With Goodguys adding a huge area north of the facility to park more cars, space opened up on the east end to have a large section devoted to the Autocross course, and the bleachers were full of spectators. Most of the cars in attendance were the G-machines (70’s Camaros and Mustangs and the like) but there were a few street rods and other fun cars thrown into the mix, too. Doyle Thomas owns the black ’63 Rambler 440-H, which goes around the corners fine thanks to the builder, Mike Rutter of Rutterz Rods in Bristol, TN. A big LS7 backed to a 4L85E gives the car its go. The No Limit truck from San Bernardino, CA, (above) has done very well over the past few years and turned in some respectable times this year, too. A pair of women were driving this Chevy wagon (left) ’round the track and, it looked like so much fun, the track announcer climbed into the back seat and broadcast each and every turn of the next run from inside the vehicle!