Radwood is back for 2019 with an inaugural event at Driveway Austin, a small motorsports park nestled in the farming hills of suburban Austin. The event had over 400 cars, all from the 80s and 90s era, and it was absolutely a joy to attend if you ever unironically try to browse for old tapes at a music shop or have more familiarity messing with an AFM than an OBDII port.
After the recent death of my 98 Honda integra at Sydney Motorsport park I was left between a rock and a hard place with less than a week till I started my new job and without transport I started hunting for something a little more reliable but still fun enough to keep me satisfied.
There's only street parking, it's not in a glamorous part of town with multi-million dollar condos surrounding on all sides, and the average age of the cars in attendance is older than the average age of the owners that brought them there. In short, it's everything that I find fun about attending car shows.