As advertised, the Super Chevy Show, presented by GM Performance Division, delivered Chevrolets of every shape, size, power quotient, age and description Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 22-23, in its long anticipated return to Steve Earwood’s Rockingham (NC) Dragway.

Smith, the five-time IHRA World Pro Stock Champion as well as a Pro Stock and Pro Modified winner on the NHRA tour, beat Winters in a Pro Modified shootout on the eighth-mile Saturday.

From Rickie Smith’s 240 mile-an-hour 2012 Chevy Camaro to the 1957 Chevy Bel Air of Kernersville’s Doug Winters to Tommy Lumley’s slick Charlotte-based 1940 Chevy coupe to the Chevy-powered altered of Aberdeen’s Todd Prevatte, it was all Chevys, all the time – with an occasional Pontiac and Buick thrown in for good measure.

In fact, Bobby Hardee of Mullins, S.C., won on Sunday at the wheel of a Pontiac Grand Am, in the process denying Donald Webb of Four Oaks a sweep of the two Pro ET titles after he had won in his Camaro on Saturday. 

Other winners included Julian’s Kevin Myrich and Bobby Plyler, who the Saturday and Sunday Footbrake races, respectively; Jerry Cline of Mooresville, who won the DOT class; and Trey Bradsher of Burlington, who prevailed in Junior Dragster.