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2nd Annual Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge
An Invitation-Only Event To Prove Who's The Best
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2009 OPTIMA ULTIMATE STREET CAR
Bruce Cambern, '66 Cobra
Ryan Matthews, '69 Camaro
Mark Stielow, '69 Camaro
Steven Rupp, '68 Camaro
Kyle Tucker, '70 Camaro
BAER BRAKES SPEED STOP CHALLENGE (0-TO-60-TO-0)
Bruce Cambern, '66 Cobra, 6.7 seconds
Steven Rupp, '68 Camaro, 7.4 seconds
RIDETECH STREET CHALLENGE AUTOCROSS
Bruce Cambern, '66 Cobra, 39.5 seconds
Mary Pozzi, '73 Camaro, 43.4 seconds
BFGOODRICH HOT LAP CHALLENGE
Bruce Cambern, '66 Cobra, 1:46.8
Ryan Matthews, '69 Camaro, 1:47.5
SPEED BY SPECTRE DESIGN/BUILD CHALLENGE
Barry Blomquist, '62 Corvette
Josh Henning, '67 Chevelle
Mike Morrow from Spectre Performance brought out their famed '70 El Camino. Its biggest draw was the LS7 engine that's set back 16 inches for better weight distribution. It's backed by a T-56 transmission.
Mike Morrow from Spectre Performance brought out their famed '70 El Camino. Its biggest dr
Talk about raising the bar, the Fesler Moss '10 Camaro was something to see. While Fesler has three packages available, they brought out their full-tilt Limited Edition version driven by professional driver, Paul Tracy, in the exhibition class. This powerhouse featured adjustable coilover suspension by Pedders with front and rear sway bars, six-piston binders, and their exclusive line of 22-inch Fesler Moss wheels. This top-notch verison also comes with a supercharged LS9 engine. Interested? Their packages for the '10 Camaro start at $15,000.
Talk about raising the bar, the Fesler Moss '10 Camaro was something to see. While Fesler
Very familiar to the suspension market, Kyle and Stacy Tucker from Detroit Speed brought out their flawless pair of first- and second-gen Camaros. For the competition, there was no-holds-barred as both Camaros were fully fitted with their complete line of suspension. The '70 shown here competed on BFGoodrich KDW rubber and big Fikse wheels that attempted to shroud the Baer binders. Their '69 came to battle on a sticky set of BFGoodrich R1 rubber with a Mast Motorsports powerplant.
Very familiar to the suspension market, Kyle and Stacy Tucker from Detroit Speed brought o
Shown here in the 0-to-60-to-0 braking portion of the event, Charlie Lillards '69 Camaro was built by Mark Stielow and features an LS9 engine with ZR1 brakes. Underneath, an Art Morrison front subframe with C6 suspension up front and a DSE Quadra-Link system out back.
Shown here in the 0-to-60-to-0 braking portion of the event, Charlie Lillards '69 Camaro w
Is that a wagon? It sure is! Scott Parkhurst brought his 545hp, 383 powered '67 wagon out for competition. In the handling department, SC&C components up front included ATS "AFX" spindles and steering arms while Hotchkis suspension was selected out back. Parkhurst also used a Flaming River column and quick-ratio steering box.
Is that a wagon? It sure is! Scott Parkhurst brought his 545hp, 383 powered '67 wagon out
Displaying what amazing things can happen with a Chevelle when done correctly is RS Performance's '70 Chevelle. Phil Gerber used RS's complete performance chassis along with a Turnkey LS7 mill for power.
Displaying what amazing things can happen with a Chevelle when done correctly is RS Perfor
Showcasing another second-gen Camaro, Randy Johnson of D&Z Customs put their '70 Camaro "Project RE-peeled" through the gaunlet. Their car features an LQ4 6.0L truck engine that's been stroked to 403 inches by using a K1 crankshaft and rods with Wiseco forged L92 pistons. A Tremec T-56 Magnum governs shifting while a Heidts Pro-G chassis and prototype independent rear suspension system controls the turning department. Forgeline wheels and Nitto rubber do the rest.
Showcasing another second-gen Camaro, Randy Johnson of D&Z Customs put their '70 Camaro "P
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