Registration for the two-day action-packed 2016 Truck & Off-Road Festival presented by LMC Truck is now open, and it has everything you could possibly imagine for you and your truck to take part in. With the annual Truckin Throwdown as its main attraction, this year’s Truck & Off-Road festival will offer drag racing, autocross, a dyno, a mud bog, UTV racing, show ’n’ shine, and plenty of other entertainment.
Every entrant will have the chance to become a finalist in this year’s Truckin Throwdown by putting up one of the 12 fastest combined times in the drag race and autocross during qualifying. With an autocross course, slalom, start/stop challenge, and dyno, you will be able to test your driving skills and the performance of your street truck while trying to make it to the Throwdown finals.
If you’re more into getting dirty, the Truck and Off-Road Festival has you covered too, with UTV racing, a mud bog, a 4x4 obstacle course, and rockcrawling challenge. Whether you bring your UTV, jacked up 4x4 pickup, or capable off-road rig, there will be plenty of dirt to sling on the off-road course.
No truck show would be complete without a professionally judged show ’n’ shine where you can show off your custom truck to spectators and the judges, and the Truck & Off-Road Festival has that covered as well. After ripping down the drag strip, laying down some power on the dyno, or tackling the obstacle course, you can wipe down your rig and let everyone see your custom touches.
With a packed schedule of events, nightly entertainment, and a loaded performance midway, this is truck show has something for every auto enthusiast. If you’ve been waiting for a truck event that has it all, look no further. The 2016 Truck & Off-Road Festival has it all. With two full days of action August 12-13 at the Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois, there are plenty of activates for your truck to participate in. If you don’t have a truck, but want to catch all the action, spectators are welcome to come enjoy the high-horsepower atmosphere.
For a full schedule of events and to register your truck or to just get tickets to the show, head over to raceit.com/register. And plan on bringing your four-wheeled machine to Gateway Motorsports Park on August 12-13.