Welcome To The Driving Line Booth
There's always so much to see and so much to do every year at the SEMA Show, so we wanted to make sure our Driving Line booth was one of the "must-see" stops this year. It might be our first time doing this, but we didn't hold anything back. With Driving Line banners so big hoisted up to be seen from the streets, people couldn't help but notice. Part 1 was to get them wondering and check us out, part 2 was to blow their minds and these are the highlights on how we did it.
Vehicles, vehicles, vehicles!
What's a SEMA show without wheel'd wonders? People come here to check out cars, trucks and everything in-between. As a new media that wants to cater to all enthusiasts, we had to have a diverse all-star line up.
The Evasive Motorsports Porsche GT3 put on a fresh new set of wheels just to come kick it with us all week.
From Rocket Bunny to Snow Bunny, the SSA Acura NSX shed its chrome blue look from last year.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. let his Ford Mustang RTR come out to play with us.
This super clean Chevy Camaro was flexing its American muscle for the ladies to ooh laa laa over.
Everyone couldn't get over this beastly Starwood Motors Jeep JK8.
Usually covered in dirt and mud from so many Ultra4 victories, Loren Healy's Dragon Slayer cleans up nice.
And finally the pièce de résistance. Sung Kang's Rocket Bunny Datsun Z aka Fugu Z was built by the awesome team at Greddy and then driven out by Sung himself here to SEMA.
Driving Line Magazine Issue 5
You saw the sign and you stayed for the vehicles. The least we could do was make sure you didn't leave empty handed.
We debuted our latest issue of Driving Line Magazine, which features Formula D driver and Top Gear USA host Tanner Foust, and made sure everyone walking by took an issue home with them.
Take a Poster, it'll Last Longer.
Here's something to hang up on your wall, a poster that captures the emotion between a man and his Z Dream. In case you didn't notice, this image was shot in the Greddy garage in the exact spot the car was built.
Is this for Real?
Ride shotgun with Shannon Campbell in this virtual reality experience on a moving CXC chair.
Take a load off your feet and enjoy these comfy Sparco chairs. Oh yea, we also have virtual reality drift experiences with Vaughn Gittin Jr. while you take a seat.
For the Love of the Fans
If your mind wasn't already blown, we had four epic autograph sessions. Not only did fans get to meet these fine gentlemen, but they also got a FREE limited edition shirt and poster signed by them too! What more could you ask for?
Everyone went mad when they met Formula D driver "Mad" Mike Whiddett.
The weird weather wasn't going to stop Vaughn Gittin Jr. from taking selfies.
Much respect to Sung Kang for shaking hands and talking cars with the massive line of fans that came out to see him.
To cap the sessions, our cover boy, Tanner Foust, was a super star to his adoring fans.
This might our first-ever SEMA Show booth, but we wanted to make sure our presence was felt. Go big or go home; this is Driving Line!