Brett Wagner from PASS TIME on Speed Channel will be onsite and signing autographs throughout the weekend at the Texas Motorplex Souvenir Stand.

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Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner – actor, reality tv star, tv host, nationally syndicated radio host and producer, former pro wrestler, and finally author. What’s next????????
Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner has been in the entertainment business for over 20 years, starting out as a actor in Hollywood at the tender age of 21. The past 20 years Brett has guest starred in over 60 different tv shows and films. From “Hanna Montana” to being a series regular on “ The Jaime Kennedy Experiment”. Brett has done it all.

In the mid 90’s Brett got involved with pro wrestling and was running the WWE’S minor league company Ultimate Pro Wrestling in Orange County California. Producer Thom Beers found Brett while filming a documentary called “ Wrestling School” for Discovery Channel and asked Brett to come on board and be the voice for a brand new show called “Monster Garage” with Jesse James. Brett was the voice of the show for 5 years and 89 episodes and even filled in as the host for 4 episodes. From there Discovery Channel took notice and gave Brett his own show called “Monster Nation” which he hosted 40 episodes. Brett also got to co-host the popular first annual “Biker Build Off” awards with Bill Goldberg for Discovery Channel.
The Schwag was dabbling in Los Angeles radio for years being a fill in host and guest on “ESPN’S Mcdonald Douglas Show” on 710 am and from there started his own talk show called “Monster Radio which was syndicated in 85 markets from 2003-2006.

From all the tv exposure Brett has made quiet a few appearances all across the U.S. and Canada the last 8 years. From bike and car events like “Sturgis On The River” in Iowa which attracts 70 thousand people over 2 days to the “Atlantic City Chopper Fest” and the “Food Lion Auto Fair” in North Carolina at Lowe’s Speedway. Brett travels and works up to 20 major bike, car and Drag race shows a year. Including the last 5 years at the world famous “SEMA SHOW” in Las Vegas.

Brett became the spokesman for Bad Boy Mowers in 2004 and continues to work with the Arkansas based lawn mover company doing all there commercials and events and even gets to rub elbows with the likes of Willie Nelson and Toby Keith who are also spokesmen for the company.

So lets look at the present for Brett Wagner and see what’s going on. Brett currently hosts the #1 rated show on Speed Channel called “Pass Time”. The drag racing show is on tv 4 days a week and gets 3 million viewers watching. Brett has hosted over a 150 episodes and will be filming for episodes 2009 and 2010. Monster Garage is coming back to the airwaves and Brett will once again be taking over the helm as the voice of the popular show for Discovery Channel in late 2009-2010. His alter ego “The Big Schwag” wrote a book with co-author Bruce Collins called “The Big Schwags Positive Self Help Guide for Complete Losers Like You”. Which is selling very well and can be bought at Amazon.com. And on the acting front Brett has got two major movies coming out in early 2010. Tekken the widely popular fighting game for the arcade was made into a major motion picture with our buddy Brett Wagner playing the grumpy bartender. And a remake of the famous George Romero film “The Crazies” where Brett plays the lead crazy “Jesse” which will be released in February 2010.

Schedule of signings at the Texas Motorplex Souvenir Stand:
Friday, Oct. 21:          6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 22:   12 p.m. to 1 p.m.  &  6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 23:        2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

 

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2010 Racer Appreciation Awards Banquet

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Fat Daddy’s Hosting LenMar Motorsports ADRL World Finals VI Kick-Off Party

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MANSFIELD, TX (October 14, 2010) – The American Drag Racing League (ADRL) and LenMar Motorsports will hold a LenMar Motorsports ADRL World Finals VI kick-off party from 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 at Fat Daddy’s Sports & Spirits Cafe in Waxahachie, TX.  The World Finals take place on Oct. 22-23 at Texas Motorplex in Ennis, TX, and the kick-off party will be the perfect way to start what will be a memorable weekend.

