Fiat Club America will descend on Auburn Hills, Michigan this weekend for their 33rd annual Fiat FreakOut, a five-day gathering that allows owners of old and new Italian cars to meet up, swap stories and advice and share their passion for cars.
Fiat FreakOut officially kicked off Wednesday, July 27th with registration and an event at Kart 2 Kart go karting track in Macomb. Today will see Fiat owners participate in a poker run, which will be followed up with an autocross and bus tour of Detroit on Friday.
Fiat Chrysler will also host the Fiat Club America at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The parking lot will turn into an impromptu car show when the club stops by, with live music, gelato and sorbet stands and Fiat merchandise for sale. The museum itself will also be open to attendees.
On Saturday Fiat FreakOut participants will host a concours show at the Inn at St. Johns, which will be followed up with an awards banquet featuring a special, yet-to-be-named guest speaker. Fiat Freak Out will then close out Sunday morning with breakfast and a prize raffle.
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