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The '90 Camaro that Jimmy Spell competes with in the Super Stock GT/K class has been pretty good to the North Carolina-based racer from the start; he collected a runner-up finish at the national event in Reading soon after putting together the car and has since set eight national records.
he ’90 Camaro that Jimmy Spell competes with in the four-speed, and Tom Schweitzer at Schweitzer’s Custom T Super Stock GT/K class has been pretty good to the North Carolina-based racer from the start; he collected a runner-up finish at the national event in Reading soon Paint in Pine Bluff, N.C., did the paint. The car rides on Motegi racing wheels and has Mickey Thompson tires. Spell, whose past rides include a ’67 Buick Gran Sport after putting together the car and has since set eight and a Chevy II, among others, got the racing bug while national records. This season, Spell, fifth in working in New Jersey 20 years ago. Division 2 Super Stock points at the time of “We used to race up there in New Jersey,” said Spell. “I print, is heading towards a top 10 finish. was there working, and I saved my money [and] then came Fifteen years ago, Spell back home to North Carolina and went into business for purchased the body and myself. Now, I’m in the concrete and masonry business and took it to Ed Quay Race do government work. I have to make some money to go Cars in Pottstown, racing with.” Penn., where the Every year, Spell takes a month off of work and makes chassis was built, and his way to Florida to race in the block of divisional and since then, “I haven’t had to turn national events that take place in the area, and the practice any bolts on it, just did gas shocks could very well have him on his way to a win. on the front,” said Spell. “I really thought I might win the race in Richmond,” The 283-cid Chevy engine said Spell, who ran close to his dial in the first two rounds produces 230 horsepower and was but broke out by a hundredth and fell to Jim Harrington in originally built by Bobby Warren, but round three. Spell now builds and refreshes his Spell thanked Jerico own engines. The car’s best times are Transmission and RAM Clutch 10.29 and 129 mph. as well as Patterson Racing “I also build my own headers, my for their assistance. ND own cylinder heads, and do almost everything myself,” said the seasoned racer, who owns Spell Performance in Stedman, N.C. The small-block is enhanced with a 4G carburetor, the transmission is a Jerico or a Stock against F enthusiast, Greg Rowe seems to have
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