When Eurokracy was founded five years ago, it wasn't expected to grow to be such a powerhouse in the European automotive marketplace. But the 2015 edition of the event cemented it as Canada's largest European automotive event outside of Formula One, attracting thousands of spectators from all over North America and Europe.
Outgrowing every venue it's been hosted at since year one, Eurokracy 2015 moved to a world class facility that was finally capable of containing the sea of cars and people flooding through the front gates. Taking place at ICAR Experience in Montreal, Eurokracy delivered the go-to event for spectators looking to race their cars or show them off in style. Fans looking to test the performance limits of their rides were presented with daylong time attack, burnout, and quarter-mile drag racing competitions. Those wanting to show off their car's aesthetics could do so via a judged show and shine and Neckbreaker low-car competitions.
Casual spectators might not realize it, but what differentiates Eurokracy from the heaps of other auto shows that have popped up in recent years is the organizer's commitment to the community itself. By not discriminating and welcoming both European and non-European cars to the event, Eurokracy has ballooned to attracting over 50 on-site vendors from all over Canada and the United States (however, only European cars are able to win awards at Eurokracy).
Eurokracy has delivered on what so many other events have failed to do, and that is to create a social movement the likes we've not seen for years. After witnessing what Eurokracy 2015 had to offer, we're pumped for the future of the European automotive community as a whole.