Mustang Week is one of the year’s most anticipated events. Located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina the event has become popular among Mustang owners, fans, and car enthusiasts in general. This year a few of our favorite models attended the event. Thanks to Verde Custom Wheels for a sick back drop, our girls Alex Owen, Bex Russ, and Morgan Kitzmiller got a killer photoshoot by Jordan Marrow to share.
"I still struggle with make-up and high heels" Kasey Hawkins tells ShockerRacing. Growing up, Kasey was a big tomboy. Her grandfather used to race before Nascar was around. A lot of his need for speed trickled down to her dad and then was passed on to her. In 2009, she enlisted in the National Guard as a 91b wheel vehicle mechanic. A short time ago, Kasey joined Chromalusion Photography at a WannaGoFast Half Mile Racing event and traded in her wrenches for a pair of Shocker Racing Bootyshorts. Kasey was paired up with William Garrett Davis' Shelby and she looks right at home in those heels!
"How do you feel about photos with the American flag?" Tyler Sorget messaged us last week as he was editing the pics from this shoot. We knew that Tyler was shooting a pair of models in Michigan with his 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1, and couldn't think of anything more "Merica" as we are preparing to celebrate America's Independence. Tyler invited models and friends, Nicole and Morgan out to shoot with his Stang. The weather wasn't cooperating on the day of the shoot and it forced them to shoot in Tyler's shop.
This isn't the first time we have seen Bex Russ modeling with a Jeep. In fact, her first set of photos she sent to ShockerRacing featured her with a Jeep. However, this is the first time Bex has donned a pair of the famous ShockerRacing bootyshorts. Apparently, Ms. Russ has been holding out on us but it was worth the wait! Hit the link to see her modeling with a pair of Jeeps built by Extreme Custom Collision.
Almost a year ago now, Krysten Brents dropped some fire on ShockerRacing.com with her photoshoot featuring her 5.0 Mustang and her G8 GT. Now she returns with a unique mini shoot she did in a Boudoir setting. Krysten tells us, "I wanted to do something different so I included my Nitrous Express bottle, helmet and of course my Shocker Racing gear!" She had already scheduled to shoot with Boudoir by Katie and wanted to incorporate her love for cars and racing into the shoot.
Allison Robbins had been anxiously awaiting her 18th birthday so that she could finally shoot for ShockerRacing! Shortly after her 18th birthday she needed to have a back surgery that delayed her in scheduling a photoshoot. Mustang Alley, as her friends call her, is finally all healed up and brought her 2006 Mustang out to do a mini shoot with Jeffrey Hooper. She tells us that although her 2006 Mustang is stock, she is currently working on restoring a 1967 Mustang Coupe that have already been converted into a fastback! She was able to save this piece of American history from a junk yard!
After dreaming about a new car for months and searching all over, Morgan Kitzmiller finally found Nemo. Nemo is the name she has given to her newest baby, a 2014 Dodge Dart GT. Given the nickname, it was fitting that Morgan cruised Nemo down by the lake at Barkhamstead Reservoir for some photos. She wanted to get a few new pics with her car before she heads out to Assateague Island, Maryland for the summer. Morgan has always dreamed of working as a surf and rescue lifeguard, so she will be spending this summer beach-side saving lives Baywatch style.
It has been about 10 years since the ShockerRacingGirls began to form into this nationwide phenomenon that it is today. Back in 2006, we started partnering with photographers, like Chromalusion Photography, from all over the country and having them shoot in our now famous ShockerRacing bootyshorts. It wasn't until 2012 that we actually began incorporating a full featured article and actually getting to know more about the photographers, car owners, and of course the models. Over the past four years we have had the please of getting to feature some amazing ladies but these eight articles have proven to be fan favorites.
Back in April, we were contacted by Rusty from McNeile Photography regarding an upcoming photoshoot he had scheduled with Karissa Davis in Tampa Bay, FL. ShockerRacing had previously featured some of McNeile Photography's work on our Instagram page but we had never worked with Rusty before. We knew he was capable of shooting some amazing pictures and after locking in the details, Rusty and Karissa ordered up one of our tank tops and a pair of the famous ShockerRacingGirls Bootyshorts. They then enlisted Chris Perez to bring his BMW 535i and Ken Jackson to bring his 2008 VW R32 out for the shoot!
There is definitely something going on this year. It seems that almost every time I sit down to put together the next ShockerRacingGirls feature, it just happens to be the latest girls birthday! This time was no different... I began working on Skyler Baggett's feature on Saturday morning. For those that are unaware of my process for creating these features there is a lot that goes in to each article. Once I have received the photos from the photographer I then add our ShockerRacing.com watermark, size them properly for the website, then upload them to the site. After the photos are all set I do my best to learn as much information as possible about Skylar, the photographer Octane Empire, and then gather all of the details about the car we are featuring. This morning as I sat down to begin writing, I realized that yesterday was Skylar's 23rd birthday! Hopefully releasing her feature today will be the perfect way to end her birthday weekend!
Our friends at Omega Motorsport brought their Half Mile racing event back to Illinois on April 30th and May 1st. The event titled NoFlyZoneMidwest was a two day sell out event with much anticipation. You may remember that we attended NoFlyZoneMidwest in the Fall of 2015 with our C7 Z06 and had eagerly been waiting for this event as the Z had been equipped with some new mods. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday did not cooperate this time and based on the forecasts we decided not to bring the C7 Z06. The crew at Omega did everything in their power to get the event to run on Saturday, including hiring a helicopter to fly over the track and dry it out but with no luck as it continued to rain. Sunday morning was another gloomy day but the rain had passed and by morning the track surface had begun to dry out. By race time, the track was ready to go and Sunday turned out to be an amazing day of racing. We will be posting all of our media from this event here so be sure to keep checking back as we update it with videos and photos!
- Megan Lyda returns with her custom wrapped Mustang
- Porsche Cayman 981 - How to Reset the TPMS System
- Porsche Cayman 981 - How To Set the Clock
- @MustangKarisha Goes Rogue with a Nova SS
- Belfast Performance Corsa Discount
- Bex Russ in her 2nd photoshoot for ShockerRacingGirls
- Andrea Kuoni shoots with C Mahla Photography
- C7 Z06 Gets Some New Rubber - 19" Wheels w/ Nitto NT05R Drag Radials
- Alyssa Pallant - Evergold Media - LS Addicts
- Brittany Crisp with Chromalusion Photography Round 2
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