It was a stellar year for the PRO Hot Rod & Muscle Car Nationals series with six adrenaline-pumping street-legal events. Records fell, the car shows were booming, and our Car Craft Magazine-sponsored Cheap Street class was a tremendous success and opened up a completely new playing field by being the only heads-up claimer class ... anywhere. The '03 program came to a wrap at Memphis Motorsports Park, but it did so with an incredible flourish. The series points chase was tight and came down to the wire for some, requiring competitors to push their equipment to the limit and do everything possible to clinch the championship title. We're willing to bet if the season finale is any indication of things to come, then you'd better start planning your trips for '04, because the street-legal door-slammers aren't going to be slowing down any time soon. For more information and scheduling, log onto www.fasteststreetcar.com. Steve Miller and his twin-turbo S-10 entered the Denso Pro Street finals with a slight points lead over last year's champ Pat Musi. After securing the championship in a semifinal-round win, the two paired up one last time, only to have Miller walk away with the win as Musi suffered transmission problems.Steve Miller and his twin-turbo S-10 entered the Denso Pro Street finals with a slight poi Ross Stomp fell to Dale Pittman in the semifinals, but it didn't matter as Stomp had already taken the Nostalgia Pro Street championship.Ross Stomp fell to Dale Pittman in the semifinals, but it didn't matter as Stomp had alrea In Vortech Xtreme Street action, number-one qualifier Nick Rinehart bested last year's champion Tony Orts in the final, earning the win along with the title.In Vortech Xtreme Street action, number-one qualifier Nick Rinehart bested last year's cha TCI FAST Pro Stock competitor Chris Uratchko locked in the number-one plate with his '69 Camaro for the season, but it was Charlie Booze Jr. and his late-model Mustang that took the final-round win after Jake Holdrege's massive wheelstand landed him on the wall.TCI FAST Pro Stock competitor Chris Uratchko locked in the number-one plate with his '69 C Does this '67 Tempest look familiar? It should. Jeff Puckett's Hamburger Oil Pan's Nostalgia Super Stock warrior graced the pages of Car Craft as a feature car back in June '01. Jeff made it to the final round against Kim Smith but broke out with a 10.99 on an 11.00 index, while Kim hit the mark with a 10.51 on a 10.50 index. Jeff didn't win the battle, but did take home the championship crown.Does this '67 Tempest look familiar? It should. Jeff Puckett's Hamburger Oil Pan's Nostalg Despite engine problems throughout the day, Joel Greathouse qualified Second in Super Street with a 7.33. Number-three-qualifier Ray Sanchez was supposed to take on Joel in the final but was sidelined with transmission problems immediately after winning round two. This allowed Joel to simply break the staging beams and take both the win and coveted number one for points for '03.Despite engine problems throughout the day, Joel Greathouse qualified Second in Super Stre 1 | 2 | 3 | » | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!