- Published on Monday, 28 July 2014 12:07
Tempests, Trans Ams, Firebirds, GTOS and other Pontiacs will be revved up and ready to roll for the 23rd Annual Ames Performance Tri-Power Pontiac Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park this weekend, Aug. 1-3, 2014.
The revered retro event will pack a lot of punch with its bracket and heads-up racing, car show, swap-meet, manufacturers' midway and opportunities to buy or sell Pontiacs in the Car Corral.
Longtime Pontiac powerhouse Arnie Beswick, who is nicknamed the Farmer and has through the years piloted Super Stockers, Funny Cars and Nostalgia Door-Slammers, will make exhibition passes in his '64 GTO known as Tameless Tiger and sign autographs on Saturday and Sunday. The Boss Bird, a replica of his '71 Trans Am Funny Car, will be on-site.
Hungry race, show and swap-meet participants will be invited to partake in the Ames Performance Buffet on Saturday night.
Adult admission costs $15 daily, $25 for Saturday and Sunday or $35 for the weekend. Children 12 and younger are admitted free of charge. For information - or costs for the car show, swap meet, Car Corral, High Performance Pontiac Magazine Pontiacs on Parade, driver entries into All Pontiacs.com Super Pro, Super Duty Pro, Tin Indian Performance Street, Kauffman Racing Equipment Quick 15, Butler Performance Frantic Four and MR-1 Heads-Up - call Super Duty Productions at 419-663-7383 or visit www.pontiacnationals.com or www.summitmotorsportspark.com.
"The Tri-Power Pontiac Nationals is the largest event of its kind in North America and a must-attend for anyone in the Pontiac hobby," said Bill Bader, Jr., president of Summit Motorsports Park.