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Round 30.000 tuning-fans came to the Hungarian capital to see Ghymkana, girls and fancy cars. Dotz was also on site.
The sixth issue of the Carstyling Tuning-Show saw a come-together of a lot of exhibitors from all over Europe ,which came to Budapest to present themeselves to the audience – almost 30.000 fans visited the fair last weekend.
Dotz organised a lottery upfront – there was a set Dotz Mugello lake30 up for grabs.
More than 4.000 fans placed their votes for more than 300 cars.
Winner was this Grande Punto, which was placed prominently at the Dotz booth in Budapest. But there was a lot else to see.
The cherry of the European tuning cake gathered at the fair. But also some retro-style mixed himself underneath, like a VW Buli of the local Retro Autoklub.
Furthermore there was infinite tuningpassion: From old Germans like this Golf 1...
...to a wild rodeo-ride, which is possible with this Mustang GTR till...
...an old Trabant, restored with a love for the detail.
But there were also holistic car-concepts to see – like this Renault Megane with a spiderlook, even with a real spiderweb.
And some fance hifi-concepts – like this Tom & Jerry-world of experience in the trunk.
Next to tuning and hifi there was a considerable supporting program to see: quad stunts alternated with...
... drift-action like this of Frenchman Sebastian Cornec. He will contest in this years King of Europe-series as a Dotz teamrider.
Dotz teamrider Peter Papp brought his Camaro to the fairground like...
...former King of Europe-champion Adam Kerenyi did. The Hungarian and Cornec make up the Dotz team for the new formed teamchallenge of the driftseries this year.
For now Kerenyi is still relaxed.