Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Evernham's "AmeriCarna LIVE" Set For Nov. 29

Ray Evernham’s  “AmericCarna LIVE” Car Show has announced an initial lineup of celebrity cars and stars expected to join hundreds of classic, custom, and collector cars on the Ingersoll Rand corporate campus in Davidson, N.C. on Saturday, Nov. 29.

Ray Evernham, a former NASCAR championship crew chief, host of “AmeriCarna” on Velocity and founder of IGNITE, hosts the AmeriCarna LIVE Car Show presented by Ingersoll Rand and MSC Industrial Supply Co., along with auto enthusiasts from around the East and some of his NASCAR friends.

This year’s event initial lineup will feature a number of celebrity cars, including Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s 1988 Chevrolet S-10, Joey Logano’s 1939 Rat Rod, Denny Hamlin’s 1967 Lincoln Continental, Kelley Earnhardt Miller’s 1972 Volkswagen Beetle, Rusty Wallace’s 1966 El Camino, Chad Knaus’  1972 Camaro, several cars from the collection of NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick and cars from Season II of “AmeriCarna.”

Hamlin's `67 Continental
Among the stars expected to appear are Hamlin, Logano, Ryan Newman and No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet car chief Ron Malec, as well as Lou Santiago from Velocity’s “Car Fix.”

“AmeriCarna LIVE” will support IGNITE, an innovative community center in Davidson for young adults with high functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome.  IGNITE offers activities, skills training, and educational workshops that will foster social, financial, educational, and employment independence for its members. 

The car show is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spectator admission is $5 per person and kids under 10 are free.  The car show awards will be presented at approximately 2:15 p.m. The car show also will feature live music from local bands, Q&A with Ray Evernham and local celebrities, silent auction, food vendors and a celebrity car corral.  The general public can enter their own cars at http://americarnatv.com/americarna-live/2014/.


  1. Is this an indoor event?

  2. I plug in Sirius Nascar XM on the radio, and Velocity on the TV when racing season is over.