The highest quality custom
rides and extreme tuners visited State College May 21-22 to be a part
of Modified Madness (M2). The total attendance this weekend reached
13,536, and there were 1,469 cars displayed on the show field.
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guests Big Dane and Q from West Coast Customs, stars of MTV’s “Pimp My
Ride,” and their wildly modified vehicles were huge hits at the show.
DJ Skribble, also a star on MTV and owner of custom shop Skribble’s
Auto Spa, spun dance tunes to liven up the crowd. Famous customizer
Dave “The Fishman” Rivera also appeared with some of his tricked-out
rides and unveiled his newest, the “Fishedition,” a modified Ford
Also entertaining at the show, the StarBoyz stunt
riders will perform all kinds of crazy tricks and stunts on their sport
bikes. Top-level sponsors will display all the newest products and
provide entertainment at M2. Dyno testing from Axcelerated Motorsports
allowed attendees to find out their cars’ horsepower.
clubs were represented at the show. The club that brought the most
participants was the WR Team, and the club with the hottest display was
Emotion. Out on the show field, the Revtech Tunerz club brought the
vehicles that earned the highest average points.
competitions were held throughout the weekend. In the Meguiar’s Top
Flight show field, judged by NCCA, the top cars in various classes vied
for prize money and trophies. The outdoor show field had vehicles drive
through judging tents to compete in different classes.
Top Flight Winners’ Circle, Min Ho Kim’s Nissan 350Z won in the elite
class and also took Best of Show. The Subaru WRX owned by David Reider
came in first place in the wild class. Goordy Moore’s Subaru Impreza
won first place in the mild category.
Eric Yashinski won the
burnout contest in his Ford Mustang by blowing both rear tires. Ashley
Baxter of Lancaster won the cash prize and a new stereo system from
West Coast Customs for receiving the most audience applause during the
beauty contest. Jamie Michelle of Washington, Pa., got second place,
and Nikki Bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, came in third. Matt Lipes’ Subaru
WRX won the trophy for the Best Ride on B.F. Goodrich Tires.
the SLAP audio contest, Wayne McKenzie of Clinton, Mass., won Best
Sound Quality with his Honda Civic, earning a score of 423. Jared
Horton of Fort Plain, N.Y., won SLAP’s highest SPL with 152.1 in his
1995 Volkswagen Golf.
Visit www.modifiedmadness.com or call (717) 243-7855 for more information and to find out about next year’s Modified Madness.