10/20/2009 Gateway-SCSS Street Car Shootout RESULTS!

Bret Kepner

New Member
Apr 1, 2004
These results reflect the record holders, qualifiers, and final round contestants at each of the
Street Car Shootout Series events held each Tuesday at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Illinois.

All vehicles compete utilizing Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) approved tires. All other modifications are permitted. Tuesday SCSS Track Records can be set during the two official qualifying or championship rounds. The first official Street Car Shootout qualifying period begins at 6:00 PM with sessions continuing until 9:45 PM, (barring unforeseen circumstances). At 10:00 PM, the four quickest qualifiers meet in no-handicap eliminations advancing two winners to the championship final round. Each of the Top 16 qualifiers receives a "Fastest Street Car Qualifier" decal. The SCSS trophies and decals are presented by Gateway Raceway.com. Additionally, the two quickest Sport Tuner drivers, (open to all passenger cars except Rear-Wheel-Drive vehicles with engines of eight cylinders or more), also meet in a no-handicap championship round for trophies presented by St. Louis Street Racers.com and the two quickest Super Truck drivers, (open to all trucks and utility vehicles), meet in a no-handicap championship round for trophies presented by Gateway Raceway.com. All finalists in all categories also receive free digital images from the event courtesy of Bret Kepner Photos.com and one free entry to a future SCSS event.



Class Name Hometown ST Vehicle Engine ET MPH Date
RWD Matt Giblin, Festus, MO 69 Nova 600 Chevy 8.004 09/29/2009
RWD Mark Woodruff, Arnold, MO 69 Nova 706 Chevy 178.71 07/01/2008

TRK Kevin Autenrieth, Bethalto, IL 91 S-10 434 Chevy 8.881 09/15/2009
TRK Kevin Autenrieth, Bethalto, IL 91 S-10 434 Chevy 150.73 09/15/2009

4CYL Jon Huber, St. Louis, MO 79 Mustang 178 Ford 9.039 10/14/2008
4CYL Jon Huber, St. Louis, MO 79 Mustang 178 Ford 152.16 10/16/2007

6CYL Tony Shoaff, Mechanicsburg, IL 87 Regal 231 Buick 9.667 10/06/2009
6CYL Tony Shoaff, Mechanicsburg, IL 87 Regal 231 Buick 139.63 10/06/2009

DSL Chris Calkins, Union, MO 70 C-10 403 Chevy 9.875 9/25/2007
DSL Chris Calkins, Union, MO 70 C-10 403 Chevy 139.41 9/25/2007

RTY Eric Cheatham, Belleville, IL 93 RX-7 79 Mazda 10.048 9/26/2006
RTY Eric Cheatham, Belleville, IL 93 RX-7 79 Mazda 137.95 9/26/2006

AWD Adnan Omerovic, St. Louis, MO 95 Talon 122 Eagle 10.234 9/11/2007
AWD Adnan Omerovic, St. Louis, MO 95 Talon 122 Eagle 141.50 7/22/2008

FWD Adam Corbitt, St. Charles, MO 85 Golf 123 Volks 10.989 05/06/2008
FWD Adam Corbitt, St. Charles, MO 85 Golf 123 Volks 134.87 05/06/2008

Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle Engine ET MPH Date

EVENT 23 10/20/2009

1 Tim Mallicoat Collinsville IL 68 Camaro 565 Chevy 8.597 158.48
2 Philip Reichardt Festus MO 67 Camaro 400 Chevy 8.910 115.92
3 Kevin Autenrieth Bethalto IL 91 S-10 434 Chevy 8.955 148.58
4 Mark Woodruff Arnold MO 69 Nova 706 Chevy 9.418 161.96
5 Raymond Arthur Edwardsville IL 67 Camaro 496 Chevy 9.764 149.17
6 Jon Huber St. Louis MO 79 Mustang 178 Ford 9.841 141.71
7 Laurence Bass Mascoutah IL 88 Mustang 306 Ford 9.936 152.81
8 Curtis Paulfrey Brighton IL 68 Camaro 502 Chevy 10.103 135.84
9 Derrick Roeslein Fenton MO 02 Camaro 383 Chevy 10.313 130.33
10 Rick McCarter Desoto MO 92 S-15 414 Chevy 10.531 130.18
11 Gary Carter Hartford IL 79 C-10 406 Chevy 10.871 123.52
12 Randy Christy, Sr. Granite City IL 04 Corvette 346 Chevy 10.935 126.27
13 Chad Barton Hillsboro MO 01 Corvette 346 Chevy 11.230 137.85
14 Greg Boschert St. Louis MO 66 Mustang 331 Ford 11.302 130.48
15 Corey Stephens St. Charles MO 88 Mustang 351 Ford 11.304 120.55
16 David Reeves Pontoon Beach IL 89 Mustang 347 Ford 11.423 127.61


Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle R.T. ET MPH

W Tim Mallicoat, Collinsville, IL 68 565 Camaro 0.155 8.674 157.91
RU Phil Reichardt, Festus, MO 67 400 Camaro 0.020 9.304 125.81

To cap the most incredible individual season performance in the history of the Street Car Shootout Series at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Illinois, Tim “Moose” Mallicoat achieved more records en route to securing his third consecutive season championship. Appearing in an unprecedented fiftieth final round, Mallicoat’s M&M Automotive/Dale Huff Motorsports “Hellraiser” 1968 Camaro won a record eighteenth title of the 2009 season while emerging victorious in a race for which he was the decided underdog. Earlier, Mallicoat earned a record fortieth pole qualifying position but stole the event victory in one of the most spectacular battles in the six-year history of the series.

The last event of the season broke records in its own right. After rain washed out the next-to-last SCSS event on both Tuesday, October 13th, and Wednesday, October 14th, the largest field of entries ever for SCSS competition flooded the GIR pit area with over three hundred twenty machines. However, late season oildowns, starting line breakage and the only incident of guardwall contact during the entire 2009 Tuesday night season, (by Wonel Brown’s eight-second 1978 Pontiac Grand Prix), kept SCSS entries to only two qualifying sessions although a total of four timed trial sessions were presented when GIR Drag Racing manager Rich Schaefer elected to “run long” by over an hour, completing the event just before midnight.

Almost perfect weather conditions found the corrected elevation at 1207 feet above sea level when qualifying began but, as cold air moved in and the barometric pressure rose, the altitude plummeted to only 200 feet above sea level during the final rounds! The track temperature, which started at 85 degrees, dropped to 60 degrees by finals time which made finding traction a tricky proposition for some while other racers had far more than they needed. It was amazing closure to the 2009 SCSS season.

The quickest run of the first qualifying period was an important one. Curtis Paulfrey’s Winner’s Circle Tire and Auto 502-inch naturally-aspirated ’68 Camaro duplicated its October 6th qualifying best of 10.10 seconds, (at a near-best 135.84 miles per hour), to earn a position in the Super Sixteen field and, with the points awarded, secured a second place season finish in the SCSS championship behind Mallicoat. The fact that Paulfrey’s work schedule, (juggling three jobs), kept him from remaining at the track for eliminations during all but a handful of events proved his determination. Mallicoat’s black Chevy made its first appearance in the second qualifying period, streaking to an 8.59/158.48 early in the session to grab the low qualifying position. It was four-time SCSS finalist Phil Reichardt, however, who instantly took over the favorite’s role with his purple Phine Designs Auto Accessories-backed 1967 Camaro SS.

At the wheel of the quickest smallblock Chevy ever to compete in the SCSS, Reichardt had fallen to Mallicoat in every final round appearance he’d made including his last meeting with “Moose” during the final event of 2007. On his only qualifying attempt, Reichardt followed Mallicoat by only three pairs and pushed his wheelstanding, nitrous-aided 400-cubic inch Chevy to a 1.28-second launch in the first sixty feet, (one hundredth quicker than “Moose”), and then murdered Mallicoat’s eighth-mile clocking of 5.50/127.78 with a blazing 5.30/132.69! Reichardt shut down the smallblock well ahead of the finish line and coasted to an 8.91 at only 115.92 mph for the second qualifying slot.

Kevin Autenrieth‘s 434-inch nitrous smallblock-powered ‘91 S-10 pickup, holder of both ends of the SCSS Truck Records, rocketed to an amazing 1.25-second “sixty” and reeled off a brilliant 8.95/148.58 for third. Also on hand was the 178.71 mph SCSS Record-holding orange 1969 Yenko Chevy Nova of Mark “Woody” Woodruff; on a tire-frying qualifier, “Woody” feathered the throttle of his 706-inch nitrous-fed Charlie Buck powerplant to a 9.41 at a booming 161.96 mph but held on to the fourth spot in the Super Sixteen field.

