3/23/2010 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 St. Louis Drag Racing.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 01 03/23/2010

1 Tim Mallicoat, Jr. Collinsville IL 68 Camaro 565 Chevy 8.415 160.38
2 Daryl Jauernig St. Louis MO 89 Mustang 351 Ford 9.932 126.13
3 Curtis Paulfrey Brighton IL 68 Camaro 511 Chevy 9.958 135.97
4 Matt Dycus Mount Olive IL 79 Mustang 402 Ford 10.195 131.54
5 Raymond Arthur Edwardsville IL 67 Camaro 496 Chevy 10.613 141.45
6 Bill Kurrus Pevely MO 07 Corvette 364 Chevy 10.620 130.04
7 Mike Mester Valley Park MO 00 Firebird 402 Pont 10.698 126.27
8 Ben Craven St. Charles MO 06 Mustang 281 Ford 10.804 139.33
9 Justin Cox Highland IL 67 Mustang 521 Ford 10.827 123.92
10 Corey Stephens St. Charles MO 88 Mustang 351 Ford 11.037 122.03
11 John Brawley Granite City IL 93 S-10 355 Chevy 11.202 121.28
12 Tim Tosto Wentzville MO 98 Camaro 346 Chevy 11.820 119.93
13 Anoushin Monsouri Fenton MO 02 Camaro 346 Chevy 11.924 121.20
14 Chester Polak Florissant MO 95 Corvette 350 Chevy 12.022 113.43
15 Mark Yehling Granite City IL 97 Corvette 346 Chevy 12.100 113.09
16 Dan Harris St. Louis MO 04 Mustang 232 Ford 12.232 108.49


Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle R.T. ET MPH

W Raymond Arthur, Edwardsville, IL 67 555 Camaro 0.482 9.466 149.50
RU Tim Mallicoat, Jr., Collinsville, IL 68 565 Camaro Could Not Appear

It took sixty events to accomplish but veteran campaigner Ray Arthur opened the 2010 season of the Street Car Shootout Series at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Illinois, in the best possible fashion. After no less than eleven runners-up since his first final-round appearance on May 8th, 2007, the owner of R&R Towing in Edwardsville, Illinois, finally ended his almost agonizing quest for a SCSS victory by wheeling his renowned “Suspicion” 1967 Camaro into the winner’s circle for the first time.

To make the event even more special, John Brawley drove Arthur’s equally well-known “S-10 Revenge”p Chevy pickup to the first Super Truck Showdown trophy of the new year to earn a rare team “double”. While both qualified for the Super Sixteen field, (Brawley was the only truck pilot among the top sixteen qualifiers), Arthur made more history as one of only ten drivers to have ever won an SCSS event from an alternate position, becoming the first to do it since Scott Compton’s upset victory on October 14th, 2008. Ray posted another amazing statistic; by qualifying for the Super Sixteen field, he earned his sixty-first “Fastest Street Qualifier” decal to enter a three-way tie with class superstars Tim “Moose” Mallicoat and Tony Huff as the drivers who have qualified for the most SCSS events. By the end of the next event, Arthur could be the all-time qualifying leader of the seven year-old Street Car Shootout Series!

Ray Arthur has not been without wins on Tuesday nights at GIR. At the wheel of his S-10 pickup, he has earned four wins in five final rounds in Super Truck Showdown competition and Brawley has contributed another five wins in eleven finals for the team. Despite battling through forty elimination rounds in his career, however, Ray’s beloved red Camaro had fallen twice in final rounds to Huff and an incredible nine times in the championship round to the all-time king of the series, Mallicoat. In 2010, Ray’s drought finally ended.

The new season brought everything from a new marketing partner to a freshly-ground racing surface. The Street Car Shootout Series is now part of the NHRA Street Legal Drags presented by the American Automobile Association with both the NHRA and the AAA combining their talents to help promote the Tuesday night GIR program both regionally and nationally. The fabled Gateway quarter-mile had been resurfaced over the winter from the end of the concrete launch pads to the end of the shutdown area and had only recently been coated with a new NHRA-approved sealer which will facilitate quicker drying after rain storms while still retaining excellent adhesion. In the department of traction, the opening night of SCSS competition was chosen to test a brand-new traction compound created by VP Racing Fuels; the entire surface was sprayed with the “new glue” prior to and during the event with VP representatives on hand to supervise the test. As icing on the cake, fans and racers were greeted by sunny skies and seventy-degree weather with one of the lowest humidity readings in SCSS history, (24%!), creating a corrected elevation of 1126 feet above sea level when qualifying began which dropped to a mere forty-nine feet during the final rounds!

