State of the Scene
Editor in Chief Josh Mackey takes a look at the car scene in the Northwest.
The comments below are the personal views of the writer, not NWMotiv.com.
Members of Community, distinguished guests, and fellow NWMotiv.com fans:
Today, I want to begin by congratulating all the local companies, crews, cars, event promoters and sponsors for making the car shows in the Northwest a success. It’s your loyalty to the development of our culture, which is making the Northwest a truly unique area to own and build a car, or host an event.
You might remember me discussing the need to bring back car shows and if there is still a market for it… The saying goes “I told you so” comes to mind, but I won’t push my luck.
If you need a refresher see this post: ...
We’ve been working around the clock working on some of the Northwest’s best events, partnering up with NOS Energy Drinks to bring you the best events that we can provide. The best is yet to come as Forum Fest 2011 by NOS Energy Drinks is now just around the corner. If we’re not bringing you the best cars, hottest models and most event coverage, we’re working hard to bring you events that you’ll come to love!
I’m proud to say that NWMotiv will be producing...
There was a time when the Northwest was over run by car shows, I believe it was 2003 when Hot Import Nights decided to come up here on two different dates. Those are two major car shows in one year for Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, but that wasn’t it. The same crew that developed HIN, had also produced a different day time show called Import Revolution. IREV as it was dubbed, was the “test” show for the Seattle market the year prior, and killed it with...
Tell us why November weather sucks for us here in the Northwest and you could win a brand new limited edition NWMotiv Hat and some stickers!
It’s been a pain in the ass all year to get good shoots done...