The last couple years of SpoCom have been a success. So for 2010, they took the show on tour to San Mateo (NorCal) and later on to Honolulu. But for right now, the sport compact show is back in Long Beach where it all started.
SpoCom is one of the better events around. Pro Motion definitely knows how to throw a good party, getting more vendor booths and models out than anyone else. It's like all the other shows put into one giant one. Not to mention over 300 of the industry's best cars. All this held indoors so you don't have to bake in the sun for eight hours.
This year, I decided to change up the Super Street Sileighty and enter it in the show. With a bunch of new parts, it actually took 3rd Place for the Nissan class (Thanks Randy, check's in the mail!). If you missed it this year, you missed out.