While the racing surface was as smooth as glass, the season-opener itself was a bit bumpy. No less than five major “oil downs” and multiple broken drivetrains, (due, in part, to what several racers called the “hardest-hooking starting line ever”), slowed the pace of the event. However, the gorgeous weather made the delays seem a bit more tolerable and full qualifying sessions were eventually completed without any schedule revisions. In the end, new machines, new teams and new drivers made for an interesting event in which fully fifty percent of the competitors battling in the final rounds were first-time finalists!

It was Bill Kurrus, the boisterous racer best known as “the Baron”, who opened qualifications with a bang. Kurrus’ stock-appearing white LS2-powered 2007 Corvette launched to brilliant 1.43-second sixty feet elapsed time without a hint of wheelspin on D.O.T. rubber and rocketed to a career-best 10.62-second quarter-mile at a booming 128.14 miles per hour to take the early qualifying lead. A familiar entry quickly changed the performance standard, however, when the infamous black 1968 Camaro of Tim “Moose” Mallicoat pulled to the starting line. Only a handful of fans noticed Mallicoat himself directing the Chevy to the starting line since “Moose” made good on his promise to put his eighteen year-old son, Tim Junior, behind the wheel for the 2010 season. Gaining his NHRA competition license at the end of 2009 and competing in the season-ending Outlaw All Stars event, “Little Moose” already had a feel for the M&M Automotive/Dale Huff Motorsports “Hellraiser” but when the naturally-aspirated 565-inch Chevy launched to a 1.23-second “sixty” on D.O.T. tires, he looked no different than his forty-three event-winning father. Proving the ancient drag racing adage that removing one hundred pounds results in a drop of one tenth of a second in the quarter-mile, “Little Moose” blasted his father’s normal mid-8.5-second pace with a tremendous 8.41 at a wild 160.38 mph!

Seven-year SCSS veteran “Dirty D” Daryl Jauernig’s black ‘89 Mustang joined the field with an early shut-off effort of 9.93/126.13 when the black Drag Radial-equipped Ford darted everywhere on the pass. Jauernig’s nitrous-assisted small block, which clocked runs deep into the eight-second zone in 2009, unloaded the rear tires at several points on the track during each of its runs. Matt Dycus pushed his 351 Windsor-powered ‘79 Mustang to an impressive 10.19/131.54 to qualify for the program on his only qualifying run. Curtis Paulfrey, the second-place SCSS point earner in 2009, debuted new lettering which banners his longtime sponsor, Winner’s Circle Tire and Auto, and a new 511-inch naturally-aspirated powerplant in his yellow ’68 Camaro. After opening with a 10.03/135.35, Paulfrey blasted to his first nine-second run in SCSS racing, a tremendous 9.958/135.97, with only two minutes remaining in the final qualifying session.

Ironically, Ray Arthur never broke into the top four positions in the Super Sixteen field. The nitrous-aided 555-inch “Suspicion” Camaro’s first qualifying attempt found Arthur hanging on as two huge wheelstands sent the car toward the centerline and, on its second effort, Arthur rode out another skyscraping launch before “pedaling” the throttle to an off-pace 10.61/141.45. When the qualifiers were called to report in front of the main grandstands for eliminations, however, there was a serious concern if three of the top four drivers would be unable to compete. Mallicoat’s sole qualifying shot was marked by a broken breather tube which oiled not only the engine compartment but the shutdown area of the track. Dycus encountered problems after his lone pass and could not return while Jauernig was more concerned with solving his traction problems than competing. Eventually, Mallicoat rolled in front of the stands ready to race and the first two alternates, Arthur and Kurrus, were eventually inserted into the field.