When the qualifiers were called to report in front of the main grandstands for eliminations, Autenrieth made the decision to compete in both the SCSS and the Super Truck Showdown for the third straight week. However, Woodruff was unsure if the falling track temperatures would offer suitable traction and elected to sit out eliminations. That allowed Ray Arthur, whose R&R Towing-sponsored “Suspicion” ‘67 Camaro had barely managed to stay in its own lane on a wild, wheelstanding 9.76/149.17 qualifier, to be inserted as an alternate.

Ironically, the semi-final pairings pitted Mallicoat against Autenrieth’s truck for the third straight event. In the opening battle, Mallicoat grabbed a holeshot of more than a tenth of a second and, despite the S-10’s quicker “sixty”, remained ahead for the entire match while clocking the “Hellraiser” Camaro’s second-quickest run ever, (8.57), and its fastest speed yet, (159.34), in trouncing Autenrieth’s tremendous 8.89/149.22. Arthur’s Camaro again got squirrelly in a violent wheelstand while Reichardt’s Chevy fought for traction and then broke away from the red ”Suspicion” machine. Reichardt again chose to shut off before the finish line and barely stayed ahead with a 9.27/119.04 to Arthur’s charging 9.40/150.77. With Arthur’s holeshot, the race was one of the closest of the SCSS season with a true win-margin of only twenty-one thousandths of a second3.81 feet!

Noticeably concerned before the final round, Mallicoat knew Reichardt was capable of overpowering the winningest car in series history. Although he seldom needed one, “Moose” also knew a holeshot would be imperative and “Moose“ is capable of getting one; Mallicoat nailed a perfect 0.000 Reaction Time during the April 15th event. As the two drivers prepared their mounts in front of the main grandstands, Reichardt seemed confident. If the smallblock Camaro could hook up, it might be able to deal Mallicoat only his second loss of the season.

When the two staged for the title bout, Mallicoat surprised many by staging last. The holeshot he hoped for was not to be, however. Reichardt left the starting line twenty thousandths of a second after the green light and immediately put Mallicoat thirteen hundredths behind. The nitrous smallblock put its front tires in the air and began pulling away from “Moose” with one small problem. The front tires went higher and higher and higher and higher until, eighty feet from the starting line, the purple Camaro was dragging the parachute pack on the GIR concrete! Reichardt lifted for a split second, brought the front end back to earth at the one hundred fifty feet-mark and resumed the pass with an amazing driving job…only to find Mallicoat out on front by a quarter-second at three hundred thirty feet. Reichardt continued the pursuit until there was no hope of catching the champion, lifting off the throttle entirely at one thousand feet. Mallicoat sashayed his way to an 8.67/157.91 on the cooling track, well ahead of Reichardt’s slowing 9.30/125.81.

“Hell, YES, I saw it!”, said a relieved Mallicoat when asked if he knew what was going on in Reichardt’s lane. “He was WAY out in front of me and, being in the right lane, all I had to do was look over and I saw that thing straight up and down! I figured he must’ve have lifted because, all of sudden, he wasn‘t there anymore but there was no way I was gonna lift and let him back around me. That’s a powerful little car and I know those guys can put down some numbers. The track was gettin’ really cold and I was skatin’ around down there but I kept my foot planted and just kept steerin’ it. No way was I givin’ it back”. As the trophy presentations in front of the main grandstand continued, Mallicoat reflected on the season and his forty-third win. “It’s been an amazing year. There were some races I shouldn’t have won but there were a lot more where we were really on our game. Dale Huff and M&M Motorsports know I come out here to win and we really worked on the car’s consistency this year. That probably won more races than my driving! Wise Speed Shop helped us a bunch, too. To finish the year with only one round loss is something that may never happen again. I’m proud of that”.

As a bonus to this week’s report, enjoy this exceptional highlight video of the October 20th SCSS event produced by Darin Myhre of Lethal1320.com by clicking HERE.

