Just because you sport double deuces doesn't mean you have to tuck them.
This was the 14th Annual O'Reilly Auto Parts ITB, presented by Royal Purple, and it again proved to be a success. By taking into account its size, you could say that it is the largest show of its kind, east of the Mississippi River and possibly the world. Making sure that the event went according to plan, Latest Craze Truck and Car Club played host. The club members are from the Indianapolis area and hosted the event for the fourteenth year in a row. They were there in the beginning and plan on continuing their involvement with the success of the show.
Import and Truck Bash (ITB) '07
August 17-19, 2007
O'Reilly Raceway Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana
More than 17,000
Total Vehicle Entrants
More than 2,500
There were 80-plus classes with three trophies in every class, along with some specialty awards. This included some Editor's Choice awards given out by the several magazines in attendance. Trophy Source of Ohio supplied the acrylic masterpieces.
As always, the weekend was full of events, including the hydraulic competition, the Mickey Thompson Burnout contest, the Highest/Lowest event, and the Drag Racing. Also taking place during the event was the fan favorite, Miss ITB competition, where 10 hotties competed for the ITB crown and cash. Several clubs competed in the club wars, where DJ Kidd Kutt came up with some events that you might not want your mom to know you competed in.
Cargo Express, COMP Cams, Dynomax, Eaton, Mickey Thompson, MSD Ignition, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Rancho, Royal Purple, Superchips Racing, and TCI Automotive
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