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Chevy Impala SS/Tim Wilkerson Post-Race/NHRA Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2008 - With two No. 1 qualifying awards and a semifinal round appearance at Gainesville (Fla.), Tim Wilkerson has been pounding loudly on the winner's circle door this season in the Funny Car category. Today the Levi Ray & Shoup Chevy Impala SS driver knocked it completely down and captured his first victory in nearly five years by defeating Ashley Force in the final round. It was Chevrolet's third Funny Car victory this season in only five attempts. "We've had a good car all year," Wilkerson said. "We've had some mechanical failures and I made some mistakes tuning the car at Houston when we put a hole out in the second round there against Del (Worsham), but he just had his stuff together and whooped me. But this is kind of cool for the single-car teams, don't you think? We have Tony Pedregon winning one, and me and Del, and I think that's really cool. The NHRA has done a really good job leveling the field, and the Chevy Impala, that body is really helping us out. That thing is the cat's meow when it comes to these bad tracks."


 


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Pontiac GXP/Greg Stanfield/ProStock/Las Vegas Pre-Race
LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2008 - Greg Stanfield was looking to capture his first career Pro Stock victory at the 9th annual SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals, but his Attitude Apparel Pontiac GXP came up a fraction of a second short at the finish line. Stanfield qualified in the No. 8 spot and defeated Greg Anderson in round one, pole-setter Kenny Koretsky in round two and Jim Yates in the semifinals before facing Line in the title round. The 42-year-old resident of Bossier City, La., was making his 5th career final-round appearance in the Pro Stock category and his first since the 2007 NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, Calif. Stanfield's sterling effort this weekend was his best yet this season and moves him up one spot in the POWERade points standings from 10th place to ninth. "It was an excellent weekend for us," Stanfield said. "The track was tricky and that was the bottom line for us. Jason is a good racer and that's a strong team. We got one of the Summit cars in the first round and came up a little short in the finals -- I missed the tree in that last round. Right now it's been tough for me to win one but we're not giving up. We're going to get one of these. "We were clicking today -- everything felt really good. The competition is brutal out here and I'm just glad to be a part of it. There was no guarantee we were going to get by anybody today, but we made four solid runs, runs we can go back, look at and learn a lot from, and that in itself is very satisfying. We'll go to Bristol and test and work on raceday stuff. That's where the track changes so much that we don't have as good a handle on it as we would like, but I like the way the car is running right now. We were lacking a little bit, but this weekend was a big step in the right direction."





GMC/Cory McClenathan/Top Fuel/FRAM/Post-Race/Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2008 - Cory McClenathan defeated Antron Brown in the final round of Top Fuel at the SummitRacing.com Nationals. McClenathan carried the GMC colors to the winner's circle for his first national-event victory since October 2006, and his first ever at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. McClenathan qualified the FRAM/GMC dragster in the No. 5 position and defeated J.R. Todd in round one with a 4.6309 e.t. at 324.05 mph, Morgan Lucas in round two with a 4.815 e.t. at 305.91 mph, and Brandon Bernstein in the semifinals with a 4.760 second run at 315.12 mph. In the championship heat against Antron Brown, McClenathan's dragster crossed the finish line with a 4.654 e.t. at 315.86 mph to Brown's 4.703-second run at 315.93 mph. McClenathan's margin of victory was .041 of a second. It was McClenathan's 30th career win, his 52nd career final round appearance and his second final-round appearance this season moving the 45-year-old resident of Indianapolis into fourth place in the POWERade standings.





Jeff Gordon Crash - Las Vegas Motor Speedway 2008
Jeff Gordon takes on a huge impact during the 2008 race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Due to the HANS Device and other safety equipment, Jeff is able to walk away.





