The Steeda was flat in the corners, yet it absorbed bumps and curbs with ease.
Off track, there was the Saturday night banquet, which featured great barbeque delectables, as well as a host of raffle prizes. This year, event sponsors stepped up in a big way with prizes. Steeda Autosports, Total Mustang Supply, Royal Purple, Garmin, Chicane23, and Tremec Transmissions all made the $35 banquet fee a worthy gamble, and Nitto Tires was looking to get everyone hooked on turning by giving away 30 sets of its NT01 ultra-high-performance tires.
For 2010, the Steeda crew, along with Jeff Lacina, Dell Hughes and the rest of the Trackguys staff are looking to make Camp Steeda even bigger and better, so be sure to put it on your calendar. To keep up with Camp Steeda event information, or for information on other Steeda shows and high-performance driving events, visit www.steeda.com or www.trackguys.com.
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Rene Tercella of West Palm Beach, Florida, was the crowd favorite at the Camp Steeda event
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Jonathan Blevins of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is one of the Trackguys instructors, and he g