It was a dark, starry, lovely night at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Recent SEMA award winners were given an all-expenses paid trip to Belgium, with their cars, to race on the famed track and battle it out for the best. The magic really came together on the last lap, when Art Morrison's 1960 Corvette, who had a large lead, spun out, allowing both Mary Pozzi and Mark Stielow to catch up. Mary, driving her 1971 Camaro, was in 2nd at the time, while Mark, driving his 1969 "Red Devil" Camaro was not far behind. The battle heated up about halfway through, when all 3 competitors were within 3 seconds of each other. Coming around the bend, it was looking more and more like a showdown with the '71 Camaro and the '60 Corvette, both heavily modified and heavily magnificent. Somehow, Mary was able to pull off a pass to the outside of Art Morrison's Corvette, making it Mary-Art-Mark. Mark was able to catch up... But it simply wasn't enough. Mary Pozzi wins by 2.3 seconds, and celebrates in one of the finest Camaro's ever made... for seemingly the 1000th time, claiming the checkered, and closing the books on the Starry SEMA Showdown at Spa.