For the last four years, hundreds of LS-powered vehicles have converged on Beech Bend Raceway, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, for Holley’s LS Fest. One of the most fun race events in the country, LS Fest plays host to a gambit of events from drag racing, autocross, and drifting to a swap meet, engine swap challenge, and countryside cruise. It is also the location of Truckin magazine’s East Coast THROWDOWN. For this year, Nitto Tire stepped up and was the title sponsor for the event. This meant that not only did the lucky competitors get to compete in one of the fastest, most exciting, and most tire smoke-filled truck events of the year, but they each got a set of Nitto tires to achieve the highest level of performance.

Each year, Holley invites us out to be a part of their annual event and we hit the magazine, Facebook, and the forums looking for competitors that are willing to come out and beat on their trucks. This year, we selected 12 lucky guys to bring their trucks out and compete. The only requirement is, obviously, that the vehicle be LS-powered. Just like it is every year, guys were scrambling last minute to get their trucks ready and one of the competitors grenaded his transmission on the dyno. Down to eleven competitors, we were determined to make it the best year yet. Luckily for us, we had a great group of guys who weren’t afraid to beat on their trucks in pursuit of the grand prize, a laser-cut trophy built by our friends at ShowTime Metal Works in Austin, Texas. We also had runner-up prizes including gloves from Iron Clad, detailing kits from Meguiar’s, cases of oil from Royal Purple, gift certificates from DJM, and signs and neon clocks from Holley. Needless to say, if you came out and competed, you went away with a smile on your face.

The Events

Just like our other THROWDOWN events, points were awarded through several competitions and this determined the winner. This year we had a total of six contests that were scored: autocross, 3S challenge, slalom, and for the dragstrip, we evaluated reaction time, trap speed, and elapsed time down Beech Bend’s quarter-mile.

Our first event was the autocross, which was held right after lunch on Friday, September 6. The competitors in our field were split with some guys having experience throwing their trucks around an autocross course and other guys who were more comfortable only going in a straight line. Fortunately, the autocross isn’t difficult to master, but you really have to have a feel for your truck.

That night, after having a chance to make their trucks ready, the THROWDOWN entrants met at the dragstrip for their chance to be the fastest truck down the 1320. This is one of the most popular events and many of the guys in our group participate in the drag racing for LS Fest points as well as THROWDOWN points. This year we split up the drag racing event into three categories: reaction time, trap speed, and elapsed time. This gave the guys with slower trucks or guys not used to pro drag trees a chance to score some extra points.

The next afternoon, we were scheduled to be down at the end of the dragstrip to hold our slalom event. The slalom consists of six cones spaced 100 feet apart and the competitors slither through them as fast as possible. This one is a bit sketchy since we are between the walls of the dragstrip and an errant truck has the chance of smacking a wall. After a practice pass and three timed passes, we were getting ready for the last event of the weekend.

Sunday morning was slated for the 3S challenge. A new event for this year, the 3S challenge stood for speed, stop, & steer. If you combined the drag event, the slalom event, and a stop-box–style event, you would get the 3S challenge. Racers faced off head-to-head racing down to a 180-degree turn then entering a quick, three-cone slalom, and finishing in a stop box. This was a fast-paced, bald-spot creating heck of a time.

After the tire smoke had settled and the points were tallied, we realized we had a close fight. Continue reading to get a breakdown of each truck in the competition and see who came out on top of the 2013 Truckin magazine THROWDOWN Presented by Nitto Tire. For more photos from the event, head over to truckin.com and for more information about next year’s event visit holley.com/lsfest.

11th Place – Weakest Link

Autocross: 44.43 sec
Quarter-Mile: 33.06 @ 20.82 mph
3S Challenge: DNF
Slalom: DNF

A veteran of the THROWDOWN at LS Fest event, Kyle Feebeck, from Falmouth Kentucky, came out for the third year in a row. This time, he brought out an ’03 S-10 that had been Plasti-Dipped bright orange the week before. After placing Fifth then Second in the last two THROWDOWN events, we had high hopes for Kyle. That was until his first trip down the dragstrip ended with the factory GM locker throwing a pin and coming apart inside the pumpkin. Apparently the built 6.0L put down too much power and found the weak link in the drivetrain. With his truck back on the trailer, Kyle finished up the weekend enjoying some refreshing beverages and watching his friends throw their trucks around the track.

The autocross was the only event that Kyle finished before his rearend went kaput. That didn’t matter, he still had a blast cheering on the rest of his buddies that were competing in the event.


