been a big part of CSP for the
past several years, which could
play to Todd Cochran’s advantage.
We picked Katie Lacey last
year and she didn’t show. We saw
her at Spring Nationals this year,
so we’re going to pick her again
over Stephanie Humphries.
D Street Prepared seems to
have become the land of the
RX- 8. Steve O’Blenes continues to
improve his car, but Tamra Hunt
has her own. She’s been awfully
close the past two years, and we
think she’ll be even faster this year.
We don’t see anyone giving
Jeff Wong a serious challenge
in E Street Prepared. He’s
got the Camaro working
incredibly well. P.J. Corrales
will bring his fast Infiniti.
ESPL is likely to look a lot
like the Open class, as Nicole
Wong pilots the Camaro.
JoJo Corrales-Kean will keep
her honest in the Infiniti.
F Street Prepared seems to
hide all year before showing up
in Lincoln. We don’t hear any
rumors of a return of Randy
Pobst, so we’re leaning toward
Jay Bonvouloir in the CRX.
Geoffrey Zimmer may have
picked up enough from Pobst
last year to push him over the
top in his Rabbit. Greg Anthony
and his Neon should contend.
Susan Anderson is a
100-percenter and could win
yet another championship in the
Schweikle FSPL Alfa Romeo.
Other than one recent year,
Super Street Mod has belonged
to Randall Wilcox in the Eric
Anderson Miata. Matt Glagola
has a fast Lotus. Ryan Field
and Joey Sim are not familiar
names yet, but that could
change in September.
SSML may just make a class.
If so, it looks like an interesting
matchup between Deana Kelley
in the Anderson Miata and
Wendy Gulick in a Boxster.
We see a triple Evo threat with
Dallas Cutler attempting to repeat
in Street Modified, Marshall Grice
returning to the Berry Evo after
years in AM, and Andy Smedegard.
We see John Vitamvas as being
on too good a trajectory with his
RX- 8 development. Maybe we are
hedging bets again, this time going
against the all-wheel-drive cars.
Craig Wilcox bought the Tipple
Civic to run in Street Modified
FWD and has been very fast in
it all year. Chris Haydu is not a
newcomer to the class and will use
that experience to full advantage.
SMFL has made championship
status for the past five years, so
there’s a reason to expect that
to continue. With the Jordans
The Street Prepared category will undoubdtedly provide fantastic
competition. When all is said and done, however, we expect Billy Davis
to clinch the CSP title (LEFT), with Ron Bauer leaving victorious in BSP
(BOTTOM) and Jeff Wong closing the deal in ESP (BELOW).