Goodguys Rod & Custom Association, an organizer of hot rod and custom car events, has announced its inaugural event to be held in partnership with the NASCAR All-Star Race Weekend, June 4–6, 2021, at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. The Goodguys Meguiar’s All Star Get-Together will welcome all American-made and/or powered cars and trucks, including import cars and trucks using domestic powerplants.
“We are excited to partner with Texas Motor Speedway and NASCAR to offer even more for fans to enjoy in the lead-up to All-Star Race Weekend,” said Goodguys C.O.O. Andrew Ebel. “NASCAR fans love American cars, and American car enthusiasts love NASCAR, so this collaboration was a natural fit. Families will also have plenty to enjoy at the event, so it will be a great introduction to the hobby for many in the Dallas / Fort Worth region.”
The weekend will feature cars on display, Goodguys CPP AutoCross Series racing each day and awards in dozens of categories. Like other Goodguys events, vendors will be on-site selling food and other goods. Goodguys will request that all attendees, staff and vendors wear face coverings and maintain 6 feet of physical distancing whenever possible.
“The Goodguys All-Star Get-Together is a natural fit to kick off the countdown leading into the NASCAR All-Star Race the next weekend,” said Texas Motor Speedway President and General Manager Eddie Gossage. “A Goodguys show is an all-star event for American hot rods and classics. We know Goodguys draws the same folks demographically, so it’s likely many will choose to come out and camp on site from the Goodguys event all the way into the NASCAR All-Star weekend.”
As a “Get Together” event, Goodguys welcomes all model years as long as they are American-built or use an American-made powerplant. To enter a vehicle for display, click here.