(LMS) -- CONCORD, N.C. (June 23, 2009) - Auto enthusiasts can enjoy one of the nation's finest performance & restoration midways, as well as plenty of racing excitement when the Super Chevy Show tour makes its inaugural appearance at the Bellagio of drag strips, zMax Dragway, June 26-28.
"We are excited and proud to bring the Super Chevy Show to Bruton Smith's zMAX Dragway," said Roger Guston, president of AutoStar Productions.
"Without question this is the finest drag strip in the world and we are looking forward to working with Christian Byrd and his zMAX team."
The 29th annual "Feel the Power" show at zMAX Dragway boasts plenty of racing action, including the Nitro Coupe Challenge, the TREMEC True Street Challenge, the Bracket One Brawl, JEGS Bracket 2 Battle and the DOT Street Fight.
The three-day event will see daring performances by some of the country's fastest Jet Car drivers during the Danchuk Jet Wars. Spectators can also see Bob Hall "The King of the Wheelstanders" excite the crowd when he puts his Airborne Express Astrovan on its rear wheels Saturday and Sunday.
The Super Chevy Show also provides the opportunity for car fanatics to barter and buy parts at the swap meet and buy or sell vehicles at the car corral.
Plenty of show cars will be on hand during the TREMEC Transmission Car Show Series. The nation's largest single-make car show will host events on Saturday and Sunday where the top Chevrolets will receive awards.
The Super Chevy Show will kick-off on Friday with Test and Tune starting at Noon. Tickets are $10 for adults and children 11-15.
Gates open at 8 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday for a full day of racing action. Tickets are $22 a day for adults and $10 for children 11-15.
Tickets for the entire weekend are just $32 for adults. Children
11-15 are admitted for $15 and kids 10 and under are free all weekend when accompanied by an adult. For more information on the Super Chevy Show at zMAX Dragway visit www.lowesmotorspeedway.com.
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