Don't forget the reigning Impala SS TV champion...
That is "The Fastest Impala SS in the Land" The Horsepower TV's fastest Impala SS in the Land. None other than Troy Clark and his 396 nitrous SS.
Did you guys see that segment on TV back in 1999? Awesome fun. And spearheaded by the biggest Dawg of them all, John Rafteseth. Now that is one cool dude who deserves that big dog title. One reason John is The Big Dog, (or better stated, Big Daddy), is that he will put on and organize a show for the rest of us, and also blow a tranny during or before the event, and still have fun.
Now to the point of my post: See now if you have this event, it should bring a bunch of big dogs out of the garage and also give the rest a fun reason to get to the track.
It would be very cool to see this Super Heavy Shootout happen. I'm rootin for you Mike B. and hope it goes well. (It's a headache doing events sometimes isn't it).
If you do have a headsup racing, it's easier to organize if you have designated and official qualification rounds. That helps set the ladder and makes people earn the right to race and not just haphazard in the pairings. Then when the ladder comes down from the tower and the pairings are run down the track, there may be suprises and some high qualifiers may have trouble and the lower qualifiers might be first to finish. That makes the racing fun to watch, and fun for the drivers too. The Big Dog may not be the fastest car that day.
The Big Dog of the day will have to run at least 5 good rounds that day.
Oh, hey, queation: don't you think the natural big dogs would like a pro tree too? Red lighting in headsup racing is no fun at all.