Results from the annual Mid-America Chevy Dealers Chevy Show, part of the Menards Chevy Show, held October 14 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois. More than 150 cars were entered in the car show itself. More than 749 cars are participating in the drag racing portion this weekend.

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CAR SHOW:

Best of Show — Stan Hutchison (’70 Chevelle)

Best Big Car — Gary & Deb Grafelman (’66 Impala)

Best Camaro — Rick Villers (’90 Camaro)

Best Chevelle — Bruce Briley (’68 Chevelle)

Best Corvette — Steve Pittaluga (’60 Corvette)

Best ’55-’56-’57 — Brett Cygan (’56 Chevy)

Best Early Chevrolet — Dale Mosier (’40 Chevy)

Best Conversion — Kurt Richter (’41 Willys)

Best Pro Street / Pro Engineered — Paul Gragg (’63 Corvette)

Best El Camino — Pete Simpson (’70 El Camino)

Best Nova — Jim Lippert (’67 Nova)

Best Monte Carlo — Dave Cotter (’72 Monte Carlo)

Best Open — Joe Thyer (’67 GTO)

Best Truck — Pat Walsh (’72 Suburban)

Outstanding Engineered — Gerard Pfeffer (’89 Geo Metro)

Outstanding Paint — Andrew Ebken (’99 S-10)

Outstanding Interior — Tom DeClue (’56 Sedan)

Outstanding Engine — Russel Hairer (’25 Ford)

Outstanding Street — Mike Tate (’66 Chevelle)

Outstanding Stock — David Stief (’69 Camaro pace car — pictured above)

Outstanding Modified — D.J. Morris (’68 Chevelle)

Outstanding Workmanship — Bill Richie (’68 Camaro)

Big Car Award 1949-1989 Street — Jeff Gruber

Big Car Award 1949-1989 Modified — Gary & Deb Grafelman

Big Car ’90 And Newer Stock — Charlie & Norma Hinkle

Big Car ’90 And Newer Street — Unie Hinkle

Big Car ’90 And Newer Modified — Terry Milan

Camaro 1967-1969 Stock — Dave & Kim Stief

Camaro 1967-1969 Street — Ray Mersch

Camaro 1967-1969 Modified — Jim & Geralyn Gloe

Camaro 1982-1992 Modified — Rick Villers

Camaro 1993-2002 Stock — Clifford Adam

Camaro 1993-2002 Modified — Dean Nuelle

Camaro 2010-Newer Stock — Linda Hill

Camaro 2010-Newer Street — John Banness

Camaro 2010-Newer Modified — Dru Wofford

Chevelle 1964-1967 Stock — Tom McGuire

Chevelle 1964-1967 Street — Mike & Connie Tate

Chevelle 1964-1967 Modified — Tim McPherson

Chevelle 1968-Newer Stock — Tom Stadtmiller

Chevelle 1968-Newer Street — Patrick McClenahan

Chevelle 1968-Newer Modified — Bruce Briley

Corvette 1953-1967 Modified — Steve Pittaluga

Corvette 1968-1982 Stock — Mike Thomas

Corvette 1984-1986 Stock — Leon Hill

Corvette 1997-2004 Street — Mark Friedrich

Corvette 2005-Newer Stock — Richard Carter

Corvette 2005-Newer Street — Larry Snelling

Conversion All — Kurt Richter

Early Chevrolet 1900-1948 Modified — Dale Mosier

El Camino All Years Street — Rick Hunter

El Camino All Years Modified — Pete Simpson

Chevrolet ’55-’56-’57 Stock — Richard Brewer

Chevrolet ’55-’56-’57 Street — Jerry Hamm

Chevrolet ’55-’56-’57 Modified — Brett Cygan

Nova 1962-1967 Stock — Clay Erickson

Nova 1962-1967 Street — Harry Halliday

Nova 1962-1967 Modified — Jim Lippert

Nova 1968-Newer Street — Craig Miller

Nova 1968-Newer Modified — Michael Antione

Open, All GM Products Not In A Class Stock — Charles Hairer

Open, All GM Products Not In A Class Street — Les Schwenk

Open, All GM Products Not In A Class Modified — Jamey Griffin

Pro Street All Years — Mike Antione

Pro Engineered All Years — Dave Gragg

Truck 1949-1972 Street — Dave Durall

Truck 1949-1972 Modified — Hope Sugg

Truck 1973-1987 — Nathaniel Sanchez

Truck 1988-Newer Stock — Brian Wibbermeyer

Truck 1988-Newer Street — Bob Potter

Truck 1988-Newer Modified — Bob Potter

Sport Utility Street — Kyle Noll

Sport Utility Modified — Pat Walsh

Monte Carlo Stock — John Gates

Monte Carlo Street — Gerald Zielinski

Monte Carlo Modified — Dave Cotter

Missing categories = uncontested (no entrant).

 

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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.