As one of the longest running shows in the South, Slamfest celebrated its 21st year at the Alachua County Fairgrounds in Gainesville, Florida. Since its move from Central Florida, Slamfest had been plagued with bad weather. For the first time ever the skies were clear and over 600 vehicles arrived ready to show for the exciting two-day show. Some of the perks to Slamfest were the ever popular bikini contest with cash prizes, club games that showcased some new and interesting challenges and a portable dyno trailer was set up for everyone to enjoy.
Some top winners were Beau Stevenson for best engine in his '55 Ford F100, Bobby Mast for best under construction with his '79 Chevy C10, Jay Bird for best suspension with his '06 Chevy 2500 and best truck went to Jason Ballard with his '94 Chevy. Setting highs in both vehicles and attendance with over 5,000, show promoter Mike Murray wishes to thank all the supporters and especially his crew MiniMadness for their hard work and dedication. With the best Slamfest show in history under their belt, the expectations will only grow. For more information, log on to www.MiniMadness.com