The semi-finals opened with Paulfrey continuing his incredible Reaction Time rampage by jumping to a huge advantage of seventeen hundredths of a second against Mallicoat’s beast but the black Chevy with the rookie driver quickly regained the lead and shot to an 8.57 at only 152.64 mph to stop Paulfrey’s great 9.98/136.47. However, the win light was obscured by a wall of white smoke behind Mallicoat’s Camaro for the second straight pass and, this time, it was serious. Just past the finish line, a wrist pin snapped inside the same 565 Chevy engine which took “Moose” Mallicoat to three consecutive SCSS season championships. Debris shot through the oil pan and lubricant coated the tires of the “Hellraiser” at 150 mph but the eighteen year-old kept the car under control and brought it to a safe stop. “I felt the engine break down there”, said young Mallicoat after the incident, “and it got loose in the oil almost instantly. I did my best to just keep it straight and not jerk the steering wheel around and finally got it stopped. There’s a hole in the oil pan but we won’t know how bad it really is until we get it apart. I’m just sorry I oiled the track again for everybody“. The senior Mallicoat was more than happy with his son’s ability to control the car. “He did good”, said a smiling “Moose”, “and that’s a tough way to learn. He got his initiation on that pass and he did what he was supposed to do”.

Meanwhile, both Kurrus and Arthur sat on the starting line ready for their semi-final pass and, when word filtered back to the starting line that Mallicoat was out of the running, both drivers realized the winner of their match would automatically become the first SCSS champion of the year. “As violent as this car has been tonight”, said Arthur in the Chevy’s cockpit as he waited through the clean-up, “my only job is to pace Bill’s Corvette and get to the finish line ahead of him without any drama”. Kurrus, meanwhile, had other problems. “I never expected to run in eliminations and the car is running on fumes. I just did my burnout and, if I have to do another one, I’m not sure I have enough gas to even get to the finish line on this run!”. After discussing the situation with GIR Chief Technical Inspector “Big Al” DeVan, fans were treated to the unusual sight of a fully-suited Kurrus refueling his Corvette on the starting line during the break in the action. After strapping back into his Corvette when action resumed, Kurrus put a massive holeshot of three tenths of a second on an over-cautious Arthur but, true to his word, the Camaro pilot used an easy launch and an even easier “nitrous button finger” to make up the difference with a great 9.30 at his second-fastest speed ever, 152.39 mph, to beat Kurrus’ consistent 10.79/128.69.

After an easy solo pass of 9.46/149.50 to secure his first SCSS event title, Ray was elated. “This is my fifth season doing this and I sure am glad I finally won one of these”, said Arthur during winner’s circle ceremonies in front of the main grandstand. After earning his first “Fastest Street Car Qualifier” decal on May 30th, 2006, with a 12.78/101.28 pass in the same historic Chevy which now has run a best of 8.91/152.59, Arthur has expended a tremendous amount of effort to win that first SCSS trophy. “It’s true I’ve spent a bunch of money in these five years”, admitted Arthur, “but I’ve made so many friends here and the car has so many fans that I can’t say I’d do anything different. I’ve learned a lot. I’ve become a better driver. But, most of all, I have a blast every Tuesday night!”.

Throughout the 2010 season, St. Louis Drag Racing.com will be presenting highlight videos of each week’s Street Car Shootout Series action produced by Darin Myhre of Lethal1320.com. To view the March 23rd SCSS event, simply click HERE.

