Best of Show Winner: Classic Custom ('49-63) Winner: Non-Domestic Winner: Muscle Truck (75-95) Winner: Street Rod (Pre-49) Winner: Late Model ('96-17) Winner: Classic Truck (Pre-74) Best Paint Winner: Just Because Winner: Street Machine ('75-95) Winner: Best Engineered Winner: Best Interior Winner: Sponsor's
What could be better than free boost? During this year’s Holley LS Fest, the 9th annual Bowling Green, KY, event (7-9 Sept), TorqStorm will give away a supercharger kit to a participant in the Three Pedals Rumble Index Class. The participant with the best bracket racing package in the first round of competition claims the reward.
Holley LS Fest is excited to announce the creation of a Vintage Class competing for Grand Champion honors at The Holley LS Fest in Bowling Green this September 7-9. The class will also carry forward into the West event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2019 and beyond. Since it’s inaugural year in 2010, LSFest has
Listen up stock block shootout fans! The rules for the class have just been posted so make sure you are familiar with what's going down if you are planning to compete in this class at LS Fest coming up next month, September 7-9th. The Stock Block Shootout is a new drag class coming to LS
The days leading up to the 2018 Holley LS Fest are dwindling fast! Before you know it, the nation's finest LS & Gen 5 LT powered muscle cars, race cars, street rods, rat rods, and trucks descend upon Beech Bend Raceway in droves in Holley's hotrod hometown of Bowling Green, KY. Just about anything powered by an
Holley LS Fest 2017 has come and gone, but not before we filled Bowling Green, KY with more than 720,000 horsepower of the highest-quality LS and current generation LT-powered autocross, drag, drift, and show cars and trucks in the nation. Holley's Bowling Green show has grown in both participants and attendees each year, and with
The already popular Brian Tooley Racing/Car Craft Bolt-On Power Challenge, new to LS Fest this year, pits two teams of talented mechanics against one another. The objective: pick up more horsepower than your opponent after both are given a choice of identical components, including Holley EFI systems. Big 3 Racing had a Chevy S-10 pickup
Drivers from around the country tested their skills at the Forgeline Grass Roots Motorsports Road Course Challenge, a popular attraction at Holley LS Fest year after year contested on the NCM Motorsports Park course not far from Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, KY. David Cordner came out on top in the always tough
POWER ADDER 1 Jessie Coulter '00 Chevy Corvette – 1277 horsepower 2 Brian Tooley '09 Chevy Corvette – 1255 horsepower 3 Charles Chappel '93 Ford Mustang – 1130 horsepower NON POWER ADDER 1 Kasey Artmayer '08 Chevy Corvette – 640 horsepower 2 Serjio Pulido '08 Chevy Corvette – 545 horsepower 3 Jacob Batz '08 Chevy Corvette – 524 horsepower ''
After all the tire smoke from more than 1,200 cars and three days of non-stop action literally had cleared, Danny Popp walked off with the top prize, the Grand Champion crown. With a record crowd looking on – the biggest in the long history of Beech Bend Raceway Park – Popp drove his '03 Corvette