Will it be your name that goes on the not-so-sacred Yay-Hoo Cup? As you've probably seen on SportsCenter, Fox News, or read in the Ladies Home Journal, Jeff Yocum (Flamedabone) is not driving his fire-breathing beast of a blown Pontiac powered Model A to the Hamb Drags this year. I haven't seen an official comment as to why, but we think he deserves a year off from the 1300 mile trip to whup everyones butt. That does leave the competition for the Yay-Hoo Cup wide open to all comers. This is the year that anything can happen and anybody could have a shot at taking home the title. You just have to have the guts to drive your jalopy from home to Mokan in the 100+* blistering summer and run 'er down the track faster than any of the Cup contenders. Pull that off and you'll get: 1) a bitchin' timing tag to put on your dash or firewall 2) your name forever enshrined on the Yay-Hoo Cup 3) an ice cold Shiner Bock to drink from of the Cup 4) the admiration and reverence of hot rodders for generations to come As always, the Yay-Hoos want as many competitors as possible to take part in this year's race. Slow, quick, or in-between; if you drove it from your hometown to race, we want your name on our list. Come see us at Hoo-Ville just past the bleachers on the pit side. It's the blue pop-up with the Yay-Hoo banner and a bunch of Yay-Hoos lounging around. Here's the fine print. The Yay-Hoos have final say and decisions on how the Cup is awarded. You must live and drive at least 150 miles from Joplin. No trailering to 150 miles out and driving from there. You must be signed up on the the list to be eligible.