SALEM - The Stadium GM Steel Valley Super Nationals will be returning to Quaker City Motorsports Park again in June, according to Corey Ward, owner of the event.
Ward said the Stadium GM Superstore will be playing a key role as it has in the past. The event is known for assembling thousands of high-performance dream rides, car owners, and spectators at Quaker City Motorsports Park.
"We have enjoyed producing the 'Super Nats' for years at Quaker City Motorsports Park," Ward said. "We love the location and the facilities, and our participants do too.
Kara Kramp, 11, of Salem is pictured checking out a street rod in the municipal parking lot staging area during the 2012 Salem Super Cruise. She attends Southeast Elementary School. (Salem News photo by Larry Shields)
"It will be an ideal way to spend an early summer weekend at Quaker City Motorsports Park with some of the most eye-catching cars ever put together. We invite all owners and fans of great performance machines to come join us."
The annual event also attracts high-performance street machines, hot rods, and dragsters. It will be held June 21-23.
Quaker City Motorsports Park has hosted this three-day national celebration of horsepower and dream machines since 2006. Ward said the track will be jammed with over 3,000 high-end hot rods, street rods, muscle cars, custom trucks, sport compacts, motorcycles and over 25,000 spectators celebrating the rumble, roar, and tire smoke coming from all makes and models of two-wheel-drive performance vehicles.
The SVSN is held each year in conjunction with the Quaker City Super Cruise in downtown Salem. That event, which also draws thousands of hot cars each year, featured a two-day appearance by the Goodyear Blimp last year.