Event Results

Full Event Results from the October 24-26, 2014 Texas Mile

The October 2014 Texas Mile Event had absolutely gorgeous weather and we were able to complete 1241 runs for the weekend. 97 of those runs were over 200 MPH making this the fastest overall event we have ever had!

Check out all of the highlights from the October 2014 event below.

Highlights & Records

  • FASTEST VEHICLE OF THE WEEKEND: Mark Hediaker’s, M2K Motorsport Ford GT was back in action at this event with a whole new look. Dressed up in its new Gulf paint scheme the Ford GT hit a whopping 273MPH…. twice! Although they did not beat their own current record they do get the bragging rights as the overall fastest vehicle of the event weekend.
  • FASTEST MOTORCYCLE RIDER & FASTEST FEMALE OF THE WEEKEND: This honor goes to Brenda Carver who went 227.7 MPH. Brenda has been a long time participant of the Texas Mile and continues to go faster and faster. Make sure to look for her in her pink tutu in March of 2015.
  • NEW CADILLAC CTS-V RECORD: We had 24 registered Cadillac’s for the October 2014 event weekend the most we have had to date. The fastest Cadillac of the weekend was Andy Mages who went 211.9 MPH in his ADM Performance Supercharged 2011 Cadillac CTS-V. The previous record was held by Mark Marquardt at 200.9MPH; Mark was also the first person to take a Cadillac over 200 MPH. Andy is now the 2nd person to go over 200MPH in a Cadillac.

Special thanks to Sewell Performance, a Texas Mile Sponsor for 2014.

  • NEW PORSCHE TURBO RECORD: Congratulations to Tim Siachitano and his team who set a new Porsche Turbo record at 235.1 MPH besting his previous record of 227.1 MPH. Tim travels to the Texas Mile each year all the way from New York! He continues to go faster and we hope to see him in March 2015.
  • HORDES OF CORVETTES:  The love that people have for corvettes shows prominently at The Texas Mile. There were a total of 63 registered corvettes for the October event. This is the most we have ever had in one event. The fastest Corvette of the weekend was Mike Robinson who went 205.9 MPH in his 2006 Corvette Z06.
    Although, there was no new record set for the corvette group we look forward to March 2015 where we expect and anticipate a few Corvettes with some major Horsepower!
  • FIAT RECORD: Congrats to George Harbeson who bested his previous record of 119.2MPH to 123.8MPH! That is one fast little car.
  • WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT: The Texas Mile is a proud supporter of The Wounded Warrior Project. This past weekend we had more than 50 wounded warriors and their families stop in to check out the event. During the event our staff had the pleasure of meeting Kevin Trimble who is a veteran that was wounded in Afghanistan in 2011. Kevin has an incredible spirit and we wanted to do something special for him to thank him for all of the sacrifices he has made for us and this country. The Texas Mile staff teamed up with AC Motorsports (also an event sponsor) and devised a plan to surprise Kevin with a ride in the AC Motorsports Audi R8. Kevin was thrilled and more than happy to do a ride along. Kevin and driver JC Slaton went 180MPH.


  • MOST EXOTIC: Winner goes to Dan Nixon in his orange Lamborghini Aventador, a seriously exceptional vehicle.
  • BEST MOTORCYCLE PAINT JOB: Winner is Hussain Alsowaigh and his hot pink 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R. Breast Cancer awareness anyone?!
  • BEST AUTOMOBILE PAINT JOB: Winner is Kelly Bonilla with his Chrome Blue 2007 Ford Mustang. You couldn't miss this shiny Mustang.
        ** Both of our Paint Job winners had wraps on their vehicles, but boy did they look good!
  • HOTTEST BIKE: Winner Brenda Carver with her 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa was also the Fastest Female Motorcycle rider of the weekend as well as the fastest motorcycle overall of the weekend. Her top speed was 227MPH! Congratulations to Brenda.
  • HOTTEST TRUCK: Winner goes to Monty Weeks in his Red 2000 Ford F150. Monty went 162.0 MPH. That is one fast truck!
  • HOTTEST CAR: Winner is Matt Brooks in his blue 2014 Corvette Stingray. That blue Corvette sure is pretty.
  • LONGEST HAUL: The winner drove to Texas all the way from Quebec, Canada, a round trip of approximately 4,020 miles. To top off this win, he drove to the mile in the car he actually ran the mile in, no tow vehicle for this guy! Congratulations to Peter Atanassov and thank you for coming. We hope to see you next year.
  • MOST RUNS OVER 200MPH: There was a two way tie for this award. Both Valerie Thompson and Troy Jones did 7 runs over 200 MPH. Valerie's top speed was 217.7 MPH on her 2012 BMW 1000, and Troy's top speed was 212.5 MPH on his 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa.

    We want to also mention the next top 6 competitors that had the most runs over 200 MPH. All of these participants had 5 runs over 200MPH and if we had a 2nd place trophy there would have been a 6 way tie!

    Hussain Alsowaigh: his top speed was 222.0 MPH on his 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa.
    Brenda Carver: her top speed was 227.7 MPH on her 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300.
    Aaron Cluck: his top speed was 207.4 MPH on his 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa.
    Mike Colby: his top speed was 219.7 MPH in his 2005 Ford GT.
    Ed Fox: his top speed was 207.7 MPH in his 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8.
    Derek Venable: his top speed was 217.3 MPH in his 2013 Ford Shelby GT500.

  • MOST RUNS FOR A VEHICLE: There is a 3 way tie for this award. Gary Damesek, J. Royce Cameron, and Daylon Magnia all made a total of 12 runs during the event weekend!

