Home Page About Us Contribute

Escort, Inc.

Tweets by @CrittendenAuto

By accessing/using The Crittenden Automotive Library/CarsAndRacingStuff.com, you signify your agreement with the Terms of Use on our Legal Information page. Our Privacy Policy is also available there.

Monday Finish Wraps Up Another SCSN Record-Shattering Weekend

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

Drag Racing Topics:  Pacific Street Car Association, Street Car Super Nationals

Monday Finish Wraps Up Another SCSN Record-Shattering Weekend

Brandon Mudd
High Side Media
November 26, 2014

It wasn’t just teased; it was GUARANTEED that Street Car Super Nationals X Presented by Chris Alston’s Chassisworks would shatter records and the Pacific Street Car Association delivered.


Monday Finish Wraps Up Another SCSN Record-Shattering Weekend

Brandon W. Mudd
LAS VEGAS – It wasn’t just teased; it was GUARANTEED that Street Car Super Nationals X Presented by Chris Alston’s Chassisworks would shatter records and the Pacific Street Car Association delivered. In a weekend that saw Turky al Zafari double up by winning the Outlaw Pro Mod title here after taking the Anarchy at the Arch championship in August, class records fell early and often.
The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was prepared masterfully by the track’s staff with the starting line manned by the NHRA’s Chief Starter Mark Lyle under near-perfect weather conditions. Larry Larson took the record for fastest-ever street car Thursday night and improved on that pass repeatedly until Sunday when he hit a Mind Blowing 5.950. In ProCharger Pro Radial, Roger Holder, always fast, not only won the event but took the title of fastest/quickest ever on a Drag Radial Tire with a monster ET of 6.127 at 245.54 mph. While al Zafiri kept his title of quickest-ever door-slammer with his ET of 5.461 seconds earned in St. Louis, Paul Mouhayet took the belt of fastest-ever with a pass of 273.39 mph. In MagnaFuel Outlaw 10.5, Canadian Nick Agostino had the fans not believing their eyes and ears as he set the new Small Block Outlaw 10.5 ET record with a 6.105 and on that same pass, broke both ends of the 1/8th-mile Small Block records (4.012/194.04). New Mexico racer Mark Meiering set a new mark with a 7.42/185.79 as the world's fastest Supercharged GT500.
Vortech Superchargers Outlaw 8.5 stole the show as 38 of these small tire warriors wheelie'd their way into a very tight 32-car Field and when the dust settled it was New Mexico over Texas as Joe Gallager bested Eric Stubbs in the finals.
The racing Sunday was amazing as always, but dropping with the sun at dusk where the track temps. At approximately 8 p.m., the decision was made to halt the racing to ensure the safety of the racers. When the action picked up Monday morning before a hardy crowd at the track and the thousands watching online at BangShift.com, the SCSN X semi-finalists never missed a beat. Al Zafari was able to make a solo run to get the finals and then made another bye run to clinch the title when Eric Dillard broke at the finish line when he won his semi-final round.
Along with the highest of highs, the event can bring the lowest of lows, such as the results in Pro Mod when Michael Biehle Jr. fouled out, giving the title to Rick Snavely. Taylor Lastor was able to earn the victory in MagnaFuel Outlaw 10.5 when his opponent, Mike Murillo, had issues getting off the line. One of the closest finishes of the final rounds came in Mickey Thompson Wild Street when Eric Gustafson overcame a slight hole-shot (.014 to .032) by Chris Grove’s and drove around him right at the finish with 4.501 ET over Groves 4.522.
Other SCSN X winners were: MagnaFuel XDR/TT5-Chris Alston, Jr; AOS Hot Street: Michael DeMayo; Vortech Outlaw 8.5-Joe Gallagher; Edelbrock Super Index-Don McDavitt; Ross Racing Pistons Triple Index-Brian Weber; Accufab Mustang Madness-Sergio Felipe; Brodix Bracket 1-Bob Bundy; and Calvert Racing Street Muscle-Scott Horsley.

For more information on SCSN and its races, visit them at StreetCarSuperNationals.com or follow them on social media at Facebook.com/StreetCarSuperNationals or on Twitter at @PSCARacing. 
For more on the PSCA, visit them on the web at PSCARacing.com or at their page on Facebook at Facebook.com/PSCARacing.


About the Pacific Street Car Association:
In its 15th season, the Pacific Street Car Association, based in Las Vegas, has been a staple of West Coast drag racing since its inception. With six heads-up classes, four bracket classes, and two index classes, the PSCA provides some of the best racing in the country for both fans and racers. The PSCA season is capped off by its Street Car Super Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, now in its tenth year.

About HighSide Media:
Founded in 2007, HighSide Media has represented some of the top drivers, teams, facilities, sponsors, and sanctions in American motorsports. HighSide Media provides public and media relations for racers at every level with tailor-made programs for every budget. Pass YOUR Competition on the HighSide.
About the Pacific Street Car Association:
The Pacific Street Car Association, along with its signature event the Street Car Super Nationals, exists to provide the sportsman drag racer with a safe, world-class facility in which to race the best competition in the nation. The PSCA and its staff have built a solid reputation of honesty and loyalty to its fans, drivers, and marketing partners for the past 15 years. It is the goal of our organization to promote grass roots drag racing throughout the country in an effort bring the joy of the sport to both new and veteran fans, both young and old.

Copyright © 2014. Pacific Street Car Association, HighSide Media, All rights reserved.
Email Marketing Powered by MailChimp

Connect with The Crittenden Automotive Library

The Crittenden Automotive Library on Facebook The Crittenden Automotive Library on Instagram The Crittenden Automotive Library at The Internet Archive The Crittenden Automotive Library on Pinterest The Crittenden Automotive Library on Twitter The Crittenden Automotive Library on Tumblr

The Crittenden Automotive Library

Home Page    About Us    Contribute