Moving west of the city has its benefits and drawbacks. The major drawback being the driving distance to Mosport and Shannonville. Using a 4.0 V8 to get there doesn’t help. I’m just unable to attend all of the events. Luckily I can just post Devo’s videos.
More of his work here: Original Sin.
The World Endurance Championship, might be the new king. Formula 1 will forever keep my interest. It has its ups and downs and the allure of the best drivers and teams is too hard to ignore. However, the WEC is starting to steer my interests elsewhere. A few things are needed for series to enter into legendary status. Ala, Group C, Group B, super tourers, or the first Turbo f1 era. Great drivers, great teams, great cars and great racing. The new WEC generation arguably rivals those great racing eras. It will be the stuff of legends, decade into the future. Heading into Le Mans, no one can accurately predict the winner of the race. Audi, Porsche and Toyota all have a legitimate chance to win. With Nissan joining the fold for 2015 and Ferrari (program is rumoured to be unveiled this Saturday) in 2016, the WEC will be impossible to ignore. AWD, RWD, V4, V6, V8, V10, gas, diesel, electric, hybrids, turbos, KERS, Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, Toyota, Chevrolet, BMW, Nissan, Rebellion, Morgan, ORECA, Ligier, Aston Martin. This is variety that you will not see on the F1 circuit. Below are the spotter guides for all 55 entries. All eyes will be glued to the 7 front runners though. My bold prediction ahead of the race has the No.7 Toyota car on top of the podium at the end.
As Gill mentioned there are few shows (local especially) that offer such an eclectic mix of high quality cars. We were fortunate enough to have a booth set up in the main building; I will start my coverage with that. More to come later!
Euro first (I’m biased)
You don’t see too many RS cars of any variety this side of the pond; try as I might to replicate the cool bits on my A car, nothing compares to the real thing.
Bagged Audi’s a plenty…
There seemed to be fewer VW examples this year; but those that were there represented well.
I have a soft spot for E46′s…this was my favorite BMW on Saturday.
This white STI is just about always my favorite Subaru, if not car, at any show…now it has a (near) twin.
A bagged Supra…that’s new.
This was right up there as one of my favorite cars of the day, and I don’t even really like Hondas.
The TougeTuning meet. I had zero expectations for this meet. I figured since it was very early into the season the amount of cars would be bleak. Seeing as though its been one of the longest winters in recent memories, how many cars would be ready for late April? Apparently a lot.
@NA1Danio ‘s NSX. LevelOne at its finest.
There was nothing more I wanted in high school than a blue GC coupe, with a big wing, big exhaust and gold wheels. I think I want one again.
Hands down, this is my favourite 86. Those big flared arches and big wheels just work well together. Of course those big additions needs more than a 4A. The LS3 brings the package to monstrous levels of awesome.
As Gill mentioned this event provides something for everyone; and we can certainly appreciate all Megaspeed had to offer, I even entertained the idea of trying to get my car there next year
Can’t argue with the rat rod look, it suits certain cars so well.
Some of my favorites from the “tuner” section above.
Many of these old school builds put just about everything else to shame
This was our first visit to a Megaspeed/Performance World show. I felt it was a good kickoff to show season. Though the chilly weather outside did nothing to agree. I did see some facebook statuses at the smaller show size this year. However for new visitors like us, we did not notice such. What we did notice was the nice mix of hot rods, muscle cars, drag cars, imports and tuner cars.
Love me some Toyota VTEC.
The stance on this 300C was spot on. And KJohn’s MazdaSpeed3 looked great with the flares and Boso exhaust.
Something tells me @hoowybrow won’t be needing that wax any time soon. Natural patina at it finest.
If you don’t have time for a natural patina, just paint it on. It was however very well done.
There are 3 shows we never miss. Eurokracy, H2Oi and Fitted. We do everything that was can to help Dave put on a great show. We will once again have a booth setup with stickers and tees on offering. Geoff’s A4 will be featured in our booth. We are also hoping to get a few more cars into the indoor venue The venue will take place at the Brampton Fairgrounds, and it is booth indoors and outdoors. The indoor section will be offered to the chosen and is much bigger than last year. The registration and selection process are already underway. LINK.
There were some complaints about the gravel last year. However with the indoor section being that much larger this year, if your car is good enough to be inside, it probably will be.
“FITTED™ is an aspirational event created originally in 2010 to promote, foster, and expand the Automotive Lifestyle community. Over the span of five years, we have successfully hosted and expanded our event to converge all cross-cultural elements which this audience prescribes to. FITTED™ is not just a car show. It is a community built upon custom-crafted awards, unique activities, giveaways, sport, fashion, positive relationships, and most importantly, fun! As enthusiasts, we understand and live the lifestyle not from outside the culture but amongst you, our peers. We look forward to bringing you another successful year and thank you for your interest in FITTED™!”