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Xtreme Street qualifying leader Rick Snaudy's 1966 Mustang went on to win his category running a best of 7.922 at 176.93 mph over Roger Rydell in his blown '67 Chevelle.

Fast qualifier in Hot Street was Carlsbad’s Carl Gustafson in his cool ‘66 Chevy II running 8.963 at 150.83 mph. Gustafson lost in the semi’s to a hole shot from eventual division winner George Mitchell. George Raygoza set low e.t. in True Street and won the bracket in his ‘68 Nova.

Arizona’s Heath Hairston, driving his blown Heavy Street ‘67 Camaro, grabbed a hole-shot victory over Christopher Chow running an 8.517 at 161.48 mph.

Transmission wizard Mike Stewart was on hand to assist his many customers and helped work out the bugs on fellow Lancaster, CA resident Roger Rydell_s_67 Chevelle. Stewart, a four-time PSCA championship winner, tuned the blown 509 cubic inch machine to a runner-up in Xtreme Street running a best of 8.297.

Tony Kane, with PSCA contingency sponsor Hughes Performance, feels good about their program. “You can run anything here and feel big-time at a small event,” said Kane. Hughes’ involvement has increased their business and opened up potential
new markets for the Arizona company. Before joining Hughes, Tony Kane competed in PSCA and is currently building a ‘55 Chevy to battle in Pro Street.

This quick muscle car drag racing series and the Dragway both showed they needed some fine-tuning. PSCA is in its sixth year of competition is under the leadership of series owner and race director Mel Roth.

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