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Airman, Keith Gerhard, flew over from McGuire Air Force Base to do battle in his '86 Fiero. His competitor in the finals, Vito Ferrante, had the unenviable task of commuting all the way from Staten Island--and he wanted something to show for it. But once the lights came down, Gerhard was all over Ferrante's '00 GP. A .504 light left the GP sitting with a .628, and the Fiero cruised to a 16.75 on a 16.69 dial. Vito took the second-place trophy back to the Island with a losing 15.85 on a 15.81 dial-in.