The bikini contest, which was sponsored by 5150 Sunglasses, was a huge success as could on
Bowling Green, Kentucky, is known for car shows, which usually have a bunch of Corvettes. But this time around, it was a bunch of minitruckers running around and filling up the hotels to maximum capacity. Powered by GM, this year's East Coast Havoc Show in Kentucky, was nearly double the size of the previous year, which was a surprise considering the venue had changed. Next year's Havoc is expected to double in size, too. With all the action and the amazing camp grounds, we know this show will continue to grow in size and popularity. Next year, we'll be back in Bowling Green for minitruck action at Beech Bend Raceway.
The Show Lowdown
Name: Havoc East Coast
Location: Beech Bend Raceway, Bowling Green, Kentucky
Dates: August 11-12
Total vehicles in attendance: 450+
Spectator attendance: More than 2,500
-Located next to an amusement park
-On-site camping was available, just ask Freaks of Nature
-A $1,000 bikini contest
-Show winners were:
MT Editor's Choice-Kyle Gould
MT Cover Truck Corral Winner-Eli Griffin
Best of Show-Mike Linsky
Club Participation-Vaperz CC
Events: A railin' competition, a burnout contest, a bikini contest, a Sport Truck Challenge, live music, and drag racing.
Sponsors:Powered by GM presents Havoc; Interco Tire for the Sport Truck Challenge; Stylin' Concepts Associate sponsor; MBRP Exhaust was the official exhaust; American Eagle Wheel held the show 'n shine; 5150 Sunglasses held the bikini competition, Suicidedoors.com sponsored the Mini Truckin' railing contest; and AIM Industries Inc./Chassis Tech was the official suspension of Havoc.
Vendors:Auto Graphz, Big Vic Fabrication, Clean Cut Creations, Domination the Video, DIB Kustoms, Dieselwheels.com, Drop 'Em Wear?, Edge Custom Wear, Ekstensive Metalworks, Fredbear Designs, Gauge magazine, Grant Kustoms, Kelderman, Kenetic Batteries, Lowlife Video, M&M Steering Wheels, Southern KY Classics, Stylin', Total Image Audio, T.S. Performance, and TNT Kustums.
Contact for future events: Contact Eddy Cebreco at email@example.com.
Sponsor and vendor Interco Tire set up an impressive display all weekend long.
Now that's what we call a classic woody wagon.
Mike Linsky took home the cash and trophy for Best Minitruck at the show.
Chopped and on 22s, this D50 was screaming for attention.
The Editor's Choice Award went to this gorgeous truck that represents the Pebble Pushers.
Like Frankenstein's monster, the Blazerado has risen from the dead and come back with a wh
The Best of Show Award for a minitruck came all the way from Michigan.
We can't wait to see Jamie finish this truck.