This past season, the guys from F/X Motorsports and Stressed Environment Truck Club held their Third Annual event at the National Bank Dilla Villa to benefit The Bridge Children's Advocacy Center in Amarillo, Texas.

With more than 40 classes and new ones added as needed, this was definitely a show that was worth your time to attend. This year's show brought in various vehicles ranging from Harley trikes to monster trucks, mini's, and compacts. Besides spending the day perusing the rides, you could've given a hot girl (or guy) a bath in the dunking tank, take part in the Jalapeno Eating Contest, then rinse it down with the chocolate milk used in the Chugging Contest.

If you didn't need time for the jalapenos and chocolate milk to settle, you could've participated in the Tug of War or taken your frustrations out with a sledgehammer at the Car Bash. While you were having all this fun, the DJ was working hard to spin some of the best tunes while keeping everyone informed of what was happening next. The show was even visited by the Budweiser girls who were on hand for pictures with show-goers and rides. The Budweiser Girls were even giving out free stuff.

The after party was almost as much fun as Fallout this year with a wet T-shirt contest at The Brickhouse Night Club. Some people were even brave enough to play Star Search by singing karaoke. Mini-truckers who were in a partying spirit gave unique renditions of various favorites from ABBA, Dixie Chicks, N'Sync, and even versions of Metallica songs that would have scared James Hetfield.

On Sunday, after the Lowest competition and the Sound-Off, you could tell that everyone was still having a great time. The awards went swiftly because F/X Motorsports and Stressed Environment have mad organizational skills. There were also a lot of giveaways at the awards, including tattoos, piercings, various items for your vehicles, massages, and gift certificates for food, tanning, and gyms. All of these items were supplied by local merchants.

The show promoters gave out more than 120 trophies for regular classes and nine specialty trophies for classes like Lowest, Club Participation, Long Distance, Best of Show, Best Paint, Best Graphics, Best Interior, and Best Engineered. There was even a coveted Most Partying trophy. Even if you didn't win a trophy, you still got a goody bag and a free shirt if you were one of the first 50 who entered.

F/X Motorsports and Stressed Environment would like to thank the following sponsors: Dent Clini, Sports World, LaFiesta, Thrifty Nickle, B.F.I., Mike's Auto Body, Ambassador Hotel, Enterprise Rental Car, Meineke, Power House, and Randy's.

We look forward to next year's event and hope that everyone will put this show on their calendars. It's for charity, for the kids, and it's a lot of fun. For information about this show, contact: F/X Motorsports, (806) 356-8785. Ask for Chris Reeves or a guy named Romeo. They'll know who you're talking about.