Of course, there were lots of Mustangs in attendance. At the Charlotte event, nearly 5,000 Mustangs were registered to be in the show field both inside and outside the motorsports park, and that number doesn’t include the many more Mustangs that were simply driven down and parked outside the show field. Every place you went in the greater Charlotte area, there was an impromptu Mustang car show. If you can think of a rare Mustang, there were at least three in attendance. The four-cylinder, turbocharged Mustang SVO, of which less than ten thousand total were produced, was seen in droves.
The track was also opened up for participants to take hot laps of the roval. Even cooler than seeing vintage Mustangs parked was seeing them out on the track. Turbocharged 4-cylinder SVOs, early Fox Bodies, and even a genuine vintage GT350 were all seen doing hot laps of CMS's roval.
Vaughn Gittin, Jr. was also in attendance at both the Las Vegas and Charlotte events. Flying in from Vegas on Friday night, JR gave an amazing drift demonstration even in the pouring rain on Saturday.