9 Second 1994-1996 Impala SS
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Pontiac GXP/Jason Line Post-Race/Las Vegas NHRA April 13
LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2008 - Jason Line captured his first national-event victory of the season by defeating Greg Stanfield in a close all-Pontiac GXP final round. The 38-year-old Minnesota native and current resident of Troutman, N.C., entered raceday with his Summit Racing Pontiac qualified in the No. 2 position. Line defeated Johnny Gray in round one running 6.772 seconds at 203.74 mph, Jeg Coughlin in round two with a 6.789 e.t. at 203.83 mph, and in the closest race of the day, Kurt Johnson in the semifinals with a 6.793 second run at 203.58 mph. In the finals against Stanfield, both Pontiacs were close to even off the starting line with Stanfield's GXP grabbing a slight advantage, but by the 330-foot marker, Line's Pontiac edged ahead and crossed the finish line with a winning 6.782 e.t. at 203.83 mph. Stanfield followed with a 6.816-second run at 203.16 mph. Line's margin of victory was .03 of a second. "This is the best car I've had in a year and a half," Line said. "This is really exciting and a big deal for us, and today we managed to get it done. The engine didn't perform as well today as we would have liked, but the car made up for it and the chassis department saved us. Especially when we had to race Kurt (Johnson) in that right lane. Everybody struggled to get down it (the right lane) but that 6.79, I have to admit, was a pretty impressive run by anybody's standards."





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Team Chevy/Tim Wilkerson/NHRA Funny Car/Memphis Post Race
MEMPHIS, Tenn., September 28, 2008 - For the second time this season Tim Wilkerson in the Levi, Ray & Shoup Chevy Impala SS was a John Force Racing "killer," defeating three Force Racing Fords en route to a Funny Car victory at the 21st annual O'Reilly NHRA Mid-South Nationals at Memphis Motorsports Park. Today, Wilkerson defeated the Dodge of Melanie Troxel in Round 1 before facing a trio of Force Racing Fords. He defeated John Force in Round 2, Robert Hight in the semifinals before defeating Ashley Force in the final round for his class-leading sixth win of the season, including back-to-back wins here at Memphis and at Dallas last week. In the finals Wilkerson had an elapsed time of 4.166 seconds at 298.47 mph to edge Force's 4.183 e.t. at 294.18 mph. # # # #





*SOLD* 1963 Chevrolet Impala "Smooth survivor, ready to cruise"
Check out this '63 Impala! This is one smooth, survivor car, original paint, interior and 235 straight six. Looks, sounds and runs out nice! Hard to find these 63 Impalas in good condition, especially one with factory wheel skirts! This car would be a fine cruiser as is or ready for whatever your imagination can conjure up!





Chevy Impala 572 Big Block 750HP!!
Cruisin' in the bad ass Chevy Impala. By www.nelsonracingengines.com - 572 Big Block Hot Rod series (9,4L) - 750 HP @ 6000rpm - Runs on pump gas. - Richmond 6 speed manual with dual disk clutch and a long shifter. - 12 bolt 3.55 geared rear end. - Hotchics suspension. - Bear 4 wheel disk brakes. - Custom 2.25 primary pipe on header with dual 3.5 inch Exhaust and dual 3.5 inch 2 chamber Flowmaster mufflers. - Engine is carbed with a 1050 street dominator with progressive linkage and uses MSD ignition. If you have a nissan skyline or other rice crap, start crying!





1968 Chevy Impala with pumps for sale
Vehicle Description $14,000 Up for auction is a Chevy Impala Fast Back. This is the rare model and has been totally done over and pimped out. * New 307 V8 Motor (Stock Rebuilt) * 4 Pro-Hopper Pumps (Hydraulics) * 12 Batteries * Candy Purple Exterior * Black Leather Interior with no rips or tears. * 13" Wheels (Gold and Chrome) * Bumper re-chromed * New Brakes * No rust on firewall Slight rust on the back windshield panel. This car runs like a dream. No problems to report on this car. or contact Mefie at 914-469-2484





CobaltSS.net - GM Video 2008 Cobalt SS Turbo
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Wilkerson crash
Tim Wilkerson's son Danny in a spectacular Funny Car crash at Memphis.Both rear wheels come off,but he walked away.





NHRA Las Vegas 2007 Top Fuel Funny Car Night Qualifying
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The NHRA POWERade Drag Racing video at the Fremont Street Experience
The NHRA POWERade Drag Racing video that was shown during the NHRA Fanfest that was held on Thursday, October 30 at the Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas, NV. The video was shown on the overhead screens, which were recently named the largest TV in the world.





SOLD!! 1962 Chevy Impala SS 4 Speed Convertible For Sale!
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