GM High-Tech Performance Blogs
Points have been tallied to crown the winners, awaiting ceremony at PRI
ERL Performance LSX All Motor
Greg Delaney took home the championship despite wrecking the 2010 Camaro in the finals of the LSX Shootout against the second place finisher Judson Massingill. The car went nose-first into the wall after crossing the center line past half-track. Over the winter the Baskins Truck Sales-sponsored Camaro will be repaired, and the 440-cube LSX will go back to BES for inspection.
Holley EFI LSX Real Street
Kevin Rounsavall battled all year long, coming back from a bad fire and then eventually setting the class record in the '98 Camaro in Indy. This nitrous combo has got many scratching their heads, and will have the rules makers quite busy this offseason. Kevin hails from the Shahan Race Cars camp, and handily beat the perennial favorites Rodney Massengale in the RPM Transmissions C5 and Adam Preston in the fellow fourth-gen Camaro.
JE Pistons LSX Drag Radial
Mike Brown was yet another story of perseverance in the 2013 LSX Challenge Series. After rebuilding last year from a bad wreck, Brown spent this offseason (and part of the mid-season break) switching from single to twin-turbos. His Trans Am was one of three cars to run 6s in Indy, a first in class history. It should be interesting to see what happens between Brown and his fellow Ohio Boys teammate Mark Koehler, as well as Mark Carlyle, once those two have a full season to go fender to fender.