2003 Chevy S-10
Owner and City/State: Kyle Feebeck • Falmouth, Kentucky
Engine
Type: 6.0L
Heads: Ported and polished 243cc heads
Cam: Comp Cams 224/228 duration .580/.580 lift
Induction: LS6 intake
Exhaust: Custom shorty headers
Cooling: Electric fans
Fuel System: Nitrous Express 150 wet shot
Engine Management: Custom tune from Bluecat Tuning
Output: 520 rwhp and 500 rwtq (est. on spray)
Built by: GLR Performance
Drivetrain
Transmission: 4L60e with Edge Racing 3400 torque converter
Rearend: 10-bolt with G80 posi unit
Chassis
Front suspension: 3-inch Belltech drop
Rear suspension: 5-inch Belltech drop
Brakes: Stock
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Stock Corvette Z06 wheels
Tires: Nitto NT-05 (f) 255/40ZR17 (r) 315/35ZR17



10th Place – Smokin’

Autocross: 44.39 sec
Quarter-Mile: 14.63 @ 88.86 mph
3S Challenge: 17.47 sec
Slalom: 8.92 sec

We always keep a couple slots open in our THROWDOWN registration for entries that we handpick upon arriving at LS Fest. This year, Jake Minor and his ’97 C/K were selected to compete. The thing that drew us to this truck was the charred fender. We found out that the truck had burnt to the ground and that was the last surviving piece. After signing the requisite paperwork, Jake was ready to compete. Unfortunately, it seemed that sometimes just because a truck has all of the boxes checked doesn’t mean the driver will be able to handle it. Coming in near last in five out of the six scored categories left Jake in Tenth Place. That didn’t mean he didn’t have a blast. After each event, you couldn’t beat the smile off Jake’s face.

The story behind the crispy fender on this truck is that the truck burned to the ground and Jake decided to build it again, incorporating the last remaining piece of the charred wreckage.


1997 Chevy C1500
Owner and City/State: Jake Minor • Big Lake, Minnesota
Engine
Type: 5.7L LM7 bored to 331ci
Heads: Ported and polished
Cam: Lunati Voodoo 228/228 duration, .565/.565 lift
Induction: Edelbrock Pro-Flo XT intake, Edelbrock 90mm throttle body
Exhaust: Schoenfeld long-tube headers, dual 3-inch exhaust with Thrush welded mufflers
Cooling: Be Cool aluminum radiator with electric fans
Fuel System: 42-pound injectors, Edelbrock Pro-Flo fuel rails, Walbro 255 fuel pump
Ignition: Stock 5.3L
Engine Management: Stock 5.3 computer, PSI wiring harness, tuned with EFI Live
Output: 400 rwhp (est)
Built by: Owner
Drivetrain
Transmission: TH-350, B&M shift kit, manual valvebody
Rearend: 8.5-inch 10-bolt
Chassis
Front suspension: DJM tubular upper control arms, DJM 3-inch drop tubular lower control arms, Belltech 2-inch drop spindles, 1-inch drop springs, QA1 R series adjustable shocks, Belltech sway bar, Energy suspension poly bushings
Rear suspension: Modified Ridetech triangulated four-link, QA1 Proma Star dual adjustable coilovers, No Limit engineering sway bar, Energy suspension poly bushings
Brakes: Front stock disc brakes, rear Impala SS disc brakes, SSBC adjustable proportioning valve
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 19x9 TSW Jamara
Tires: Nitto NT-05 (f) 245/45ZR19 (r) 275/35ZR19



9th Place – Slick Stepside

Autocross: 49.26 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.82 @ 105.14 mph
3S Challenge: 17.29 sec
Slalom: 9.02 sec

Since its first year in 2010, LS Fest has grown exponentially every year. And every year we have new guys compete in THROWDOWN. John Ashley of Eubank, Kentucky, was one of those guys this year. Having heard about the previous events, John contacted us and said he wanted to compete in his ’03 Chevy Stepside. Relatively basic mods kept John uncompetitive throughout the event. Coming in Fifth Place in reaction time and elapsed time were John’s saving grace. Even with super sticky Nitto NT-05s, John couldn’t muster any better than Tenth Place in the autocross and slalom. A little tuning and some practice will shed seconds off of John’s times and bring him closer to the top of the pack next year.

John was one of the guys with little experience on anything other than a dragstrip. This was one of the reasons he placed towards the back of the pack.


