FuelFest, a jubilee that features rare buses from around the world and innovated by the family of late actor Paul Walker, drew,000 people this time in Shizuoka, Japan, organizers blazoned Thursday.
Hundreds of fantastic and modified vehicles crowded to Fuji International Speedway for the one- day event. They enjoyed drifting, a auto show, surprise guests, live music and further. Thank you for your incredibly warm hello, all,000 of you,” FuelFest wrote Thursday on Instagram.” The show was absolutely amazing.
” We are just gon na say it now 2023 is passing! We’ll see you coming time! We owe a huge thank you to the staff and crew that worked so hard with us on this show.” Organizers said this time’s event featured a 200- auto cortege around the2.8- afar track, which has hosted Formula 1 and other professional racing circuits. Cody Walker, who’s also an actor, andco-founder Chris Lee started FuelFest in 2019 as a way to recognize Paul Walker’s heritage. Paul Walker, who starred in the Fast & Furious movie ballot, failed in 2013 in a single- auto accident in Santa Clarita, Calif. He was 40. A portion of FuelFest proceeds go to Reach Out WorldWide, anon-profit charity Paul Walker innovated in 2010. The charity aids those impacted by natural disasters.
West Palm Beach,Fla., Dallas, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City are among the former metropolises that hosted FuelFest.