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Super Gas Action Gallery
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Memphis: Rudy Matthews' sharp Ohio City, Ohio-based '69 Camaro Super Gasser went three rounds before breaking out.
Reading: Johnston, R.I.'s Donald Carter had his 466-cid Ford-powered '66 Mustang looking good in Super Gas, but fell in the first round.
Sonoma: Southern California Super Gas veteran Ed DeStaute made it to the semifinals with his '77 Vega entry.
Columbus: Todd Beam is as tough as they come in Super gas, but his ISC Racer's Tape Vega was an early victim in Columbus.
Chicago: Tom Schmidt won four tough rounds in Super Gas with his Lindstrom, Minn.-based '27-T Ford before breaking out by just .002-second in round five.
Chicago: It may have been a race in the Windy City, but Super Gas Corvette driver Chuck Haubiel turned it into "smoky city" with his pre-race burnout.
Atlanta: Former Super Comp champ Steve Cohen lost the Super Gas final to Ed Richardson in a race between identical Suncoast-built '63 Corvette roadsters.
Dallas: Texan Gary Risk, who was runner-up two weeks earlier in Houston, won his first national event in nearly five years in Super Gas.
Former major-league baseball slugger Rob Deer campaigns this classic flamed '55 Chevy in Super Gas.