LenMar Motorsports co-owner and Pro Extreme driver Gaylen Smith will be on hand, as will his “Bounty Hunter” PX car. Several other ADRL drivers will also be in attendance for the festivities, along with the Summit Racing Equipment Big Foot Monster Truck and the Police Interceptor Jet Car.  There will be live music from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., along with food and drink specials, door prizes and live giveaways.  Local radio station, 106.9 “The Ranch,” will also be doing a live remote at the spacious, 18,000 square-foot club. Complimentary tickets for the LenMar Motorsports ADRL World Finals VI will also be available at the kick-off party at Fat Daddy’s, which is considered one of the top sports bars in the Dallas area.  “It’s just going to be a great kick-off event for the weekend,” Fat Daddy’s Director of Operations John Paynter said. “It promises to be a good time for everyone.” 

Smith and the other ADRL drivers on hand will be available for pictures and autographs. In addition to the ADRL cars that will be displayed at the event, several different hot rods from the amazing “House of Hot Rods” will also be featured for fans.  “No doubt, it’s going to be a lot of fun,” Smith said. “Everyone there is going to have a good time.  “For people that haven’t been to a lot of cars shows or anything like that, this will be a good time for them to see all of this. Fat Daddy’s is such a cool place and it will be a great place to hang out and have a good time before the racing starts on Friday.”

ABOUT LENMAR MOTORSPORTS
Based in Mansfield, Texas, LenMar Motorsports was founded in 2006 by Gaylen Smith and Mark Eddins to provide a full-service race car building and maintenance shop. LenMar Motorsports operates out of an 18,000-square-foot facility that incorporates a full climate-controlled machine shop, engine dyno room, chassis shop, and engine building and tuning area. LenMar Motorsports also is an official VP Fuels and NOS nitrous oxide distributor. For more information on LenMar Motorsports, visit www.LenMarMotorsports.com.

ABOUT THE ADRL
Based in O’Fallon, Missouri, the American Drag Racing League is the nation’s premier sanctioning body for the sport of eighth-mile drag racing. The professional categories featured in the ADRL are Extreme Pro Stock, Pro Extreme Motorcycle, Extreme 10.5, Pro Nitrous and Pro Extreme, the quickest doorslammer class in all of drag racing. The 2010 ADRL tour consists of 10 national events run throughout the United States. For more information on the ADRL, visit www.ADRL.us.

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Super Chevy Show Schedule of Events

May 5, 2010 by  
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Super Chevy Show Schedule of Events
May 21-23, 2010
SuperChevyShow.com – 30 years!

Friday, May 21, 2010
10 a.m.:  Participant gates open / participant parking
2 p.m.:   Tech inspection
4 p.m.:   Spectator gates open
5 p.m.:   Test-n-Tune
8 p.m.:   Credential sales conclude / tech inspection closes
9 p.m.:   Staging lanes close for final runs
10 p.m.:  Secure track

Saturday, May 22, 2010
9 a.m.:   Racer gates open / participant parking / tech for new arrivals
9 a.m.:   Car show registration & Setup (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
10 a.m.-4 p.m.: Autocross
10:30 a.m.:  Car show judging seminar (10:30 a.m.)
11 a.m.:  Spectator gates open
11 a.m.:  Time-trial runs for bracket classes
12 p.m.:  True street challenge cruise
2 p.m.:   BONUS bracket race (Elec run together, no E run together, mix classes for Final Round)
5 p.m.:   Pro show – (Beat the Heat, all run Q1, fuel altereds)
Following Pro: BONUS bracket finals
5:30 p.m.:  Car show special awards
6 p.m.:   Pro show – (Fuel altered, 10 Q2, Beat the Heat, Wheelstander, Jet)
7 p.m.:   QUICK 8 bracket race (electronics class, no electronics class)
8 p.m.:   QUICK 8 finals 
8 p.m:   Pro show – (Beat the Heat, fuel altereds, Wheelstander, Jet)
9 p.m.:   Secure track
 
Sunday, May 23, 2010
8 a.m.:   Racer gates open / tech for new arrivals
8 a.m.:   Spectator gate
8:30 a.m.:  RFC service in car show tent
9 a.m.-3 p.m.:  Autocross
9:30 a.m.:  “Run for the Money” – time trial
10:00 a.m.:  Shoebox Shootout – qualifier one (8-car qualifier)
10:30 a.m.:  “Run for the Money” – dial-in run
10:30 a.m.:  Car show judging seminar
11:00 a.m.:  Shoebox Shootout – qualifier two (8-car qualifier)
11:30 a.m.:  Bracket race round one (elec, no e, Shoebox, DOT)
3 p.m.:   Pro show – (Wheelstander, Jet)
3:30 p.m.:  Car show series event awards
5 p.m.:   Secure track

