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Alex Viscardi of New Iberia, Louisiana, was at the wheel of the Viscardi Industrial Services '66 Pro Mustang earning his competition license. Packing an Al Moody-built, 598ci bullet with three Speedtech nitrous guns, the Pony was creeping up on a full hit when Viscardi lost control of it in the last qualifier. The driver was OK, and the damage was cosmetic. Crew chief Dan Parker, who also built the chassis, told us they're looking at a 732ci engine for the vintage Ford, but they also plan to build an all-new, twin-turbo big-block '07 Mustang next year. Either way, we expect the team to be fast once they return.