Toronto Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo

With the holidays in the rear-view mirror and the daylight hours getting longer, anticipation is building quickly for the upcoming Motorama Custom Car &
Motorsports Expo Presented by Mothers. For the fourth year in a row, Canada’s biggest indoor auto enthusiast and racing show will fill Toronto’s International Centre for a three-day celebration of cars and motorsports. The show takes place March 9, 10 & 11 and will encompass more than 300,000 square feet of space packed with incredible vehicles of all kinds, car clubs, vendors, racetrack and series displays, celebrity autographs, ‘meet & greets,’ awards presentations and more.

The Grand Hall and will feature 28 amazing mostly ‘first time shown’ custom cars, hot rods, classics and more, many of which were built with the intention of unveiling them at Motorama. The Motorsports Expo room and represents the entire spectrum of Canadian racing with tracks, series, sanctioning bodies
and stunning race-ready vehicles of all kinds, including stock cars and road racing, drag racing and karting vehicles. Hall 2 is a massive space that plays host to the busy Johnsonville Stage as well as the majority of the car club displays and corporate booths, including Mothers, NASCAR, MOPAR, Pinty’s, Lincoln
Electric, Mobil 1, Eibach Canada, Meguiar’s and many others. Spring Fever: Modified Cars & Culture will once again be located in Hall 4 at the International Centre. The ‘show within a show’ spotlights tuners, imports, modified and luxury performance cars in a room that has its own attitude.
In terms of celebrity appearances at Motorama, Courtney Hansen, Jeff Lutz and Lou Santiago have already been confirmed, with more
to be announced in the coming days and weeks. Courtney Hansen is known as ‘The Leading Lady of Automotive TV’ and is a favourite of car and racing enthusiasts because of her work on TV shows like Overhaulin’, hosting awards ceremonies and working as a product ambassador. Jeff Lutz is a multi-time Drag Week champion and is now a fixture on the hit TV show Street Outlaws. Lou Santiago, a co-host of Car Fix on Discovery Velocity, is being presented at Motorama by Lincoln Electric.