SRT Social Concours: owners unite at the Detroit Grand Prix.
SRT owners welcomed the return of the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix by showing their support throughout the exciting race weekend. The SRT Corral on Belle Isle played host to dozens of SRT vehicles showcased for all to see both the beauty and camaraderie that go along with owning an SRT.
Upon arrival of the first Viper, admiration and respect ensued. Onlookers probed with countless questions and followed up with photographs from all angles. The attention made it clear that Viper fever is a widespread epidemic. Owners from other nameplates represented SRT with pride in addition to keepers of the potent, Detroit-made supercar.
driveSRT.com continued the tradition of bringing social media fans together online and in person by hosting the first SRT Social Concours - a digital exhibition of the exclusive SRT-only parking area on Belle Isle. Members of each SRT nameplate community rose up to drive their favorite SRT models higher in the rankings, with the top cars receiving an SRTshop.com gift card. The parking area served as a space for owners of the Neon SRT4, Charger SRT8, Challenger SRT8, Grand Cherokee SRT8 and Viper SRT10 to come together and celebrate the many facets of SRT culture.
"The wife and I had a good time at the Detroit Grand Prix this weekend," said Jeff Davis, owner of the Green With Envy Challenger SRT8 392, which took top honors. "We made new friends and had a lot of fun."
Top vote recipients in the first SRT Social Concours were Jeff and Nancy with their Green With Envy Challenger SRT8. John Hale and his Neon SRT4 ACR secured second, while Ken Brune's immaculate Viper GTS snagged third. Over 1,000 votes were cast, as fans from around the globe voted for their favorite SRT at the race