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Justin Lamb Wins Super Chevy Show in Las Vegas

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Justin Lamb seared the track with a run of 7.745 seconds at 162.45 mph in his Chevy-powered dragster
Justin Lamb seared the track with a run of 7.745 seconds at 162.45 mph in his Chevy-powered dragster
If you own a Chevy, are thinking of getting a Chevy, or once had a friend that let you drive his SS-396 and you haven't forgotten the experience - the Super Chevy Show is your nirvana. There are ten events each year spread out from Ennis, Texas to Petersburg, Virginia, with eight stops between, and each one is about drag racing and car shows.
Winning the Super Chevy Show in his home town of Las Vegas made the victory that much sweeter
Winning the Super Chevy Show in his home town of Las Vegas made the victory that much sweeter


This year's 30th season opener was held at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas resident Justin Lamb rolled his Chevrolet-powered dragster to the show and roared away with a bracket win - 7.745 seconds at 162.45 mph.

"Winning the Super Chevy Show in Las Vegas was very nice for many reasons," says Lamb. "First, since Vegas is my home town it is always nice to win there. Another reason is because the Super Chevy Show has not been raced in Las Vegas in about five years, so to win the first race since the association came back to town was awesome.

Lamb says his goals for the season are simply to win as many national event races as possible in the NHRA.

"I think the ultimate thing I'd like to accomplish would be to win an NHRA National Championship, and by winning enough races, hopefully that will come soon."

Lamb says he'd be remiss if he didn't thank his product sponsors, like K&N for their continued support.

"My relationship with K&N is great; they really do build an excellent product. I currently use their oil filters in all of my race cars and their air filters on my bracket cars (Lamb Motorsports). I also plan on using their newly designed scoop on my dragster in the very near future, by all indications it appears to be a great design."

Lamb's plans for the 2010 season is to race as many races on the west coast as possible, as well as head to the east coast to catch a few more national events, and some bigger dollar bracket races.

"Bracket racing is my favorite type of drag racing," concludes Lamb.

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