With the original Ultimate Stance being a revelation & a breath of fresh air for the stance scene it was never in doubt that it would be back for a second year.
Based on the Ultimate Dubs format, the guys from ‘Dub Shows’ have set the bar in the UK for the open marque stance event.
Once again Wheel Whores were the highlight brand on show, hosting their own hall which featured a hand picked selection of their favourite cars, a chill out area with sofas and freebies and of course their ridiculous 16ft tall trophy which was to be presented to the best wheels of the show.
RollHard were another brand with an impressive display featuring our favourite car of the show, Ben Anson’s green 1982 E21, amongst other beauties such as Ryan Powell’s VR6 and Elmo’s Red Bull TT.
When it comes to brands Auto Finesse have their image on point! It was hard to miss their huge wooden display area and their camper van cashier area added a little extra cool to proceedings.
One of the most varied stands there was the Work wheels stand ran by Driftworks. Of course they had their V8 AE86 competition car which sat centred between an Lamborghini Murcielago and a aggressive looking Polo GTI on Work Meisters!
Repping the Japanese side of things were brothers Aaron and Perry Gemmell who’s pair of EK Civics drew attention all weekend and Steven Toner, a winner at last years show, unveiling the new look for his 350z on the Kleen Freaks stand.
Last but not least the Dapper UK guys were out in force with Haps Gill’s R32 and Prakash Thankys E21 sitting alongside a beautiful Seat Ibiza and a 6N Polo GTI.
Finally a big shout to the FittedUK guys who along with I Love Bass had us in stitches all Saturday evening… tell us a story Lukey T!!