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THE KING KEEPS HIS CROWN Canadian Boo King backed up his brash claims, piloting his Nuclear Banana to victory.

IT’LL PASS ALMOST EVERYTHING...EXCEPT A FILLING STATION Larry Vinneau coming all the way from Fredericton New Brunswick cruises by a gas station during the mandatory Real Street Outlaw street cruise. With 707 cubes of nitrous-assisted big block Chevy, we bet that doesn’t happen very often!

WHEELS UP RSO class runner-up Bob Turner goes head to head with Buffalo’s Dan Marvin in qualifying

as possible and I love these types of street car classes, and today I’m going home with some serious money.” Hunter’s pockets were full because that round win netted him the bye run in the semis and vaulted him into the finals, where he

was assaulted by King’s smooth-as-butter 4.58 eighth-mile hit at 155mph in the 706 nitrous-injected Nuclear Banana ’68 Camaro. So the King keeps his crown! “Jay, his wife Michelle and the staff of St. Thomas Raceway

went above and beyond in terms of their hospitality and welcomed us in as if we were family. It was just like being at our home track in Miramichi, New Brunswick,” said Eric Piercy of Team Nuclear Banana.

CRUISIN’ Brian Howard pulls out of St. Thomas Raceway Park in his beautiful legit 10-second ’95 Mustang street car. The coolest part of this event was that competitors at all levels were awarded cash and prizes! | august 2015


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