With the demise of the NMRA Pure Street class, the NMCA's Mean Street class now has more Mustangs than ever, which doesn't bother class stalwarts the Gillam twins in the least. In fact, it seems the flood of NMRA Pure Street has made them even more focused and determined to win. Rich Groh from RGR Engines, says the twins bought up all his horsepower, but we know that's not true. At Joliet, family driver Jeremy Gillam qualified the car in the top spot, and was the only Mean Street racer in the 9s during eliminations. He was able to get past Dennis Morrow in the finals to win the event.