18 November 2013 – PSCA Street Car Super Nationals

The end of the year Pacific Street Car Association race, Street Car Super Nationals is one of our favourite non-points races of the year. This event brings participants all the way down from Canada and the Northern states of the US. It also has quite a large Pro Street and Pro Mod contingent, and in fact this year it had over 40 cars entered in the Pro Mod/Street classes. It is not only a great race to participate in, but also to spectate. The car was running well, especially after my crew chief and I installed the new Driveshaft Shop 4 inch aluminum driveshaft. The weather was beautiful, and we even set up our Liquid Glow vendor booth in the midway. Thanks to the new addition of the Street Muscle class, we were able to run 2 classes on Sunday’s eliminations. After making it to the third round in the Bracket 1 class, we were pleased with the car’s consistency. And of course, I was able to sing the national anthem on Sunday morning, but since there were so many Canadians in attendance, I also sang the Canadian National Anthem. It was a pleasure to represent both countries on race day opening ceremonies. Thanks to race promoter Mel Roth, we were able to hand out Liquid Glow Car Care products to the number one qualifiers at the driver’s meeting on Sunday morning.

Mel Roth also announced that he would be adding another Street Car Super Nationals event to the 2014 schedule on August 20-23, 2014 in St. Louis at Gateway Motorsports Park. We are very excited to compete in this race as it will be the first time the Liquid Glow Mopar Max team competes in a race our east. I can’t wait to meet some new racing friends from the other side of the country. Thanks Mel!

Video of me singing the Canadian and American national anthems. Sorry, not much to see but at least the audio is clear!

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