NOTES FROM THE SCSS: …A total of 152 different drivers earned points, (and Fastest Street Car qualifier decals), during the 2009 season…Ray Arthur, who spent the season swapping between his “Suspicion” ‘67 Camaro and his “S-10 Revenge” smallblock pickup, finished in third place in the season championship……Greg “Hook-N-Ladder” Boschert locked up fourth in the point standings but the St. Louis fireman was even happier after he put his nitrous-aided smallblock Ford-powered ’66 Mustang coupe through the traps on eight inch-wide D.O.T. rubber at over 130 mph; an off-pace 11.30 was coupled to a 130.48 mph top end…Had a third qualifying session been held, the Super Sixteen “bump spot” would’ve been far quicker than 11.42...For the first time since May 20th, 2008, Laurence Bass qualified for the field. The first SCSS Season Champion in 2004, Bass has spent his time building a house and revamping his Vortech supercharged 306-inch ‘88 Mustang, which clocked a 9.93/152.81 best. Bass also became the fifty-seventh member of the SCSS 9-Second Club and the twenty-sixth member of the 150 MPH Club…Another racer whose has roots in the first season of SCSS racing, five-time finalist Derrick Roeslein, ran 10.31/130.33 in his silver, naturally-aspirated 383-inch 2002 Camaro…Chad Barton unleashed an amazing run in his renowned 2001 Z06 Corvette, clocking 11.23 at an astounding 137.85 mph!Randy Christy, Sr., who was the first to set the SCSS records in the nines and over 140 mph five years ago, put his 2004 Corvette in the show at 10.93/126.27...Corey Stephens qualified for the second time this season but did it with a best-ever 11.30/120.55 in his 351 Cleveland-powered ’88 Mustang backed by Fessler Racing Engines and Midwest TrailerDavid Reeves also got into the Super Sixteen for the second time in ’09 even with problems on both runs; his ’89 302 Mustang spun furiously on it second pass to run 12.11/127.61 but his first pass was aborted early after a best-ever 7.14/106.89 eighth-mile. He still coasted through at 11.42/98.36 to grab the sixteenth spot! He took a late timed trial and hit an even quicker 11.23/119.42…Two big fan favorites were Colin Davis and his immaculate 401-powered ‘68 AMC AMX, whose the Rambler just missed qualifying with an 11.62/118.82 best, and Jim Landis, whose wheelstanding, four speed-equipped, naturally-aspirated 420-inch Rambler-powered ‘80 AMX was restricted to a single late timed trial effort of 9.63/142.48…Brad Francis also just missed the field with a best-ever 11.71/113.75 from his Certified Performance-backed LT1-powered ’79 Monte Carlo…Gary Carter’s wild black 406 smallblock-powered ’79 C10 pickup basted out a career-best 10.87 at 123.52 mph to become the 250th member of the SCSS 120 MPH Club. Three others, (Corey Stephens, Tiam Li and Robert Stiegemeier) also made the 120 Club…Carter and Christy became the 142nd and 143rd members of the 10-Second Club…Joe Rudy missed the final qualifying session in his yellow nitrous-aided 454-inch ‘69 Camaro; a best-ever “all motor” pass during late timed trials of 9.78/139.10 was followed by an incredible 8.75/152.80 career-best…Two-time 2009 Super Truck Showdown winner Pat McNeish swore after October 6th runner-up to Kevin Autenrieth that he‘d return with a nitrous oxide system on his Performance Parts Plus-sponsored 555-inch ‘86 Silverado in an attempt to better his 9.65/138.86 career-best. He kept his word even though he arrived too late to make a qualifying attempt. In late timed trials, he staged the black beast and pounded out a 9.17/148.20!…Tracy Evans was another driver too late into the lanes for the last qualifying session but he unleashed a best-ever 9.97 at only 128.37 mph from his LT1-powered ‘95 Camaro in late timed trials…Isaac St. Clair, who hasn’t arrived early enough for qualifying since Labor Day, blasted out a best-ever 10.68/129.35 in his 400-inch ‘72 Chevelle in late timed trials…Justin Eatherton’s gorgeous 470-inch ‘72 Buick Skylark Gran Sport hit an amazing 11.55/117.42 after qualifying concluded…A big shock was the late timed trial effort by John Wilmester and his 2004 Pontiac GTO at 10.84/126.72!…The 2009 Street Car Shootout Series is officially concluded. Along with keeping abreast of the news for the 2010 season at GatewayRaceway.com, you can keep tabs on things via a brand-new website, St. Louis Drag Racing.com, which was just launched. On behalf of Bret Kepner Photos.com, I’d like to thank everybody for a fantastic season and I’ll look forward to seeing you all in March, 2010!


