FAST Revolution Award winners are hand-selected by judges looking for a standout hot rod utilizing new-age technology, while maintaining a street rod or muscle car theme. The winning vehicle doesn’t require the nicest engine, paint scheme or even FAST parts, but it must utilize EFI and represent ingenuity.
So far in 2017, winners of the award and a custom-made, one-of-a-kind trophy include:
Steve Huff of Brandenton, Florida – 1937 Ford at Southeast Street Rod Nationals in Tampa on March 31-April 2
Butch Winters of Edmond, Oklahoma – 1933 Ford Coupe at Southwest Street Rod Nationals in Oklahoma City on April 7-9
Joshua Hodges of Bakersfield, California – 1969 Chevy Camaro at Western Street Rod Nationals in Bakersfield on April 28-30
Billy Dawson of Dallas, North Carolina – 1934 Nash at Street Rod Nationals South in Knoxville, Tennessee on May 5-7
Larry & Mary Stephens of Sapulpa, Oklahoma – 1968 Camaro at Mid-America Street Rod Nationals in Springfield, Missouri on May 26-28
Mike & Lisa Little of Spring Grove, Pennsylvania – 1952 Chevrolet pickup at Street Rod Nationals East in York, Pennsylvania on June 2-4
Jerry Seqovia of Gallup, New Mexico – 1973 Chevrolet Camaro at Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals in Pueblo, Colorado on June 23-25
Robert Beachy of New Philadelphia, Ohio – 1932 Ford at 48th Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky on August 3-4.
Rick Norton of Strathroy, Ontario – 1945 Chevrolet pickup at Street Rod Nationals North in Kalamazoo, Michigan on Sept. 8-10
Alan Kunesh of Union, Maine – 1941 Willys at Northeast Street Rod Nationals in Burlington, Vermont on Sept. 15-17