competition of
Turbo match up’s with the West Coasts own multi-time Outlaw Champion Doug
Sikora, Rick Snavely’s Garrett Turbo Mustang, and Greg Seth Hunter’s Turbo Nova,
and many more. Robbie Ward will enter the Outlaw class with the nations fastest
and only BBC twin F2 Pro Charger set up in his 69 Camaro., which is said to have
a potential of well over 3000 horse power. The big cube giants of the class are
Mike Sasina’s 747 Hemi powered Mustang, Scot Slotten’s 832 cubic inch Grand Am,
and Kurtis Tamez’s 932 Sonny’s Hemi Cobalt.. Billy Glidden has confirmed
attendance and the entire West Coast will be gunning for him looking for a duel
with Outlaws legend.

Spectators and racers alike
will surely not want to miss the biggest and wildest street car action in the
National Radial wars. These cars are getting almost fast enough to make the Pro
Street field on a Radial tire. This year’s SCSN event will include 315 Radial
back-half and 275 stock suspension classes with competitors from Texas, Canada,
California, and the mid-west. 2007 and 2008 SCSN Champion Roger Holder will be
returning in XDR/ TT5 in his Nitrous BBC Camaro. The SCSN will see Paul Majors
in his wickedly fast BBC Turbo powered Corvette who has run the best of 6.987 @
210 mph. Dave Bowman who has been very competitive in the 275 radial class on
the national level will be in the house touting a best of 4.912@156.81 on 275’s
in the 1/8th mile and 7.57 @ 194 mph in the 1320.

This year SCSN will have a heavy media presentation, be the most
photographed event of the year, and be splattered all over the Internet through
use of Social Network media, along with traditional print media. Bangshift.com
will be on hand doing a real time live feed of the event and 1320Go.com will
present live timing. Competition Plus and Drag Racing Online will present photo
updates, qualifying results, and race action coverage. Additional information,
updates, and interactive social commentary can be found on Facebook, Yellow
Bullet, many other Drag Racing forums and Internet news magazines. Most major
Drag Racing magazines will be present to include Drag Illustrated, RPM Magazine,
Fastest Street Car, Drag Racer Magazine, many freelance writers, and photo
journalists. DVD race coverage will be presented by Powerhouse Video. On scene
spectators will get a 5 camera angle play by play on a giant screen being
imported for the event. Anyone looking for an excellent chance at media coverage
for a race team, sponsor, or company promotion should absolutely be in
attendance and not miss this media explosion. The event will host a fully packed
manufacturer’s mid-way that is scheduled to be much bigger than ever before with
available parts and display of the latest in racing technology. Best of all,
this year’s announcer will be the infamous Al Tucci and another special
appearance will be made by spokes model Jessica Barton.

The SCSN will offer racing competition for everyone from mild to wild
with an array of classes from which to choose. In addition to Pro Street, Outlaw
10.5, and Radial, the SCSN will have Wild Street, Hot Street, Limited Street,
Street Challenge, Open Comp, Bracket-1, Super Double Index, and Mustang Madness.
Additionally a car show has been added for those who wish to bring their cool
custom ride and hang out. Competitors and spectators can find event information,
specific class rules, check out the contenders list, payouts, contingency, and
updates at http://www.streetcarsupernationals.com
. See you in Las Vegas !!

This years K&N Filters
SCSN VI is presented by Chris Alston’s Chassis Works. Bonus payout and Racer
Special’s will be offered by Mickey Thompson Tires, Precision Turbo and Engine,
The Canadian Pro Street Association, Pitmat USA, Race Pak, Dr J’s Performance,
Hyperaktive, Brandt Racing Enterprises, GoodYear Racing, K & N Filters.
Lucas Oil Products, ProComp Motorsports, Spec-Rite Converters, Accufab Throttle
Body’s, Modular Mustang Racing, Nitrous Solution’s, Calvert Racing Suspensions,
ProTorque Converters, and JE Pistons with more added daily!!

Lucas Oil Car Show Series with the amazing Cooper
Tire Grand Stage will be on display in the SCSN Entertainment Zone!!

$20,000.00 To the winner in Pro Street
$10,000.00 To the winner in
Outlaw 10.5
$5,000.00 To the winner in XDR/TT-5
$3,000.00 To the winner
in Wild Street (275 Radial Class)
$2,500.00 To the winner in Hot Street (NA
Class)
$1,550.00 To the winner in Street Challenge (255x 60 Real Radial
Class)
$1,500.00 To the winner in Limited Street (Limited 10.5 Class)

Over $300,000 in Posted Contingency
Plus lots more cash in our 3 Bracket
& 2 Index classes & our Lucas Oil Car Show Series

Event: SCSN VI

Where: The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
When: Nov 18-21, 2010

What: The Best Drag Racing Event At America’s Greatest Race Track
Who:
Over 50 Pro Street/Pro Mods, 32 Outlaw 10.5’s, and another 250+ of the baddest
hot rods on the planet!!

How: Check out
www.streetcarsupernationals.com or just show up and get your tickets at the gate!!


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