NOTES FROM THE SCSS: There was plenty of carnage at the opening SCSS event for 2010. Along with multiple oildowns, longtime GIR competitor Mike Richter made wall contact just past the finish line with his red nine-second ‘74 Chevy Vega during testing, Although the car suffered damage, Richter was uninjured…The machine drawing the most attention during the event was easily the insane 2006 Mustang of Ben Craven. The white Ford, using a small 100 horsepower nitrous system on a 281-inch (4.6L) modular motor, clocked a best of 10.80 at an ungodly 139.33 mph while riding on eighteen-inch wheels with stock suspension components and burning 93-octane pump gasoline. Craven, the service manager at Pur Performance, eased the manually-shifted Mustang off the line on every pass and never really got aggressive with the car!…Along with his semi-final finish, Bill “Baron” Kurrus managed to become a member of the 130 MPH Club with a 10.63/130.04 qualifying effort from his IRS-equipped Corvette. He followed Matt Dycus and Craven into the Club as the eighty-third member, and he, Craven, Dycus and Justin Cox’s 521-inch ‘68 Mustang coupe boosted the number of Ten-Second Club members to one hundred forty-seven…With one hundred fifty pounds of dead weight out of the car, Tim “Little Moose” Mallicoat did something his dad was never able to do. The eighteen year-old put the “Hellraiser” ‘68 Camaro into the 160 MPH Club as the tenth member, supplanting his father’s career-best of 159.34 mph! He also became the eighteenth member of the Eight-Second Club…Mike Mester began his season early with his familiar white 2000 Trans Am; a best of 10.69/126.27 during qualifying was followed by his first “nitrous pass” of the year which found the Poncho going everywhere but straight…Cox and Anoushin Monsouri’s LS1-powered 2002 Camaro, (11.92/121.20), both entered the 120 MPH Club which now boasts two hunded fifty-five members. Monsouri eventually hit an 11.74/122.03 in late timed trials…Curtis Paulfrey remained the Reaction Time King of the SCSS with consecutive “bulbs” of 0.015, 0.020 and 0.027 during the event but admitted his work schedule may keep him from attending many SCSS events in 2010. “We went through an awful lot last year just to be here when I have to start work at 9:00 PM on Tuesdays. We will probably just concentrate on the Outlaw All Stars series this season”. Paulfrey became the fifty-eighth member of the Nine-Second Club during the event…Corey Stephens’ ’88 Mustang obliterated its previous career-best of 11.30/120.55 with an 11.03/122.03 in qualifying but then unloaded runs of 10.84/122.97 and 10.94/123.35 in timed trials after qualifying had concluded…After Daryl Jauernig pulled out of SCSS competition to sort out his finicky Ford, he finally got his wheelstanding Mustang working in late timed trials, clocking a shut-off 9.20 at only 112.98 mph which included a fantastic 1.31 “sixty” and a 5.54/128.95 eighth-mile…Tim Tosto qualified with a best-ever 11.82/119.93 from his sedate-appearing LS1-powered ‘98 Camaro but recorded an even quicker 11.62/119.54 in late timed trials…It was a good night for the Corvette contingent with no less than three models qualifying for the Super Sixteen field. Kurrus led Chet Polak’s solid black LT1-powered ‘95 version, (12.02/113.43), and Mark Yehling’s well-known all-white 346-powered ‘97 edition, (12.10/113.09)…The completely revised 2010 Gateway International Raceway Rules and Regulations are available at St. Louis Drag Racing.com by clicking HERE.


Pos Points Name Hometown ST Vehicle Engine

1 (7) Tim Mallicoat, Jr. Collinsville IL 68 Camaro 565 Chevy
2 (7) Raymond Arthur Edwardsville IL 67 Camaro 496 Chevy
3 (6) Daryl Jauernig St. Louis MO 89 Mustang 351 Ford
4 (6) Curtis Paulfrey Brighton IL 68 Camaro 511 Chevy
5 (6) Matt Dycus Mount Olive IL 79 Mustang 402 Ford
6 (5) Bill Kurrus Pevely MO 07 Corvette 364 Chevy
7 (5) Mike Mester Valley Park MO 00 Firebird 402 Pont
8 (5) Ben Craven St. Charles MO 06 Mustang 281 Ford
9 (5) Justin Cox Highland IL 67 Mustang 521 Ford
10 (5) Corey Stephens St. Charles MO 88 Mustang 351 Ford

NOTE: Points toward the 2010 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 Jordan Norman, Manchester, MO 04 148 Neon 0.467 14.186 100.75
RU Matt Parson, St. Peters, MO 00 97 Civic 0.430 16.114 86.82

New faces abounded in the initial battle of the 2010 St. Louis Street Racing.com Sport Tuner Showdown with two first-time finalists racing for the trophy. In fact, both winner and runner-up once again proved the value of staying at the track until the quickest qualifiers are called to report in front of the main grandstands for the championship dash.

Qualifying was led by a familiar name in a unfamiliar-looking machine. Dan “Iceman” Harris, the third-winningest driver in Sport Tuner Showdown history who dominated the 2009 season with a record twelve final round appearances, debuted a stunning new paint scheme on his “SixBang Stang” and led qualifying with a 12.23/108.49 from his nitrous oxide-assisted 232-cubic inch V6-powered 2004 Mustang. Determined to break into the eleven-second zone in 2010, Harris fell victim to the track’s exceptional bite on his second qualifying attempt when he broke the rearend in the Ford just off the starting line. Although the only Sport Tuner to qualify in the Super Sixteen field, Harris dropped out of action after the damage. Past event champion Brian Wallace qualified second in his red supercharged 2009 Chevy Cobalt SS with a 13.54 at a career-best 109.35 mph followed by the impressive 97-inch (1.6L) ’98 Honda Civic of Eric Jamison which hit a 13.99 best at an amazing 116.22 mph, the fourth fastest Honda pass ever in STSS competition. The rest of the field included Jordan Norman’s immaculate black turbocharged 2004 Dodge Neon SRT4, (14.13/101.22), and Todd Rinklin’s unusual front-wheel-drive ’95 Cadillac Seville with 280-inch NorthStar V8 power, (14.56/94.86).