2003 Chevy Silverado 1500
Owner and City/State: John Ashley • Eubank, Kentucky
Engine
Type: 5.7 LS1
Heads: LS6
Cam: Trick Flow Track Max 238/242 duration, .595/.595 lift
Induction: Custom-smoothed intake manifold, Spectre cold-air intake, ported throttle body
Exhaust: Pacesetter long-tube headers, DynaMax Bullet mufflers
Engine Management: Custom tune by Bluecat Tuning
Built by: Lucas Performance
Drivetrain
Transmission: TH-400 with Vigilante 4000 torque converter, TCI deep trans pan
Rearend: Stock with Detroit TruTrac and 4.10 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: 3-inch drop spindles and 2-inch drop springs, Competition Engineering shocks
Rear suspension: Flip kit, C-notch, Competition Engineering shocks
Brakes: Bosch rotors, Performance Friction carbon metallic pads
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 20-inch Silverado SS
Tires: Nitto NT-05 275/40R20



8th Place – Undercover

Autocross: 45.63 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.48 @ 111.07 mph
3S Challenge: 16.68 seconds
Slalom: 8.10 seconds

The only prerequisite of LS Fest is that the vehicle be LS powered. This means that you can watch a Copo Camaro drag down the 1320 against an LS–swapped Nissan 240SX or a Fox-body Mustang battle a Silverado in the autocross. This kind of diversity makes LS Fest like no other performance event in the nation. Take Travis Pitts’ Silverado for example, a stock-looking regular cab on a set of wheels. Little do you know it has a 70mm turbo, cam, and full custom tune. A Detroit TruTrac puts the power through both rear wheels. Two Fifth Place finishes and two Sixth Place finishes were clouded by a last place finish in the reaction time category. If it weren’t for falling asleep on the greens, Travis might have been in the Top Five.

You don’t see too many wheels larger than 20s at LS Fest, but Travis Pitts wasn’t afraid of getting his 22s up to speed and showing us what his turbocharged regular cab was made of.


2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Owner and City/State: Travis Pitts • Mount Olivet, Kentucky
Engine
Type: 4.8L
Heads: ARP head studs
Cam: Comps Cams turbo grind
Induction: Magnum 70mm turbo
Exhaust: Custom 3-inch with DynaMax Bullet mufflers
Cooling: 2006 Silverado radiator and electric fans
Fuel System: Lucas Performance dual feed sump fuel system
Engine Management: Custom tune by Bluecat
Output: 565 hp and 577 lb-ft of torque (flywheel)
Built by: Lucas Perfomance
Drivetrain
Transmission: 4L80e with Vigilante 3400 torque converter
Rearend: Stock with Detroit TruTrac and 4.10 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: Stock height
Rear suspension: 2-inch drop shackle
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 22x10-inch Akuza
Tires: Nitto NT-420S 305/40R22



7th Place – Two-Tone Terror

Autocross: DNF
Quarter-Mile: 11.43 @ 112.66 mph
3S Challenge: DNF
Slalom: 8.22 sec

Hailing from the sandy shores of Florida, Kenny Douglas brought his ’00 Silverado up to Bowling Green for a chance at racing some of the fastest trucks in the country. Being a drag racer on slicks meant that Kenny did well in the quarter-mile, posting up the fastest elapsed time and trap speed of the group. His weekend went down hill from there when a lean condition in his motor caused his #1 and #2 pistons to swell and contact the cylinder walls. Not wanting to blow anything up, Kenny missed two events and scored mid-pack in the slalom, which left him in Seventh Place overall. Next year should bring a better tune and faster times for the Florida boy.

Florida-boy Kenny had a hell of a time beating on his Silvy. That was until his engine started making some butt-puckering noises that caused Kenny to take it a bit easier on his truck. He still came in Seventh Place, which is good for his first time.


2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Owner and City/State: Kenny Douglas • Panama City Beach, Florida
Engine
Type: 370ci 6.0L
Heads: Ported LS1
Cam: CamMotion 223/229 duration, .576/.558 lift
Induction: Kenne Bell 2.8L supercharger
Exhaust: Kooks 1⅞-inch to 2-inch stepped headers, custom 4-inch single exhaust with Magnaflow muffler
Cooling: GM 34-inch radiator, custom twin 16-inch electric fans controlled by PCM
Fuel System: Twin Walbro 255-lph fuel pumps, KB fuel block with stock regulator, Aeromotive fuel rails, Siemens 60 lb/hr injectors
Ignition: Stock COP, Taylor wires, NGK BR6EF plugs
Engine Management: Stock PCM tuned with HP Tuners
Output: 630 rwhp (est)
Built by: Weber Racing Engines and Owner
Drivetrain
Transmission: 4L80e with Transgo HD-2 shift kit and FTI 3400 torque converter
Rearend: 10-bolt with Eaton posi and 3.73 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: Hotchkis 2-inch drop coils, stock sway bar with poly bushings and endlinks, Rancho RS9000 single adjustable shocks
Rear suspension: Hotchkis 4-inch drop leafs, Hotchkis sway bar, relocated shock mounts with QA1 single adjustable shocks
Brakes: Hydroboost, (f) 2005 GM truck calipers, 13-inch EBC slotted rotors, Hawk HPS pads, (r) stock calipers, Brembo blank rotors, Hawk HPS pads
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 18x9½ Eagle 219
Tires: Nitto NT-05 295/45R18

