The third annual Holley LS Fest took place in Bowling Green, Ky. Some might ask, why Bowling Green? Being the home of the Corvette, it makes complete sense to have a festival celebrating LS powered cars. Driving the back road to get to the race park, I was struck with an observation. Kentuckians really know how to appreciate heritage behind car power plants.
An event new to many people in Bowling Green was the drifting competition. With the final rounds of Midwest Drift Union and Streetwise Drift looming in the distance, Pro-Am drivers from both events met in Bowling Green, Ky., for the LS Fest drifting competition. Due to time constraints and a total of 14 drivers, the Top 13 drivers were chosen in an interesting fashion (Ben Lewallen had engine issues and had to sit the event out). Little slips of paper numbered 1-13 were put into a hat and drawn out by the drivers.