Turn 5 Charity Auto Show
The Turn 5 Charity Auto show at Maple Grove raceway had a little bit of everything. A massive amount of cars, trucks, Jeeps, a few Monster trucks, a burn out competition, tailgating and even a Jet Dragster!
Turn5, the parent company of AmericanMuscle.com, AmericanTrucks.com, and Extremeterrain.com, brought together automotive enthusiasts from all walks of the automotive world with their Charity Auto Show. It has raised more than $400k through this event supporting the Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware & Susquehanna Valley and its wish granting program serving critically ill children.
The Muscle Car section had a ton of Mustangs present, but it was mixed with other muscle cars as well.
The Jeep / Off-road life was very strong at the show. From the variety of ways to personalize this platform, to the tailgating, to the commemoratory amongst the owners, Jeep people are definitely having fun.
The on track festivities began with the Make A Wish parade with one of their MAW families taking a ride down the track.
A few people made passes on track with their rides. Followed by a burn out competition with some never having done a burn out before.
Finally the Jet Dragster showed the crowd what 300 mph plus looks like in a 1/4 mile.
The Bad News Monster truck wheelied and crushed a few cars in front of the grandstand
Turn 5’s Charity Auto Show showed the huge variety of what Car Culture has to offer and enjoy. As well being able to do good in the community.
Motor House is looking forward to possibly working with Turn 5 on few upcoming projects in the near future.
You can find out more info on Turn 5 via this link. https://www.turn5.com