6th Place – Hustlin’

Autocross: 48.85 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.20 @ 113.68 mph
3S Challenge: 18.07 sec
Slalom: 7.52 sec

Another drag racer that drove down in search of the riches that LS Fest had to offer was Robert Long and his ’03 Silverado. Running slicks all weekend gave Robert the advantage in the quarter-mile but caused him to suffer in the rest of the events. Coming in Second in elapsed time and trap speed provided Robert an early lead, but a Ninth Place finish in both autocross and the 3S challenge placed Robert squarely in Sixth Place overall. A change of tires might have been the best bet for Robert and might be something to think about for next year.


2003 Chevy Silverado 1500
Owner and City/State: Robert Long • Franklin, Indiana
Engine
Type: 6.0L LQ4
Heads: Land Speed Development Stage 2 243cc
Cam: Texas Speed custom grind cam 229/230 duration, .586/.598 lift
Induction: Volant cold-air intake
Exhaust: Custom 3-inch with DynaMax Bullet mufflers
Fuel System: Nitrous Express 150 shot, Deatschwerks 44-pound injectors
Output: 460 hp (est)
Built by: Owner
Drivetrain
Transmission: RPM Performance Stage 6 with 3600 torque converter
Rearend: Stock with Yukon Dura Grip and 4.56 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: 4-inch drop DJM control arms, DJM sway bar
Rear suspension: DJM flip kit
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Crager Soft 8 (f) 17x7 (r) 17x10
Tires: Nitto NT-05R 275/40R17 and 315/35R17



5th Place – Old Dog

Autocross: 39.75 sec
Quarter-Mile: 13.42 @ 104.59 mph
3S Challenge: 15.50 sec
Slalom: 8.48 sec

The oldest truck in our competition belongs to Duke Roddy of Gonzales, Louisiana. This is Duke’s second year participating in the event, and he did much better this year, landing in Fifth Place from Tenth Place last year. An LS3 swap this year gave the ’65 a much-needed boost in power. As opposed to the last couple of competitors, this Bow Tie is built with handling in mind rather than straight-line speed, so better times were posted in the autocross and 3S challenge. With a set of sticky drag slicks and a regeared rearend, Duke might have done better in the drag portion.

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but Duke proved that wrong. His ’65 proved that you don’t need the newest truck to have some fun.


1965 Chevy C10
Owner and City/State: Duke Roddy • Gonzales, Louisiana
Engine
Type: 6.2L LS3
Cam: Mast Motorosports cam
Induction: Holley high-rise intake
Exhaust: Hooker shorty headers
Engine Management:
Output: 450 rwhp (est)
Drivetrain
Transmission: Tremec T-56 six-speed
Rearend: 12-bolt with Posi and 3.73 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: CPP spindles, Ride Tech ’bags, Ride Tech shocks
Rear suspension: Ride Tech ’bags, Ride Tech shocks
Brakes: 13-inch Wilwood discs, six-piston front and four-piston rear
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: American Racing Torq Thrust 18x8 and 18x11
Tires: Nitto NT-05 (f) 245/40ZR18 (r) 295/35ZR18



4th Place (T) – Corvette With a Bed

Autocross: 43.55 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.96 @ 107.15 mph
3S Challenge: 15.37 sec
Slalom: 7.03 sec

Another first timer, Lance Piper, and his ’95 S-10 didn’t come to mess around. Lance brought his LS1–powered Chevy out. This thing pumps out over 325 hp, which got the little S-10 up to speed quick. With a lowered stance, traction bars, and wide, sticky Nittos, all that power was sure to make it to the ground. Lance scored high marks, including three podium appearances, in everything but quarter-mile elapsed time and trap speed. This was good enough to tie for Third Place and take home several prizes from his first THROWDOWN at LS Fest. All Lance needs is a little practice on a pro drag tree and he will be ready to race the big boys.


