Each year, thousands of hot rodders and enthusiasts-also know as Long Haulers-participate in the Hot Rod Power Tour. Among the annual highlights is the Dyno Challenge.
This year’s Dyno Challenge, sponsored by Lucas Oil and E3 Spark Plugs, offered plenty of high-revving engines and more power than ever. The winners of the 2010 Hot Rod Power Tour stops were awarded a leather bomber jacket with embroidered sponsor logos, according to a press release.
The winners included:
Saturday, July 5, Newton, Iowa-Andrew Cowherd, Carrollton, Mo., 2010 Chevy Camaro, 607-hp/543 torque.
Sunday, July 6, Springfield, Ill.-Travis Vaughn, Grand Forks, N.D., 2000 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, 739-hp/692 torque.
Monday, July 7, DuQuoin, Ill.-Brad Young, Carbondale, Ill., 2008 Mustang Shelby, 687-hp/630 torque.
Tuesday, July 8, Bowling Green, Ky.-Chris Huels, Battlefield, Mo., 1967 Chevy Nova, 750-hp/680 torque.
Wednesday, July 9, Chattanooga, Tenn.-Troy Brumbalow, Cumming, Ga., 1971 Plymouth Barracuda, 729-hp/710 torque.
Thursday, July 10, Birmingham, Ala.-Albert Stephens, Theresa, N.Y., 2010 Roush Mustang, 487-hp/429 torque.
Friday, July 11, Mobile, Ala.-David Driver, Mobile, Ala., 1996 Chevy Camaro, 428-hp/360 torque.