|MM&FF True Street Top 25 and Winners|
|3||Robert Mancha||9.400||9-Second Winner|
|5||Darin Watkins||10.013||10-Second Winner|
|12||David Polverari||11.307||11-Second Winner|
|16||Jesus Flores||12.053||12-Second Winner|
|22||Chris Watts||13.103||13-Second Winner|
|28||Drew Lopez||14.757||14-Second Winner|
Robert Mancha (near lane),...
Robert Mancha (near lane), the 9-second True Street winner, launches during Tremec True Street competition on Saturday. The daily-driven 331ci '93 coupe averaged 9.400, enough to be invited back to the Lone Star Shootout.
Alvin Stock is rockin' some...
Alvin Stock is rockin' some sweet matte-black CCW wheels on his '03 Cobra during the True Street cruise. The blacked out Terminator was built by Stock's son and averaged 12.253.
Jesus Flores cruises his '96...
Jesus Flores cruises his '96 GT during the True Street cruise. Flores averaged 12.053 in the competition-enough for the 12-second win.
True Street competitors cool...
True Street competitors cool down in the staging lanes before beginning their three back-to-back runs. The white GT in the foreground was driven by David Polverari to win the best 11-second average. The '92 GT utilizes a stock short-block, "X" heads, and a 150-shot of juice.
Chris Watts of Richmond, Texas,...
Chris Watts of Richmond, Texas, averaged 13.103 to win the 13-second plaque.
Fourteen-second winner Drew...
Fourteen-second winner Drew Lopez launches his '92 GT during Saturday's True Street competition.