1995 Chevy S-10
Owner and City/State: Lance Piper • Dawsonville, Georgia
Engine
Type: 5.7L LS1
Heads: Factory
Cam: LsXperts custom grind
Induction: Factory LS1
Exhaust: Shorty headers
Fuel System: Walbro fuel pump
Engine Management: Current Performance harness, custom dyno tune by Charlie Hill at LSXperts
Output: 325 rwhp and 330 lb-ft of torque
Built by: LsXperts
Drivetrain
Transmission: 4L60e
Rearend: 10-bolt with G80 locker
Chassis
Front suspension: 3-inch Ground Force drop springs
Rear suspension: 3-inch drop leafs, 1-inch drop block, Slide-a-Link traction bars
Brakes: Factory
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 18x10-inch Corvette Z06 Speedlines
Tires: Nitto NT-05 (f) 275/40ZR18 and (r) 295/35ZR18



3rd Place (T) – Up and Comer

Autocross: 45.04 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.30 @ 110.55 mph
3S Challenge: 16.62 sec
Slalom: 7.22 sec

Also tied for Third Place is Matt Feltner, from Falmouth, Kentucky. Matt and his ’99 Sierra were participants in the 2012 THROWDOWN at LS Fest and came in Ninth Place. Having a blast the whole time, Matt knew that he had to make it to the 2013 event. After making several changes to his truck, Matt wanted to settle the score and beat his Ninth Place finish from the previous year. This time around Matt didn’t win any single event, but he didn’t have to. Three podium finishes and three other strong finishes ensured Matt scored enough points to take him to the top of the pack overall.


1999 GMC Sierra
Owner and City/State: Matt Feltner • Falmouth, Kentucky
Engine
Type: 5.3L V-8
Cam: 220/224 duration, .534/.534 lift
Induction: Edelbrock Pro-Flo XT intake
Exhaust: Pacesetter headers
Cooling: Camaro electric fan
Fuel System: Nitrous Express 150 shot, 32-pound injectors
Engine Management: Custom tune by Bluecat Tuning
Output: 440 rwhp (est)
Built by: GLR Performance and Lucas Performance
Drivetrain
Transmission: 4L80e with 3600 Vigilante torque converter
Rearend: 10-bolt with Eaton Posi and 4.56 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: 4-inch drop
Rear suspension: Flip kit
Brakes: Stock
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 20x9 Mazzi Blade
Tires: Nitto NT-05 275/40R20



2nd Place – First Time Charm

Autocross: 40.30 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.88 @ 113.43 mph
3S Challenge: 15.12 sec
Slalom: 7.18 sec

Brad Smith’s Sonoma was built for events like this, but that doesn’t mean it’s a trailer queen. Brad drove his truck over 500 miles one-way from Wisconsin to make the event. He also beat the snot out of it at the event. Brad pushed his way to a Second Place finish in the slalom and 3S challenge, and a Third Place slot in both the autocross and trap speed. These brought Brad in with a Silver finish, which is impressive for his first trip to LS Fest. We are sure that Brad will be back next year with a faster, more nimble truck with his eyes on Gold.

Passengers were allowed to ride along with competitors as long as they had a helmet. Brad used this to his advantage and let his buddy give him pointers throughout the weekend.


1997 GMC Sonoma
Owner and City/State: Brad Smith • Hartland, Wisconsin
Engine
Type: 5.7L LS1
Heads: PRC Stage 2.5 truck heads
Cam: TSP 224R
Induction: Edelbrock Pro-Flo XT intake, FAST 90mm throttle body
Exhaust: Stainless Works long-tube headers, 3-inch Magnaflow muffler
Cooling: Flex-a-Lite dual fans
Fuel System: Walbro 225 fuel pump, LS7 injectors
Ignition: Stock LS2
Engine Management: 4th Gen Camaro ECM with custom tune
Output: 423 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque
Built by: Brad Smith
Drivetrain
Transmission: Tremec T-56
Rearend: 8.5-inch from 2002 Blazer with TrueTrac and 3.73 gears
Chassis
Front suspension: Belltech 2-inch drop coils and 2-inch drop spindles, Hotchkis sway bar, tubular UCAs, Edelbrock shocks
Rear suspension:3-inch drop leafs, 1-inch drop blocks, Hotchkis sway bar, Edelbrock shocks, CalTracs
Brakes: C5 Corvette front calipers, Baer Eradispeed rotors with Hawk pads, stock Blazer rear discs
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Boyd Coddington Smoothie 2 18x8
Tires: (f) Nitto NT-555 245/40R18 (r) Nitto NT-05 275/35R18



