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    2020 SHOW Special Vehicles


    Special Thank you to Kinzie Wilson for bringing her Race Car to have on Display. Read more about her remarkable young career below in her article featured in Hagerty Magazine.

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    I’ve loved cars for as long as I can remember.

    As a little kid, my dad would carry me

    around at local drag races, and we would

    guess which car would win. He’d quiz me,

    too, asking whether the cars at shows had

    big or “little” blocks. Nine times out of 10,

    I knew the answer.


    I never really thought about being in the

    driver’s seat of a race car until I was 13. My

    dad’s friend brought over a gorgeous 1996

    Collector Edition Corvette, and I fell in love

    with it. The NHRA had just introduced a

    new class of drag racing that allowed 13-to-

    16-year-olds to bracket-race street cars. So

    I bought the Vette, named her Lucy (because

    everybody loves Lucy), and immediately

    took her to the track.


    One time down the strip is all it took.

    I knew this was what I wanted to do. Fast

    forward four years, and Lucy and I have

    added a new sport: autocross, which the

    C4 Corvette was built for.


    I love the world of racing, but I kept my

    feminine side active as captain of the varsity

    cheerleading squad at my high school.

    With racing and cheerleading, I got the best

    of both worlds, and that’s something I plan

    to carry over past my graduation, which was

    last May. I’ve applied to Belmont Abbey College

    in North Carolina, where I hope to study

    motorsports management. I’d have the opportunity

    to cheer there as well. Best of all,

    there’s a four-lane drag strip, zMAX Dragway,

    right down the street from the college.


    For now, I’ll continue to race with the

    Texas Muscle Car Club Challenge and the

    Lone Star Corvette Club. I have a big support

    base through my family, as well as 13

    sponsors who keep me going. What more

    could I ask for? Well, nitrous…?

    Hagerty Magazine





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    Special thank you to AAA for providing the 2019 Robert Hight Camaro Funny Car and the Number 22 Joey Logano Nascar to be on exhibit at our show. 

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