Back in mid May, I was invited out to a car event by Jay Martinez called Carlisle Performance and Style held at the Carlisle PA Fairgrounds. It’s a celebration of sorts for all things automotive. For me, it was a taste to see what type of cars were in the Pennsylvania area, be it good or bad, so I jumped in Joy’s Jeep with our two dogs and headed two hours north of Baltimore to check it out.
There were literally thousands of cars, and I quickly scanned the endless rows of imports that were sprinkled across the top of the freshly cut grass outdoors. I didn’t take as many photos as I would have liked, but I tried to take a few pictures of the cars I felt needed to be shown to our readers. Don’t get me wrong, there were probably a few other cars that were definitely photo worthy, but I don’t think my puppy Takata could handle too much outdoors heat.
There was a lot more going on during the Carlisle Performance and Style show including burnouts and lots of scantily clad women. Sorry, I suck at taking pictures of women. Blame the Miata. There was plenty to do and it looked like everyone had a great time from what I could gather from the two day event.
At the end of day 2, I got a chance to meet a few people including the NTO Motorsports boys, Jeremy Rohrs, Aaron Vaccar and the guys from Tuner Evolution. I also got to take a breather and enjoyed the event with Joy and our dogs. There are a few more shows including Wek’Fest East (Wek’Fest LA will be posted really soon), so check back here often as I post my coverage of the East Coast events!