1st Place – Fade to Black

Autocross: 39.52 sec
Quarter-Mile: 12.40 @ 112.84 mph
3S Challenge: 14.96 sec
Slalom: 7.34 sec

Attending the same event year after year has its benefits, like becoming familiar with the track and the competition. But for Jason Brady of Huntingburg, Indiana, it didn’t take several years to make his way to the top of the pack. That happened last year, at his first THROWDOWN, where he took home top honors. Well, this year, after several changes to his truck and some more practice, Jason again took home the title of THROWDOWN champion. Coming in first in reaction time, autocross, and the 3S challenge guaranteed Jason would be near the top. But he secured his spot at the top by doing well in the other three events as well. Jason has himself an award-winning truck that not only allowed him to win the 2013 THROWDOWN at LS Fest, but also kept him at the top of the overall competition, against Corvettes, Camaros, and GTOs.


1970 Chevy C10
Owner and City/State: Jason Brady • Huntingburg, Indiana
Engine
Type: 6.2L LS3
Heads: L92
Cam: Howard’s cam
Exhaust:3-inch custom headers by Cale Kern Hot Rods
Cooling: PRC radiator, with Jones Racing Drive
Fuel System: Aero Tech Laboratories fuel cell, Holley HP pump, Quick Fuel carburetor
Ignition: MSD LS2 box
Output: 500 rwhp, 490 lb-ft torque
Built by: Hilton Motorsports
Drivetrain
Transmission: Bowler Transmission 4L80e
Rearend: Winters quick change
Chassis
Front suspension: No Limit Engineering Wide Ride IFS, Ridetech TQ Coil-Overs, Custom spindles, Wilwood Wide 5 hubs
Rear suspension: No Limit Engineering Trailing arms, Ridetech TQ Coil-Overs
Brakes: Wilwood Ultra Lite six-piston front and four-piston rear
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Custom 18x11 Wide 5 aluminum wheels
Tires: Nitto NT-05 275/35ZR18


Throwddown Stats
Truck ¼-Mile Autocross Slalom 3S Challenge Total Points Earned
1st Jason Brady ’70 Chevy C10 12.40 @ 112.84 MPH Reaction Time: .067 seconds 39.52 seconds 7.34 seconds 14.96 seconds 57 (3 podiums)
2nd Brad Smith ’97 GMC Sonoma 12.88 @ 113.43 MPH Reaction Time: .237 seconds 40.30 seconds 7.18 seconds 15.12 seconds 47 (4 podiums)
3rd Matt Feltner ’99 GMC Sierra 12.30 @ 110.55 MPH Reaction Time: .075 seconds 45.04 seconds 7.22 seconds 16.62 seconds 46 (3 podiums)
4th Lance Piper ’95 Chevy S10 12.96 @ 107.15 MPH Reaction Time: .112 seconds 43.55 seconds 7.03 seconds 15.37 seconds 46 (3 podiums)
5th Duke Roddy ’65 Chevy C10 13.42 @ 104.59 MPH Reaction Time: .132 seconds 39.75 seconds 8.48 seconds 15.50 seconds 36 (1 podium)
6th Robert Long ’03 Chevy Silverado 12.20 @ 113.68 MPH Reaction Time: .364 seconds 48.85 seconds 7.52 seconds 18.07 seconds 35 (2 podiums)
7th Kenny Douglas ’00 Chevy Silverado 11.43 @ 112.66 MPH Reaction Time: .200 seconds DNF 8.22 seconds DNF 35 (2 podiums)
8th Travis Pitts ’02 Chevy Silverado 12.48 @ 111.07 MPH Reaction Time: .389 seconds 45.63 seconds 8.10 seconds 16.68 seconds 31 (0 podiums)
9th John Ashley ’03 Chevy Silverado 12.82 @ 105.14 MPH Reaction Time: .190 seconds 49.26 seconds 9.02 seconds 17.29 seconds 24 (0 podiums)
10th Jake Minor ’97 Chevy C1500 14.63 @ 88.86 MPH Reaction Time: .270 seconds 44.39 seconds 8.92 seconds 17.47 seconds 21 (0 podiums)
11th Kyle Feebeck ’03 Chevy S10 33.06 @ 20.82 MPH Reaction Time: .126 seconds 44.43 seconds DNF DNF 18 (0 podiums)

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