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A shop gathering of this magnitude really speaks for itself. When you have this many enthusiasts turn out, in the rain no less, after just two years in business you know you're doing things right. While I've run into plenty of Trackspec staff and customers at track days (of course), this was my first time to their shop in Fremont.
Saying I was impressed would be an understatement. Trackspec's space was phenomenally clean and organized, exactly as you would want a shop that tinkers with your exotics and track toys to be.
And last Sunday afternoon it was packed with all manner of things, from a half-assembled Elises to Fiats with Honda motors to this outrageous Super Veloce roadster.
As well as adorable dogs, of course.
Rad track sculptures line the walls and track-day trophies line the shelves. I was showing some of my photos in the office across a table that is, of course, made out of an old motor. Definitely a proper setting for the cars that showed up.
Outside there were food trucks, track cars, classics, a few stanced builds, and lots of Lotuses and NSXs. I mean, lots. Enjoy my photos from this event, hope to see you all next year.