QA1 Autocross Results:

  • 1st: Danny Popp | C6 Corvette Z06 | Fastest time (both autox courses added for total time): 32.473 + 31.780 = 64.253 seconds

 

Final Autocross Lap Times (Raw Results-All Participants):

LS Fest Beech Bend Autocross Lap Times

LS Fest NCM Autocross Lap Times

Chevy High Noon Performance Autocross Shootout Winner: Danny Popp

See the rest of the CHP Autocross Shootout results here!

 

Raymond’s Performance Show-N-Shine:

This year we had a total of 278 car show entries. The car show portion of the event simply continues to grow year after year. Everything from works in progress to custom component cars like the Superlite SLC showed up this year. Read on to see the winners of each of the Show-N-Shine classes for 2016:

Best of Show:

Denny Terzich, 1955 Chevy

Street Rod (pre-1949):

Joe Aflague, 1933 Plymouth

Classic Custom (’49-’63):1st:

Ray McIntosh, 1955 Chevy | 2nd: Billy Joe & Susan Porter, 1959 Parkwood Wagon | 3rd: Troy Russell, 1962 Chevy

Muscle Car (’64-’74):1st:

Gary Higgenbothem, 1969 Camaro | 2nd: Gary Hutcheson, 1970 Camaro | 3rd: Joe Grom, 1970 Chevy Nova

Street Machines (’75-’95):

1st: Doug Schultz, 1983 Hurst Olds | 2nd: Nick McMillan, 1991 Camaro | 3rd: Kevin Osborne, 1979 Camaro Z/28

Late Model (’96-present):

1st: Donnie Torley, 2010 Camaro | 2nd: Brent Schobring, 2001 Chevrolet Camaro | 3rd: Ryan Brown, 2008 Pontiac G8

Non-Domestic:1st:

Alan Akus, 1986 Porsche

Classic Truck (pre-’74):

1st Noah Alexander, 1966 Chevy Truck | 2nd: Justin Howell, 1972 Ford F100 | 3rd: Shawn Maiden, 1970 Chevy C10

Muscle Truck (’75-’95):

1st: Lebron Morrow, 1989 Chevy Silverado | 2nd: Jason Corn, 1980 C10 | 3rd: Tom Pritchard, 1982 Chevy Truck

Late Model Truck (’96-present):

1st: Dustin Scott, 2007 Chevy Truck | 2nd: Roger Allen, 2005 Silverado | 3rd: Jimmie Colburn, 2006 Chevy Trailblazer

Just Because:1st:

Will Campbell, 2013 Superlite SLC | 2nd: Bruce Vlietslm, 1998 Jeep | 3rd: Don Miller, 2011 Jeep

Under Construction:1st:

Heath Hover, 1956 Chevy | 2nd: Juston Moore, 1999 GMC Sierra 1500 | 3rd: Jeff York, 1978 Malibu Wagon

Chevy High Performance Show-N-Shine Shootout winner:

Gary Hutcherson, 1970 Chevrolet Camaro

 

Bowler Performance Transmissions Countryside Cruise:

Sometimes it’s nice to just hop in the car and go for a cruise. Keith Hoover did just that and ended up winning $500! He headed out into the Kentucky countryside equipped with his LS powered 1956 Chevrolet and his camera determined to find as many of the items on our Countryside Cruise Scavenger Hunt as he could. He ended up snapping more pics and checking off more items than the rest of those who participated in this family friendly, light-hearted competition and took home a $500 Holley/MSD product certificate to help him spruce up his ride over the winter! Congrats Keith!

ERL Performance Dyno Challenge:

The LS Fest Dyno Challenge might be more static than other aspects of our show, but don’t think that it isn’t just as impressive. This year we saw four digit horsepower figures from the winner of the Power Adder class. Anthony Peck topped the charts of the Redline Motorsports Dynojet chassis dyno. His 2010 Chevrolet Camaro turned the rollers to the tune of 1,290.81 horsepower. Anything just shy of a thousand horsepower is nothing to be ashamed of. Hussain Alhashim put down 986.32 horsepower in his 2012 ZR1 Corvette, followed closely behind by our third place finisher, Jeremy Rogers. His 1933 Chevrolet 1500 is no slouch, making 927.88 horsepower.

Sure, four digit horsepower is always impressive, but it begs the question: “Is it always possible to put all that power to the ground effectively?” The all-motor class of our dyno challenge is in place at LS Fest to see just how much horsepower some of our participants are making without the extra oomph of a turbocharger, supercharger or nitrous. Keith Sullivan was able to produce 535.68 horsepower on his 1999 Chevrolet Camaro taking first place. What’s amazing here is that 1st and 3rd place were only separated by a range of .92 horsepower! Max Kami nabbed secured a second place finish with his 2007 Corvette, generating 535.12 horsepower, whereas Jacob Boutz took home a third place podium finish with his 2008 Corvette, laying down a respectable 534.76 horsepower.

Baer Brakes 3S Challenge Results:

  • 1st: Bret Voelkel | C7 Corvette Z06
  • 2nd: Chris Smith |
  • 3rd: Danny Popp | C6 Corvette

 

Final 3S Challenge Lap Times:

LS Fest 3S Challenge Left Lane Times
LS Fest 3S Challenge Right Lane Times