Ryan Mathews Captures the All-American Sunday Shootout in the DSE “White Monster” Camaro at Goodguys Scottsdale

Mooresville, NC – Scottsdale, AZ is not a bad place to be in the middle of November and it was even better due to a fantastic Goodguys Show that included the Autocross Shootout Finals as well as an All-American Sunday. The weather was picture perfect and traffic through the booth was steady all weekend. Goodguys broke a record and had over 4,000 cars which is the largest they have ever had at the event.

Stacy Tucker, driving the DSE 1969 Camaro Test Car, and Ryan Mathews, driving the DSE 1970 Camaro Test Car took part in the Autocross Shootout Finals. Friday was qualifying followed by the single elimination bracket on Saturday. Stacy qualified #13th and had to run against the #1 qualifier Brian Hobaugh in the first round. Brian advanced to the 2nd round where he faced the #7 qualifier, DSE’s own Ryan Mathews. Ryan managed to get through the first round but came up against Brian in the second round who eventually ended his day. Brian went on to advance to the finals where he eventually lost to Danny Popp. Detroit Speed were thrilled to have 9 DSE Equipped cars in the 24 car shootout field.

Sunday was a special day at the Goodguys Show, it was an All-American Sunday. The “Super Sunday” allows American made or powered cars of any year to come out to the show and compete in all the events including the autocross. Detroit Speed had the DSE 2012 White Monster Camaro out at the show. Ryan drove the wheels off of it and came away with the autocross win.

This is another fantastic show for Goodguys, we had a fantastic time competing in the first ever Autocross Shootout Finals. With our Goodguys 2013 schedule now in the books, we look forward to coming back to the west coast in early 2014.

See pictures from the event here.gg-scottsdale-fall-recap-main


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