As always Euro Hangar consists of two parts, a get together in parking structure the night before, and the main show held on the airport grounds with both drawing a large crowd.
Euro Hangar has also become the new home for the Corrado Rush, which is an annual meet-up for Corrado owners.
The center piece of the show is the hangar, weeks before the show owners submit photos of their cars and they are put up to be voted on by the public. The five cars with the most votes get to claim a coveted spot inside the hangar.
This year the top 20 cars were cars were voted on by everyone who registered for the show. After the votes had been tallied instead of waiting to the end of the show to announce who won and trying to remember a car to a face, the top 20 cars were lined up in the center of the show a few hours before the end so that people would have a chance to see what cars were chosen. There were also special awards given to categories such as Best Air setup, Lowest Static, and Best of Show.
With another year in the books Euro Hangar seems to putting together something good, connecting the community and the show with the goal to make everyone happy while still having a good time. If you haven’t considered this show before, you might wanna look out for this show next season .