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There were several super-quick El Caminos racing and the quickest one belonged to Randy Walker. He stuffed a 762ci engine with four stages of nitrous under the hoodscoop to produce a 6.40 at 218 mph in qualifying. The team thrashed all weekend trying to coax 6.20s from their machine, which is what this car has run at other PSCA events. But in the end, a red light in round two ended their hopes at grabbing the $20K prize.