SEMA Show Highlights

“Gentleman Joe” Schubeck Ready to Light Up SEMA Ignited

By SEMA News Staff

Gentleman Joe 
“Gentleman Joe” Schubeck will light up SEMA Ignited with Vintage Dragsters.

SEMA Hall of Fame member “Gentleman Joe” Schubeck will fire up his Vintage ’65 Top Fuel, Front Engine Dragster—along with three additional Vintage dragsters—at the SEMA Show’s official after-party, SEMA Ignited.

The three dragsters are: The Iron Horse, owned by Sam Chastain; The Southwind, owned by Jay Carpenter; and Tommy Allen’s “Soapy Sales,” all active Fuel Dragster racers in the sixties.

All credentialed Showgoers are invited to come see the flames dancing from the exhaust stacks and hear that special sound that embodies pure power, even at idle.

As a grand finale, all four of our Nitro dragsters will fire up together for a sound that will be heard for miles around. When the dragster engines shut off, the spectators are invited to ask questions and have a photo opportunity with these beautiful cars.