• Bill Davis/News Brittany Durant, top, takes a photo as James “Doc” Love signs the shirt of Serenity Williams during Friday’s special event at Pacemakers in Mount Vernon.
  • Bill Davis/News Jerry Johnston, better known as “Monza” on the reality TV show “Street Outlaws,” looks over the engine of his car during an event at Pacemakers in Mount Vernon.

MOUNT VERNON — Three-year-old Serenity Williams was as excited as anyone to be at Pacemakers on Friday.

She was there to meet two of the stars from the hit cable show “Street Outlaws.”

After getting a hug from the Outlaw known as “Doc,” Williams was asked if Doc was one of her favorites.

She just stared.

“She likes the cars,” her mother, Brittany Durant, explained.

Williams and Durant drove with Josh Cook all the way from Fostoria to meet with the Street Outlaws at Pacemakers during its test and tune trials Friday evening. Doc, whose real name is James Love, was joined by Jerry “Monza” Johnston at the staging area to sign autographs and meet with fans.

The meet-and-greet was a last-minute arrangement by Pacemakers chief Rod Zolman. The two stars were at Mountain View Park on Thursday and was able to convince them to come to Mount Vernon.

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