Fifth Annual Holley LS Fest Results

September 5th-7th marked the 5th annual Holley LS Fest, which means that it has come and gone. The 2014 LS Fest was by far the largest incarnation of the event yet with over 10,000 in attendance and over 500 participating LS-powered cars. Congratulations are in order for all of the participants who had the chance to enjoy and contribute to the event. Even bigger congratulations are in order for those who managed to claim some hardware and prize money. Here is the recap.

Drag Racing presented by Scoggin Dickey Parts Center and Engine Power TV

The Chevy High Performance Magazine LSX Drag Radial class is home to some of the heaviest hitters in 1/8 mile LS drag racing today. In the headline class, Mark Carlyle brought home the trophy in his Atomic Fusion C6 Corvette Z06. Mark beat out last year's champion Mike Brown in the final round, running a 4.577 at 173.38 mph, besting Brown's 4.915 at 168.89 mph. 

The School of Automotive Machinists LSX All Motor class features the fastest naturally aspirated LS based race cars in the world in 1/4 mile racing. Judson Massingill, the director and founder of the School of Automotive Machinists, once again showed that he is the cream of the All Motor crop. His SAM Racing Camaro SS ousted Don Baskin's Chevy II in the finals by making the best All Motor pass of the weekend with an elapsed time of 8.198 at 165.52 mph.