 RACE CLASS INFORMATION

Saturday Bonus Race – $2,500 total Payout – .5 Full Tree – Cross-Talk ON
Winner: $1,200
R/U:  $500
Semi:  $200
¼:  $100
Entry:  $60
Saturday’s bonus race will feature Electronic and Non-Electronic racers running in separate categories until the final round. Electronic winner and the Non-Electronic winner will face-off for the $1,200 to win and $500 to runner-up final.

Saturday QUICK 8 Race – $800 total Payout – .5 Full Tree – (Electronics- Cross-Talk ON, NO Electronics- Cross-Talk OFF)
Winner: $ 500
R/U:  $ 200
Semi:  $ 50
Entry:  $ 100
The Quick E class of 8, and Quick NoE class of 8 will be determined based of f the 2 runs made Saturday at12pm. A Qualifier list will be posted at 3pm and the Top 8 of each will then go to Race Control to pay and enter for the QUICK 8 Saturday night Show. If a Top 8 does not pay to enter, then the next alternative will have the option to pay to enter the Quick class, etc until both classes have 8 racers.

Sunday Bracket 1 (Electronics) Payout – 1/4mile, .5 full tree, Cross-Talk ON
Winner: $3,000
Runner-Up: $1,500
Semi:  $500
¼:  $200
1/8:  $100
Entry:  $60
Time and schedule permitting, first round buybacks will be available for Bracket 1 – $40.

Sunday Bracket 2 (No Electronics) Payout – 1/4mile, .5 full tree, Cross-Talk OFF
Winner: $1,500
Runner-Up: $600
Semi:  $200
¼:  $100
1/8:  $75
Entry:  $60
Time and schedule permitting, first round buybacks will be available for Bracket 2 – $30.

Sunday Shoebox (No Electronics, Shifter) Payout – 1/4mile, .5 full tree, Cross-Talk OFF
8 quickest cars
Winner: $1,000
Runner-Up: $500
Semi:  $250
¼:  $500
1/8:  $25
Entry:  $60

Sunday D.O.T. Payout – 1/4mile, .5 full tree, Cross-Talk OFF (DOT Street Tires and Mufflers required.)
Winner: $1,000
Runner-Up: $400
Semi:  $125
¼:  $100
Entry:  $60
Time and schedule permitting, first round buybacks will be available for D.O.T. – $20.

Payout Information: All payouts will be available in Race Control Suite 208, the day of the race once we reach the payout rounds. 

NOTE: All classes must be Chevy bodied -or- Chevy powered.
Sportsman Racer Entry Fees

Friday Test ‘n’ Tune Run-Card:  $30
Saturday Quick 8 (Electronics):  $100
Saturday Quick 8 (No Electronics):  $100
Sunday “Run For The Money”:  $20
Saturday Bonus Race:    $40
Sunday Bracket Race:    $60
Racer Full Event Combo:   $115 (Includes Friday TnT, Saturday Bonus Race, and Sunday Bracket)

Saturday True Street Challenge:  Racers who purchase a Drag Race entry will be eligible to also compete in the True Street Challenge (If their car meets the class rules.) All True Street Participants will also be able to compete in Sunday’s DOT Race at NO ADDITIONAL FEE.

Restricted Area Crew Pass:   $40 (valid Friday – Sunday)   
Extra Pit Vehicle Parking Pass:  $30

Bracket 1 Buyback                 $40
Bracket 2 Buyback                 $30
DOT Buyback                            $20

Car Show Fees

Car Show (2-day judged class):  $45
Show & Shine (2 day not-judged):  $35

Additional Participants

Swap Meet     $45
Car Corral     $45
Autocross ONLY (Sat & Sun or Sun Only) $35
(Any other participant is welcome to join in the autocross at no additional fee)

Spectator Pricing:
  Adult        Children (11-15)
Friday                 $10      $5
Saturday            $20      $5
Sunday               $15      $5
Weekend           $35      $15

Spectator Advance Ticket Offer:
Buy your weekend spectator tickets in advance of the event and save $15. 

Car show Advance Discounts:
Save $15.00 with advance purchase of car show entry.  Clubs of 10 or more that order in advance also receive to the Car Show Fast Lane at gate 12 first thing Saturday Morning.

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Congratulations to the 2009 O’Reilly Bracket Racing Series Class Champions

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On Saturday, December 5th, Ellis County Auto and Reher-Morrison presented the 2009 Racer Appreciation Awards Banquet in the Texas Motorplex Champions Club. Racers and crew came together to look back on the 2009 O’Reilly Bracket Racing Series and crown the class champions.
Over $5,500 was awarded to the top racers, along with their 2010 Gold Card, trophy, $200 from Royal Purple, and Reher- Morrison apparel. Jr Class Champions also received a Game Card from Speed Zone.

Throughout the banquet, door prizes were given out. Some of the door prizes included an autographed hockey blade from the Dallas Stars, 4 game day tickets to see the Dallas Stars in action, ShowBiz Cinemas movie tickets, and tickets to see the Waxahachie Tour of Homes Christmas Show. Local restaurants donated gift certificates, including Fat Daddys, Cotton Patch, Buffalo Wild Wings, TaMolly’s, and Chick-Fil-A. Die cast cars from Robert Hight, Tony Pedregon, and Gary Scelzi were also on the prize table. Autographed pistons from John Force, Ashley Force Hood, and Robert Hight were among the door prizes as well. Royal Purple t-shirts, hats, visors, and gloves were another popular choice with winners.

The winner of the new JCL 4X4 300 four wheeler was Carol Jenkins of Dawson, Texas. Throughout the season, entry forms were given out at bracket races. Bradley Wilson, Jr Overall Points Class Champion, stepped up to draw the winning name.

Jeff Lopez and Jackie Jones went to the final round at the AER Race Of Champions “Run For The Block” race on October 31st, 2009 and were awarded their AER Long Block at the banquet.

Congratulations to all of the Class Champions, runner ups, and top finalists in each class, as well as our Contingency Connection Bonus Winners, and Special Recognition Winners.

JR Sportsman: Bradley Wilson, Ryan McClaskey
JR Modified: Taylor Bright, Adrian Acevedo, Nicholas Aydelotte, Bailey Williams
JR Top Eliminator: Ryan Gleghorn, Kyle Armstrong, Will Winn, Daniel Aydelotte
JR Overall Points Champion: Bradley Wilson
Super Pro: Jeff Lopez, Jackie Jones, Bob Koski, Rusty Branum, Jack Mauldin Jr
Pro: Robby Lopez, Jack Mauldin Jr, Jeff Lopez, Jackie Jones, Doug Haning
No Electronics: Austin Williams, Charles Dickenson, Wayne Pratt, Jimmy Falkenbach, Glenn Morphew
Quick 16: Jeff Lopez, Doug Haning, Mike Crader, Shane Cox
Bracket Overall Points Champion: Robby Lopez
Hedman Hedders/Trans-Dapt Champion: Jackie Jones
PerformanceParts.com Champion: Charles Dickenson
PX3 Lubricants All Stars Champion: Doug Haning
JE Pro Seal Rings Sportsman of the Year Champion: Jack Mauldin Jr
Richmond Gear Weekend Warrior Champions: Wayne Pratt, Jason Rogers, Jeff Lopez, Cliff Loveless, Robby Lopez, Austin Williams
AER Race of Champions Finalists: Jeff Lopez, Jackie Jones
Reher Morrison Engine Building School Winner: Mike Crader
NHRA King of the Track Aerospace Components Champion: Jeff Lopez
2009 ET Finals Race Of Champions representatives: Robby Lopez, Austin Williams
2009 ET Finals Class Winners: Warren Wrights, Jason Kizlinski
2009 Summit Racing Series Finals Participants: Warren Wright, Jason Kizlinski

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