Friday First Look! Goodguys 12th FiTech Spring Nationals presented by Grundy Insurance
Goodguys is continuing their Spring Swing kickoff this weekend in beautiful Scottsdale, AZ with the 12th FiTech Fuel Injection Spring Nationals presented by Grundy Collector Car Insurance. This marks event number two of a four-event swing that will continue next weekend in Pleasanton, CA before venturing down to scenic Del Mar, CA the first week of April.
Scottsdale never disappoints when it comes to hopping in your classic car and enjoying a weekend of showin’ and shinin’ while getting together with fellow car guys and gals. Opening day today at the Spring Nationals was a great kickoff for what is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend in the Valley of the Sun.
Eager rodders got an early rodding weekend kickoff yesterday with a Hot Rod Cruise that meandered through the greater Scottdale region. Local shops and private collections opened their door to the 50-plus rods that took advantage of the cruisin’ opportunity.
The gates opened this morning as the sun rose over the McDowell Mountains and WestWorld of Scottsdale quickly turned into a horse ranch of horsepower. From the upper asphalt area to the lower grass polo field, an abundance of color and chrome was on display. Add in a jammin’ vendor midway, massive swap meet, the high revving racing action on the CPP AutoCross track, and more and the action was non-stop from open to close.
We’re throwing it into overdrive for tomorrow and anticipating a full day of activities to round out the weekend with some live music, fun activities for the kids, adding some new finalists to the Meguiar’s Top 12 categories, and crowing AutoCross shootout champions as they’re set to compete in the G-Comp by Speedway Motors “Spring Shootout” tomorrow afternoon.
Gear up because the weekend is just getting started! Check out this loaded gallery of some opening day rides that caught our attention here at the 12th FiTech Fuel Injection Spring Nationals presented by Grundy Collector Car Insurance!
Photos by Todd Ryden & Terry Lysak