FuelFest is set for its inaugural and rescheduled date at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park on Saturday, Dec. 4, in Chandler.
Now in its third year, FuelFest blends enthusiasts’ passion for the automotive world with celebrities, live music, food, drinks and art, according to a release.
The show features more than 600 top custom, exotic, rare and exclusive cars and trucks. There are car exhibitions, drag racing and drift exhibitions.
FuelFest will feature a live-action drift course that runs the entire length of the venue. Spectators can catch race cars drifting all day at FuelFest. The event will showcase precision driving skills in the FuelFest Drift Pit. See cars and trucks drift up close at several drift shows happening throughout the day-long event.
A portion of the event’s proceeds benefit Reach Out WorldWide, the non-profit charity founded by Paul Walker and continued by his brother, Cody Walker. The organization was founded in 2010 by the late actor/producer after an earthquake devastated Haiti and Walker was inspired to organize a relief team that responded to the disaster. Reach Out WorldWide’s mission is to fill the gap between the availability of skilled resources in post-disaster situations. Reach Out WorldWide completed four deployments in 2020 and continues to operate where needed, the release states.
“We’re excited to bring FuelFest to the Valley and provide top-notch entertainment,” Cody Walker said in the release. “We have a huge car showcase with the most exclusive and high performance, rare and modified muscle cars, movie cars, hyper cars, supercars, exotics, imports and so much more. We will have the FuelFest Drift Pit and drag racing demos throughout the event. Phoenix has a diverse car community and this year will have a few surprises that we will continue to announce as the event gets closer. Get your tickets now and I’ll see you on Dec. 4.”
FuelFest brings the passion of the automotive community to major cities across the globe, showcasing an eclectic collection of cars and music while creating an everlasting experience that leaves fans looking forward to the next event, the release states.
“We just wrapped our LA event to a sold-out crowd,” Chris Lee, FuelFest co-founder, said in the release. “We know car fans in Phoenix are ready for our jaw-dropping sponsor showcases, live over-the-top entertainment and incredible display of cars. FuelFest is ready to leave a lasting impression in the Valley.”
Gates open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 4. Event information, car registration and tickets are at FuelFest.com, as well as on social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.