September 2-3, 2006
Marion County Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana
TOTAL VEHICLE ENTRANTS:
SPECIAL AWARDS GIVEN:
The Trophy Source and TR Manufacturing have outdone themselves every year, and 2006 proved no different. The class awards were flamed, cut plexiglass, and the specialty awards were polished billet aluminum with plexiglass flames and red LED lights. They are truly cool as hell, and anyone would be happy to hang them on the wall. Best of Show went to Trent and Tricia Vanarsdalen for their GMC Canyon, which was Sport Truck's Mar. '04 cover truck.
This third annual event was held at the world famous Marion County Fairgrounds. These fairgrounds are like no other, with a huge concert stage that can be seen from every inch of the showgrounds. In the middle of the awards ceremony, Gauge's own Matt Petro gave Project S-10 Air Dancer one last final hop, leaving nothing left unharmed.
Slamology had so much entertainment that no one person can possibly see the event in its entirety. For the kid in all of us, and kids alike, there was a foam pit, a downhill slip-'n'-slide, and a Halo 2 game tournament. There were also live performances from rock bands, country groups, hip-hop artists, and the infamous DJ Kidd Kutt. There was also a Freestyle Motorcycle Team periodically performing throughout the day on Saturday. Pro Hopper and RNL Customs presented a hydraulic contest with cash payouts. The DB Drag triple-points contest and club games were a big hit, too. The day rounded off with a bikini contest, which had some of the hottest girls on the show scene.
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CONTACT FOR FUTURE EVENTS:
The planning for the fourth Slamology Car and Music Festival is already underway. This is a for-sure event that you don't want to miss. Mark your calendars now. The event is scheduled for June 23-24, 2007, but for more information, go to www.slamology.com.
Now here's a game you don't...
Now here's a game you don't see too often at a truck show. We waited for the winner of the bikini contest to take a run at the hill, but it never happened.
Matt Petro retired his first...
Matt Petro retired his first version of the Project S-10 Air Dancer on Sunday with one final Mile High Dance at awards. His friend presented him with a nice cake to celebrate his accomplishments. He destroyed his truck and all he got was a damn cake. Nice.