    Here are their top speeds:
    Gary Damesek, 175.0 MPH in his 2010 Corvette ZR1
    J. Royce Cameron, 156.7 MPH in his 2008 Porsche 911- Carrera S
    Daylon Magnia, 175.4 MPH in his 2007 Corvette Z06
  • MOST RUNS FOR A MOTORCYCLE: There is a tie for this award. Troy Jones and Frank Dixon managed to do 13 runs each over the event weekend! (And they were both on the same kind of bike, what a coincidence!)

    Here are their top speeds:
  • Troy Jones, 212.5 MPH, 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa
    Frank Dixon, 195.7 MPH, 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa

The next event will be March 27-29, 2015. Registration opens on January 11, 2015. Make sure you sign up early as spots fill up fast. We look forward to seeing you all again in 2015! 

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Full Event Results from the March 21-23, 2014 Texas Mile

The March 2014 Texas Mile Event was a great success. Even with the rain out on Sunday, we were able to get in 891 total runs on Friday and Saturday, 53 of which were over 200MPH! Check out the cool records and highlights below.

Highlights & Records

  • FASTEST DRIVER OF THE WEEKEND: The fastest speed of the weekend was 227.1MPH achieved by Tim Siachitano in his 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo. Congrats to Tim and his crew!!!
  • FASTEST MOTORCYCLE RIDER OF THE WEEKEND: Nelson Pupo was the fastest motorcycle rider of the weekend achieving a top speed of 225.6MPH on his 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa. Nelson went over 204MPH a total of 4 times over the event weekend.
  • FASTEST FEMALE MOTORCYCLE RIDERS: We had some very fast female motorcycle riders this event.
    • Top honor goes to Jennifer Robertson who achieved a top speed of 214.0MPH on her 2005 Suzuki GSX 1300R.
    • Congrats also to Valerie Thompson who achieved a top speed of 200.4MPH on her 2012 BMW S 1000.
    • Congrats, also to Rebecca Ebert who went 195.6MPH on her 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX 1300R.
  • FASTEST CORVETTE OF THE WEEKEND: David Ghiselin and team LaQuay Motorsports left the Texas Mile maintaining their title as the fastest corvette. David achieved a top speed of 213.2MPH in a 2002 Corvette Z06 toping his previous speed from October 2013 of 206.3MPH, not quite besting his previous March 2013 record of 216.3MPH.

    We had a total of 33 corvettes attend the Texas Mile March 2014 event. The corvette crowd loves this event and we appreciate their support!
  • CADILLAC CTS-V LUXURY AND SPEED: We had a total of 18 registered Cadillac's at the March 2014 event. The fastest CTS-V of the weekend was Mark Marquardt who went 200.9MPH, the first CTS-V to go 200MPH at The Texas Mile! That sure is a fast luxury car, Mark! Wow.

Special thanks to Sewell Performance, a Texas Mile Sponsor for March 2014.

  • OUR FIRST FIAT AT THE TEXAS MILE: We were excited to see how fast the Fiat would go, congrats to George Harbeson for obtaining the new Fiat record at 119.2MPH. This Fiat is a 2012 Hatchback 4 cylinder engine with a single turbo. We look forward to seeing George and his Fiat at the next event.
  • CROWD FAVORITE: The sound of that Orange Lamborghini Aventador was a head turner. Dan Nixon's car sure was the crowd favorite of the weekend. The Lamborghini's top speed was 186.1MPH.


The following people won awards based on votes at the event! Make sure you vote at the next Texas Mile event for your favorites!

  • HOTTEST TRUCK: Oren Albright wins Hottest Truck with his Red 1969 Chevrolet C10. Oren achieved a top speed of 131.1MPH.
  • HOTTEST CAR & BEST VEHICLE PAINT JOB: George Harbeson in his Gray 2012 Fiat Abarth, currently the Fastest Fiat at the Texas Mile!
  • HOTTEST BIKE & BEST MOTORCYCLE PAINT JOB: Dave Wagner wins Hottest Bike with his 2008 Suzuki GSX 1300R.
  • MOST EXOTIC: Terry Dreibelbis and her team, B.E.S.T in Texas win the award for Most Exotic in their yellow 1953 Studebaker Cammander Starline. This car is definately one you can't miss.
  • LONGEST HAUL: Rod Borsche, #1000 - 2008 Honda CBR 1000 RR, painted Blue with white lightning also known as the “Miller Bike”.
  • BEST VEHICLE PAINT JOB: Winner, Mark Heidaker, #249 - 2006 Ford GT, “The CAMO Car”.
  • LONGEST HAUL: Darren & Lloyd Harder who came all the way from Saskatoon, Canada, a total of 1,970+ miles one way!
  • MOST RUNS FOR A VEHICLE: Jess Olson wins the award for Most Runs done by a Vehicle. Jess made 9 total runs with a top speed of 193.3MPH in his 2013 Camaro.
  • MOST RUNS ON A MOTORCYCLE: Rebecca Ebert wins the award for most runs done by a motorcycle. Rebecca made 9 total runs with a top speed of 195.6MPH on her 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX 1300R.
  • MOST RUNS OVER 200MPH: Mark Tredway wins the award for the most runs over 200MPH. Mark made a total of 5 runs over 200MPH with his top speed being 224.3MPH. Mark rode his 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa. Congrats Mark!

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Jessica Reyna
The Texas Mile
Event Coordinator &
Director of Customer Experience

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