Pos Points Name Hometown ST Vehicle Engine

1 (151) Tim Mallicoat Collinsville IL 68 Camaro 565 Chevy
2 (107) Curtis Paulfrey Brighton IL 68 Camaro 502 Chevy
3 (101) Raymond Arthur Edwardsville IL 67 Camaro 496 Chevy
4 (65) Greg Boschert St. Louis MO 66 Mustang 331 Ford
5 (43) Don Moore Pontoon Beach IL 91 S-10 355 Chevy
6 (40) Orson Johnson House Springs MO 99 Mustang 281 Ford
7 (36) Kevin Autenrieth Bethalto IL 91 S-10 434 Chevy
8 (35) John Brawley Granite City IL 93 S-10 355 Chevy
9 (25) Pat McNeish Granite City IL 86 Silverado 555 Chevy
10 (23) Jon Huber St. Louis MO 79 Mustang 178 Ford

NOTE: Points toward the 2009 Street Car Shootout Series Season Championship are awarded on the basis of five (5) points for qualifying in the Super Sixteen field with one (1) bonus point awarded for qualifying in the top four positions. One (1) additional point is earned for each round win during eliminations. Ties are broken by (1) the earliest date upon which the final point total is earned, (2) quickest elapsed time recorded during the current SCSS season and (3) fastest speed recorded during the current SCSS season.


Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle R.T. ET MPH

W Jon Huber, St. Louis, MO 79 178 Mustang 0.967 9.644 151.92
RU David Neibert, St. Charles, MO 91 232 Thunderbird 0.005 11.740 118.59

It sounds incredible but it’s true. Jon Huber, whose turbocharged four-cylinder 1979 Mustang may be one of the most incredible street-driven machines anywhere on the planet, finally won an event in the St. Louis Street Racing.com Sport Tuner Showdown! Although his astonishing Ford is more than a half-second quicker and ten miles per hour faster than any other vehicle to ever enter the class, Huber has never had very good luck when it came to winning the Sport Tuner trophy. Finally, that’s all over.

Jon Huber is a regular attendee of the STSS series. In fact, his first victory vaulted him into the Top Ten point standings for the 2009 Street Car Shootout Series and made him the highest point-earning Tuner pilot of the season. The 178-cubic inch four-banger usually qualifies in the top four positions of the Super Sixteen field, and has never failed to lead the Sport Tuner qualifiers when he appears. However, Huber often parks the silver Mustang before eliminations after testing new parts on the car. In the few instances in which he remained in competition, breakage and redlight starts have foiled the St. Louisan’s shot at victory.

Acknowledged by race fans, (and most racing publications), as a technological wonder, Huber’s homebuilt Ford is a product of his family’s Huber Performance shop. Renowned for its dominance of Hot Rod Magazine’s annual Drag Week competition in which the diminutive Mustang has towed a trailer for 1700 miles and still clocked nine-second, 140 mph runs over a five-day period, Huber has reset the STSS Four-Cylinder Elapsed Time Record no less than five times since 2006 and topped the Speed Record for the class three times in the past three seasons. His current marks of 9.03 seconds, 152.16 miles per hour still stand after more than a full season.

Huber’s qualifying effort set no records but displayed his exceptional driving ability as he “pedaled” his way out of a wheelstand and still clocked a 9.84 at 141.71 mph. The real battle was for the second qualifying spot and a place in the championship round alongside Huber. That war featured two past STSS winners, David Neibert and Kurt Kreisz, in a match of 232-cubic inch V6-powered Ford Thunderbird Super Coupes. Neibert’s nuclear-white version barely knocked Kreisz’s dark blue entry out of the berth with a best of 11.89/117.08 to Kreisz’s 11.90/115.56. The remaining entries in the Top Five Tuner field, (the quickest of the season), included Tiam Mi’s amazing best-ever 12.05/122.28 from his turbocharged four-cylinder All-Wheel-Drive 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse and Cliff Hughes, whose turbocharged 231-inch V6 Buick Regal clocked a best of 12.15/113.77.

