I'll break it down for you: People go to H20 because it is a CAR SHOW put on to SHOW CARS and HAVE FUN. Be it drinking, going go-karting for the day, enjoying the beach, travelling with friends, who cares really WHY? We get it, it's not for you. Congratulations. But if you can't even understand why it IS for thousands of people, you're either deliberately obtuse, or dumb.
Last edited by Shmi; 10-09-2012 at 11:13 AM.
I don't know why your so butt hurt over H20i but this was my sixth year going and had a great time as always and got to see some very awesome cars.
I heard all week-end that I need to lower my Mk2 however it's built to be an enjoyable car to drive, I am not out there for the attention as the "stance" cars are.
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IMHO stance is cheap and that's why its so prevalent with the younger crowd looking for a scene to settle into. All you need is cut/ebay springs and some wheels with a terrible offset and you are hella flush. Performance parts are costly and don't have the visual impact that attention seekers are after.
VW shows seemed to move away from performance and into a make specific stance-off, its not my scene and I am disappointed that there are not more performance oriented shows. I really dont plan to go back to H20, Waterfest seems okay still.
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Here are some quick shots from me, I don't really take photos much
Steve's RS4 at H2Oi 2012 Night by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
rs4logo1 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
Benz222 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
H2oi Audi by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
RS4s by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
rs4s2 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
rs45552 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr