Hairston wins 2010 PSCA Championship
Date: December 02, 2010
Author: John Gutheil
Clint “The Milkman” Hairston has won the 2010 Pacific Street Car Association Pro Street World Championship driving the Hairston Motorsports and Racing Jerry Bickel built 2007 GTO powered by a Duttweiler Performance 377 CID twin turbocharged small block Chevy.
Hairston finished the season with a 75 point lead over John Scialpi’s beautiful blown 57 Chevy. “John was really coming on strong in the second half of the season but we got the job done based our strong first half of the season performance,” commented Clint. “We are really excited about next year because Duttweiler has just finished our new engine which should be up on power over our old reliable 377 engine. I think 5 second runs will happen in 2011,” Hairston further stated.
Hairston currently holds the Pacific Street Car Association (PSCA) Pro Street National E.T. (6.084) and MPH (239.44) records and the West Coast Hot Rod Association (WCHRA) National Speed record (240.77 mph).
Hairston Motorsports & Racing would like to give special thanks to Lucas Oil for being our title sponsor this year and also thank our many other loyal sponsors; Pertronix, Duttweiler Performance, Precision Turbo, XS Power, Powermaster, Racepak, Hoosier Tire, K&N, Crower Clutches, Lenco, Comp Cams, T&D Machine, Hogan Manifolds, Jesel, Strange, Motive Gear, Inland Empire Driveline, SCE Gaskets, Starside Design, Specialty Fasteners, Russell, Brodix and ARP for their continuing support.
Special thanks to our remarkable crew. Crew Chief, Jake Hairston, Co-Crew Chief, Doug Stewart, Car Chief, Tom Esbri, and Track Consultant, Bill Hickok, for their amazing support for this team.
The Hairston’s 2011 race schedule will be posted on their website soon. www.hairstonmotorsports.com
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