Both Wallace and Jamison failed to appear for eliminations so fourth qualifier Jordan, a member of the area’s well-known St. Louis SRT.com web forum, took a position in the final round but an opponent was even harder to find. Eventually, Matt Parson brought his solid black 97-inch 2000 Honda Civic to the staging area after being called as ninth alternate for the final round. Having qualified with a best of 15.94/87.58, Parson was at a distinct disadvantage but was more than happy to earn a trophy, a free pass to another STSS event and a disc of photos just for sticking around.

In the title bout, Norman’s stock turbo four-cylinder Dodge easily handled the Honda with a consistent 14.18/100.75 while Parson slowed slightly to a 16.11/86.82. “This is very cool!”, said Norman during winner’s circle trophy presentations adding, “I didn’t expect to do this well but I was really happy with the way the car ran”. Parson was equally surprised. “My car’s just a naturally-aspirated 1.6L with a header and a little bit of intake work. It’s my daily driver but I had a great time with it!”.


Pos Name Hometown ST Vehicle R.T. ET MPH

W John Brawley, Granite City, IL 93 355 S-10 0.469 11.041 124.88
RU Randy Christy, Jr., Granite City, IL 99 408 Dakota -0.079 (foul) 12.714 108.74

John Brawley quickly became an important member of Ray Arthur’s R&R Towing racing operation when he signed on to drive the team’s “S-10 Revenge” in 2008. Since his first victory in the St. Louis Drag Racing.com Super Truck Showdown, on May 20th, 2008, he has gone on to appear in ten final rounds, (earning four victories), but, if he could have chosen an event at which to score his fifth win, it would’ve been 2010’s opening night. Brawley made even better the race in which Arthur finally won his first SCSS title by putting the team’s other machine alongside the boss in the winner’s circle.

Although the show-quality 355-inch pickup has run as quick as 9.49/143.08, Brawley “stayed off the nitrous button” to lead qualifying for the trucks with an 11.20/121.28 effort ahead of second-generation SCSS campaigner Randy Christy, Jr., whose yellow 408-inch Dodge Dakota ran a best of 12.44/109.57. The rest of the field included past Super Trucks finalist Matt Hamilton‘s grey supercharged 2004 Lightning, (12.90/105.46 just missing his career-bests of 12.87/105.89), Joel Neal’s impressive 372-inch Hemi-powered 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee, (a best-ever 13.15/103.33), and Cody Schwartz’s black low-rider 383-inch ‘95 S-10, (another career-best of 14.06/99.46).

Christy has spent a huge amount of his life on the GIR property. His father has competed at the track for thirty-five years and, piloting a street-driven yellow 540-inch ‘74 Chevy Vega in 2004, was the first SCSS racer in the nine-second zone and the first to break 140 mph. Randy Christy, Sr., earned three SCSS wins and then built an eleven-second ‘91 S-10 pickup and scored four more victories in the Super Truck division. Randy, Jr., has already put his Dakota deep into the elevens but pushed the ‘Tree in the final round in his first final round and redlighted by seventy-nine thousandths of a second to hand Brawley the season‘s first winner’s trophy at 11.04/124.88.

“We didn’t even have the nitrous hooked up tonight”, said Christy after the race. “We were just trying to get it tuned right without the bottle before we start leaning on it”. Brawley, however, was thrilled to be able to give Ray Arthur a “clean sweep” of the event. With ten wins in twenty-four final round appearances between the two drivers and the two vehicles, both were sporting broad smiles in the winner’s circle. “My work schedule may hold me back a bit again this year”, said Brawley, “but we can always say we won both classes on the first night. This was the best possible outcome for both of us. It doesn’t get much better than this!”.

Photos of the March 23rd Street Car Shootout Series event are now available for viewing at Bret Kepner Photos.com.

Ray Arthur, Edwardsville, IL 1967 555 Camaro

Tim “Little Moose” Mallicoat, Jr., Collinsville, IL 1968 565 Camaro

Jordan Norman, Manchester, MO 2004 148 Neon SRT-4

Matt Parson, St. Peters, MO 2000 97 Civic

John Brawley, Granite City, IL 1993 355 S-10

Randy Christy, Jr., Granite City, IL 1999 408 Dakota R/T