Streets of Thunder Motorsports Events and the Citizens Business Bank Arena are proud to announce the inaugural event of Streets of Thunder being held on Sunday, October 7, 2012 at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California. Admission to this exciting and unique event is, adults $10, ages 13 and under free. Parking is also free. Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased on line at, www.cbbankarena.com or by visiting the arena’s box office.
Streets of Thunder will feature actual race cars and drivers that currently race with NHRA, NASCAR, USAC, INEX Racing and more. See displays of dragsters, stock cars, sprint and midget race cars, drag racing boats and a beautiful display of nostalgia race cars including cars from the Wally Parks NHRA Museum, Riverside International Automotive Museum, and the Automotive Driving Museum. Feel the excitement as you hear the roar of racing engines that will be started during the event.
Streets of Thunder will continue the excitement with displays of custom and vintage cars and motorcycles. Enjoy lunch at the gourmet food trucks and the beer garden while listening to live band music from The Bixby Knolls, Jared James Nichols and Kenley Shea. Shop the many vendors while the children play in the children’s activity area. This is a great day for the entire family! Sponsors include, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que, BJ’s Restaurant and Brew House, Lazy Dogs, Complete Printing Solutions, Lifestyle Cycles, Dave’s Bad Ass Coffee, and Lucky 7 Motorsports.
Visit a very special display that will touch the hearts and memories of all Americans; The 911 Angel Tribute Cars. These cars, brought by Kevyn Major Howard from the film Full Metal Jacket, are an American tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.
This year Streets of Thunder will benefit the Fisher House Foundation. The Fisher House program is a unique private-public partnership that supports America’s military in their time of need by meeting a humanitarian need beyond that normally provided by the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.