Quickest and fastest Pro Street finale caps PSCA Labor Day Nationals

at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

 

The quickest and fastest Pro Street final in Pacific Street Car Association (PSCA) history capped the fourth annual PSCA Labor Day Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday night. Ed Thornton of Chino Hills, Calif., won the PSCA Spring Nationals at The Strip and returned to win the Pro Street finale on Sunday night. Thornton, paired against Clint Hariston of Alta Loma, Calif., blazed a pass of 6.620 sec./210 mph down The Strip¿s quarter mile to record the quickest and fastest final round in PSCA history. Hariston¿s 1972 Camaro ran 212.63 mph (6.737 sec.), but Thornton¿s 1957 Chevrolet hit the finish line first.

PSCA and its heads-up style of drag racing will return to The Strip Nov. 19-21 for the series¿ season finale.

PSCA Labor Day Nationals winners:

Pro Street ¿ Ed Thornton (Chino Hills, Calif.) 1957 Chevrolet

Limited Street ¿ Bobby Klostereich (Henderson) 1967 Camaro

Borla Trophy ¿ Bob Coulter (Las Vegas) 1964 Falcon

Bracket 1 ¿ Justin Lamb (Henderson) 2000 Cameron dragster

Super Quick ¿ Carl Cannavo (N. Las Vegas) 1995 Yancer dragster

Outlaw Street ¿ Jason Mack (Redwood City, Calif.) 2000 Mustang

X-Treeme Street ¿ Bobby Frye (Buena Park, Calif.) 1966 Mustang

Real Street ¿ Bert Heck (Fontana, Calif.)

Hot Street ¿ George Mitchell (Perris, Calif.) 1971 Nova

True Street ¿ Rick Snavely (Los Angeles) 1993 Mustang

Heavy Street ¿ Rick Head (Simi Valley, Calif.) 1989 Camaro

Wild Street ¿ Robert V (Newhall, Calif.) 1989 Mustang

Payton Index ¿ Dan Reaume (Kingman, Ariz.) 1964 Ranchero

Open Comp ¿ Paul Lorton (Peoria, Ariz.) 1965 Mustang