August 5, 2018, St. Louis Region – Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois, presented the annual Street Car Super Nationals on August 2-4, featuring the Mid-West Pro Mod Association, Premier Street Car Association (PSCA), JEGS Super Quick Series, Nostalgia Drag Racing League (NDRL) and Victory Nostalgia Super Stocks. The event concluded Sunday morning at 2:50 a.m.
MID-WEST PRO MOD SERIES
The biggest and fastest field in the history of the Mid-West Pro Mod Series assembled at GMP: 36 cars with Jason Hamstra ’69 Camaro at 3.703 sec./206.23 in the 1/8-mile to earn No. 1 Qualifier status. The 20 cars that did not qualify for the 16-car field were eligible for the Slammers Second-Chance Race. The Pro Mod final was won by Kevin Maddux of Nixa, Missouri over Jim Sakuvich of Raymore, Missouri.
MID-WEST PRO MODS SLAMMERS SECOND-CHANCE RACE
Jim Bell of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada defeated Chad Javes of Tea, South Dakota in the final round.
MORROW BROTHERS RADIALS VS. THE WORLD
Marty Stinnett of Kuttenwa, Kentucky defeated Jeff Naiser of Houston, Texas in the final round.
VP RACING FUELS LDR
Daniel Pharris of Sikeston, Missouri defeated Shane Stack of Huntsville, Alabama in the final round.
MICKEY THOMPSON X275
Alan Felts of Bowling Green, Kentucky defeated Joseph Oksas of Santa Clarita, California in the final round.
VORTECH OUTLAW 8.5
Justin Cyrnek of Rockdale, Illinois defeated Phillip Reichardt of Festus, Missouri in the final round.
CALVERT 6.0 INDEX
Bob Copeland of Greenwood, Missouri defeated Kevin Prior of Warrenton, Missouri in the final round.
MAGNAFUEL 7.0 INDEX
Jason Mallinckrodt of Troy, Missouri defeated Jesse Sherpell of Imperial, Missouri in the final round.
JR. DRAGSTER 6-12
Lilly Kinne of Canton, Illinois defeated Sarah Stewart of Washington, Missouri.
JR. DRAGSTER 13+
Bailey Whitaker of Dexter, Missouri defeated Bryce Micke of Wentzville, Missouri.
NDRL 7.0 PRO
Michael Sexton of Bloomington, Indiana defeated Robbie Freels of Island, Kentucky.
NDRL PHENIX IND. 7.5 PRO
Bo Boles of Slaughters, Kentucky defeated Art Millet of Piqua, Ohio.
NDRL ROD & CUSTOM PRO COMP
Shane Rasler of Wolcotville, Indiana defeated Adam Satterfield of Lexington, Kentucky.
NDRL QUICK FUEL PRO GAS
Butch Steffens of Washington, Missouri defeated Kenny Robinson of Green Town, Indiana.
VICTORY NOSTALGIA SUPER STOCKS
John Hamer of Labadie, Missouri defeated Tom Gaines of Heyworth, Illinois.
SUPER PRO BRACKET
Corey Landolt of Hermann, Missouri defeated Jason Mallinckrodt of Troy, Missouri.
JEGS SUPER QUICK
Jeremiah Hall of Evansville, Indiana defeated Dean McIlvain of New Carlisle, Ohio.
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About Gateway Motorsports Park
Gateway Motorsports Park is the home of INDYCAR, NASCAR and NHRA racing in the St. Louis region. Located just five minutes from downtown St. Louis and covering more than 340 acres, Gateway Motorsports Park is the largest outdoor entertainment facility in the area. Gateway Motorsports Park’s facilities include a 1/4-mile drag strip, 1.25-mile superspeedway, 1.6-mile road course, a state-of-the-art karting facility and a 14-acre, multi-purpose dirt off-road venue. Gateway Motorsports Park was the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Facility of the Year Award from the Race Track Business Conference and the 2017 Spirit of St. Louis Award from St. Louis Attractions Association.