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Ponte Vedra, FL (July 2, 2010)... Each year the Hot Rod Power Tour takes cities by storm as thousands of hot rodders and enthusiasts, also know as Long Haulers, participate in the Hot Rod Power Tour. One thing that is always a highlight is the Dyno Challenge. This year's Dyno Challenge, brought to you by Lucas Oil and E3 Spark Plugs, was no exception. With high revving engines and earplugs required, this years winners brought more power than ever. The winners of the 2010 Hot Rod Power Tour stops were awarded a leather bomber jacket with embroidered sponsor logos, and included:

Saturday, July 5 in Newton, Iowa
Andrew Cowherd of Carrollton, Missouri
2010 Chevy Camaro
607 HP/543 Torque

Sunday, July 6 in Springfield, Illinois
Travis Vaughn of Grand Forks, North Dakota
2000 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
739 HP/692 Torque

Monday, July 7 in DuQuoin, Illinois
Brad Young of Carbondale, Illinois
2008 Mustang Shelby
687 HP/630 Torque

Tuesday, July 8 in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Chris Huels of Battlefield, Missouri
1967 Chevy Nova
750 HP/680 Torque

Wednesday, July 9 in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Troy Brumbalow of Cumming, Georgia
1971 Plymouth Barracuda
729 HP/710 Torque

Thursday July 10 in Birmingham, Alabama
Albert Stephens of Theresa, New York
2010 Roush Mustang
487 HP/429 Torque

Friday July 11 in Mobile, Alabama
David Driver of Mobile, Alabama
1996 Chevy Camaro
428 HP/360 Torque

 

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