Car of the Week: Seth Lancaster's 1989 Chevy S-10

Car of the Week: Seth Lancaster's 1989 Chevy S-10

Welcome to the BTE Racing Car of the Week series, where we feature our customers and fans, and the cars (and trucks) they love to race. Today, we're featuring Seth Lancaster from Baileyton, Alabama, and his 1989 Chevy S-10.
 
How did you get into drag racing?
My dad has been bracket racing for a long time, and he was the one that got me into racing.
 
When and where was your first race?
My first race was in 2006, when I got a four-wheeler and raced in the motorcycle class at the Baileyton "Good Time" Dragstrip.
 
What model/year do you race now?
I now race a 1989 S-10.
 
Does your car have a nickname?
Its nickname is Chigger and there's a too long of a story behind it to explain, but I usually just call it the S10.
 
What's under the hood?
It has a 355 small-block Chevy.
 
Which BTE products do you use in your vehicle and why?
I run a BTE converter because I know they are extremely reliable.
 
Someone you look up to in racing?
I look up to my dad the most because he's taught me everything I know about racing. He's always been there to answer my questions and help me work on my truck when I don't know how.
 
If money were no object, what would you drive?
If money were no object, I'd have a tube chassis 1969 Camaro running low 5's with an awesome paint job.
 
What is your pre-race ritual (if you have one)?
I stop at the gas station and get a chocolate milk before every race.
 
Posted by Amber Ambrose at 11:58 AM