Volume III, Issue 7, Page 38
Alex Hossler wasn’t bothered by the fact that he was racing on the home track for the U.S. Nationals or that this was his first time racing with the Aeromotive-backed Nitro Coupe Super Chevy Show series… or evidently anything else. The Super Chevy Show rookie and his late model supercharged ‘Vette simply took the eight-car Nitro Coupe field apart at the Indianapolis SCS tour stop. 
Results and photos courtesy Super Chevy Shows - 07/16/08

Hossler qualified his “low rider” ’06 ‘Vette on the pole with a 4.105/177.16   blast down the eighth mile.  That lap also gave him Low ET for the event for Nitro Coupes.  Only a top end charge by Nitro Coupe Series points leader Ken Walsh, who ran an out-the-back-door 177.93 on his 4.152 lap for the Top Speed of the meet kept Hossler from “running the table” at this event.

Bruce Stedry

Hossler’s '06 Corvette, built by Duncan Race Cars, trailered Iowa Nitro Coupe racer Jim Knapp’s 2002 Camaro in the first round and Nashville, Tennessee’s Jeff Byrd and his ‘78 Camaro in the second.

Hossler met Chicago area fireman Bruce Stedry in his Jerry Bickel-built  ’07 GTO powered by an Oddy’s Automotive supercharged engine in the finals.  In that final round Stedry put a holeshot on Hossler, taking the advantage off the line, but Hossler ran him down and passed him on the top end for the win.

Stedry got into the final round when number 2 qualifier and current points leader Ken “The Kid” Walsh broke off the line in the semifinal.  

Randy Adler