I thought the same thing. Then again, I am also trying to keep an open mind.Is anyone planning on going to this?
The routes look pretty uninteresting - all are on major highways that are likely part of people's regular commutes :shrug:
Something about lots of random people driving fast cars on 6 lane highways on a Saturday night just sounds like ingredients for a tasty disaster pie. Call me crazy, but for me, 'Elise' and 'party' don't really go together.
Has anyone been to a previous Dallas Cannonball event? How was it? I'm trying to keep an open mind.
BWAH!given the Dallas population that is likely to attend this event, I predict it will be best for observing some serious posing and general douchbaggery; I'm planning to rent a lambo, put on some big shades and see if I can pick up some strange - Ghost bar anyone?
So, give us an idea of what the drive is really like? :shrug: I picture a hundred+ various cars and drivers all trying to get to the end point as fast as possible, all while driving through what I would consider the highest LEO infested areas in the DFW metromess. :thwack:I have sponsored this event in the past, and its a fun event, but its not a sunday drive. unlike any other car related event, this is open to everyone and everyone has fun, even people that dont regularly attend car meets. the cruise it self is actually a lot of fun, all sorts of cars do it, even a bus and a limo last time, its the most fun you will have cruising with 100+ cars. the finish line party should be really good to. it worth it just for the pizza.
the canonball group puts together smaller runs on back roads and stuff too, as well as track days and F1 watching parties.
Have fun!stereotyping a bit are we? Im going to the meet and the drive, but Im not going to be doing 120. I'll be going the speed limit and just checking out all the nice cars. If some of the owners are douches, then fine... I'm going for the cars, not the people.