Neibert and Kreisz were hoping for a showdown to entertain their fans at Thunderbird Underground and they had every right to believe Huber would decline to compete. For the first time since the final event of 2007, however, Huber pulled in front of the main grandstands when the finalists were called to report. Neibert did everything in his power to hold off the Mustang, hitting a phenomenal 0.005-second Reaction Time which equated to almost a one-second holeshot! Moreover, Huber found traction lacking and the turbo four began spinning furiously off the starting line. Once he deftly throttled the car to hook up, Huber marched past the Super Coupe at the eighth-mile and dropped Neibert’s great 11.74/118.69 with a 9.64 at a stunning 151.92 mph, just shy of his two-year-old speed record.

“I just felt like racing tonight!”, said a grinning Huber as he accepted his first STSS winner trophy. “Normally, I come out to make runs and get a feel for changes we’ve made to the car. I had it pretty hopped up for the final but the track cooled down more than I expected. Still, it ran pretty strong on the top end. Everybody seems to like it when we run. The crowd’s always real good to us here. I just like having fun with the car!”.


Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle R.T. ET MPH

W Kevin Autenrieth, Bethalto, IL 91 434 S-10 0.176 8.917 148.92
RU Rick McCarter, Desoto, MO 92 414 S-15 -0.005 (foul) 10.520 130.10

Since his record-setting performances of September 15th, Kevin Autenrieth has been unstoppable in his Lowe Performance 434-inch nitrous oxide-injected smallblock Chevy-powered S-10 pickup. The Illini truck star finished the season again running two different categories simultaneously while scoring his fifth victory in six events in the GatewayRaceway.com Super Truck Showdown.

Having perfected amazingly quick 1.25-second sixty-feet elapsed times and smooth-as-silk wheelstands, Autenrieth made his initial 8.95/148.58 qualifying effort look easy. The orange Chevy’s brutal 8.89/149.22 in the opening round of eliminations for the Street Car Shootout Series was even more impressive, missing its own Truck ET and Speed Records by only nine thousandths of a second and 1.51 miles per hour.

The huge crowd of over three hundred entries at the season-ending event actually had an effect on the qualifying results. Rick McCarter, whose GMC Sonoma won its first Super Truck title on June 30th, was actually in the second pair of vehicles during the first qualifying session; his unique naturally-aspirated Steve Morley-built 414-inch small block, complete with a single 4-bbl carburetor and 18-degree NASCAR cylinder heads, hit a best-ever 10.53/130.18 to become the eightieth member of the SCSS 130 MPH Club. Behind McCarter at the conclusion of qualifying was Gary Carter’s black 406 smallblock-powered ’79 C10 pickup at a career-best 10.87/123.52 and Don Moore, whose Morgan Motorsports smallblock ‘91 S-10 ran a best of 11.99/110.91 during qualifying but returned to hit a 10.68/123.35 in late timed trials. Interestingly, Moore’s six final round appearances and numerous Super Sixteen qualifying efforts made him the highest point-earning Super Truck racer of the year among a record four trucks which made the final Top Ten point positions! Arriving too late to run in the final qualifying session was Pat McNeish, whose Performance Parts Plus-sponsored 555-inch ‘86 Silverado appeared with nitrous oxide for the first time, (as he promised after his October 6th runner-up to Autenrieth), and hit a wild 9.17/148.20 after qualifying had ended!

McCarter got an extra timed trial after qualifying, as well, hitting a consistent 10.56/129.98 in the same machine in which he’d driven sixty miles to the track. In the final battle, McCarter pushed for a holeshot but came up five thousandths of a second red. His best-ever 10.52/130.10 was still overcome by Autenrieth’s 8.91/148.92. “The truck pretty much does what we want now”, said an obviously satisfied Autenrieth during winner’s circle ceremonies. “Even though we got a late start, there’s not much else we could’ve accomplished this year. It’s truly a blast to drive the truck when you know how it’s going to respond. I really couldn’t be happier”.

Photos of the October 20th Street Car Shootout Series event are now available for viewing at Bret Kepner Photos.com.


Tim “Moose” Mallicoat, Collinsville, IL 1968 565 Camaro


Phil Reichardt, Festus, MO 1967 400 Camaro


Jon Huber, St. Louis, MO 1979 178 Mustang


David Neibert, St. Charles, MO 1991 232 Thunderbird


Kevin Autenrieth, Bethalto, IL 1991 434 S-10


Rick McCarter, Desoto, MO 1992 414 S-15 Sonoma