Street Car Super Nationals V
Each November, the PSCA's founder and president, Mel Roth, brings big-time, high-dollar, heads-up drag racing to the West-the Street Car Super Nationals.
The race, held at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, features the quickest, fastest West Coast doorslammers (of all makes) from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, and Canada. They compete with counterparts from points as far east as Oklahoma, New Jersey, Connecticut, and South Carolina, all vying for a shot at the $20,000 prize.
While there are several other exciting, heads-up categories-such as 10.5 Outlaw and two drag radial classes, which all include badass 'Stangs-we're partial to the Ford Racing Performance Parts' Mustang Maddness eliminator. It's an Open Comp-format class for Ford-powered Ponies only. Kirk Bouchard took top honors this year in Mustang Maddness, but you can bet we'll be back out there next season trying to capture the prestigious win with Boss 340.
Ford Racing Performance Parts Mustang Maddness winner Kirk Bouchard capitalized on the bye
Chip Havemann and NMRA Modular Muscle racer Joe Cram made the trip to Las Vegas with Chip'
SCSN V's Xtreme Drag Radial rules permit using 315/50-15 drag radials or true 10.5-inch sl
Two weeks earlier, David Schwarz won the PSCA's World Finals. He kept his winning streak a
As of the Street Car Super Nationals, we wholeheartedly believe that Coby Rabon has the ba