(Photos by Charles Wickam) It doesn’t really matter what year Chevrolet or GMC trucks you like, there was likely to be something there you dug because the C10 Nationals have become the all encompassing GM truck event with more action than you can imagine. Dyno shootout, drag races, truck show, autocross, burnout contests, and more are all on site at this event and it really is something to see. Wickam drove his multicolored C1500 to the show and then proceeded to snap a jillion photos, take some rides in killer autocross trucks, and even choose a winner for our BANGshift Pick award. I’ve got a new gallery each day this week from the event, so remember to check back in each day for the latest photo from Wickam. Remember, there is another C10 Nationals event happening in September in Nashville, so you are going to want to check that one out if you live anywhere within 3 states of Tennessee. It’s going to be an epic event as well.
The C10 Nationals have become one of the must-attend truck shows in the country in recent years and with good reason. The show is huge, is held in a killer location, and you are sure to find every single kind of C series GM truck you can imagine. No matter what you like, you’ll find it here and probably in multiples. Short beds, long beds, duallys, and more, are all here and ready to check out regardless of what years of C10s you are into. With drag racing, autocross, burnout competitions, a dyno challenge, and the huge car show all happening around the facility there was plenty to do and see for everyone on site.
Luckily our dude Charles Wickam was on-site to take it all in as I had to go to Bryan Texas for an SDBA Drag Boat race and couldn’t come to the show. Wickam shot all kinds of photos and even gave out our BANGshift Pick award to one lucky attendee at the show. They won an entry into the upcoming C10’s in the Park event happening this fall in Waxahachie and you can see the truck he picked in the blog item linked below.