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33559 Famoso Rd
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93250
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McFarland, CA
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MegaSpeed Custom Car & Truck Show 2012

It is no doubt that there have been major changes in the automotive aftermarket industry and even in the local scene, but no one in Canada expected a change of guard for the Performance World show. Now under new management, the show name has been changed to the MegaSpeed Custom Car & Truck Show and despite the winded new name, the showcase was on point. All under one roof (although spread out into three halls) were a showcase of vehicles ranging from the expected classics, rat rods, and muscle cars to awesome tuner vehicles both import and domestic. As the…

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2012

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2012Goodwood HouseGoodwood House, West Sussex, England.July 5-8th, 2012 I’ve followed nearly every Goodwood Festival of Speed event on the internet since 2003, but I knew that was not enough. After many years, I finally had the chance to see it with my own eyes. The Festival of Speed is organizing at the Goodwood House (an old estate) in the United Kingdom bringing thousands of like-minded gear heads together for days of fun.Goodwood Festival of Speed 2012As mentioned on the official website, “The Festival of Speed is the largest motoring garden party in the world – a…

iLDS Winterfest 2016: Tampa, FL

I love Driving Slow (iLDS) presented Winterfest at the Florida State Fairgrounds in the beautiful city of Tampa on December 10, 2016. This year’s Winterfest was sponsored by Status Racing and Motorsports by Reeves. The event featured an indoor and outdoor space which allowed for their Top 100 cars (Fresh100) and all-styles dance battle to showcase indoors and the show cars and vendors to showcase outdoors. This year celebrated the 6th annual Winterfest and iLDS complemented that with custom 6-speed shifter trophies. All of the trophies included shift knobs that were removable and could be used in the winner’s car.…

"A Child's Smile" Charity Car Show

It was a long time in the making, and all began with the Scion scene in a car team called Revoluscion. Jeoffrey Maldonado and Eric Lopez met at one of the weekly meets in downtown Los Angeles and this was where it all began. After a few years of attending shows together as a team, both had their own sense of business and went separate ways. Jeff with 742 Marketing and Eric with Geisha Events; while the past year went by many affiliations were made on both sides and the foundations grew to be strong. Eric took control of the…