The concept of setting a car meet at an airport seems really cool to us, especially if that airfield is an operating one. We’ve been to roll racing events at airstrips, and we’ve been to racetracks that double as airstrips, but the former is done when the airfield is essentially closed to air traffic, and the latter just happens to be a coincidence of having tracks in far-flung places (planes need to land somewhere, right?) So consider us jealous of our man-about-Detroit, shooter Ryan Belville, who turned in a scorching hot photo gallery from the 2016 edition of Euro Hangar.
Belville hit up Euro Hangar last year and returned this year to document the meet and mingle at the Park Township Airport in Holland, Mich., a town about 30 miles southwest of Grand Rapids. As in previous editions, the vibe was extremely laid back for this sixth year of Euro Hangar, with enthusiasts rolling out in a variety of Audi, BMW, Volkswagen, and other makes to enjoy the great summer weather and the company of other like-minded individuals as planes buzzed overhead and taxied yards from some pristine rides.
The show was free again for spectators, and at its conclusion we hear many attendees head to nearby Lake Michigan for kickbacks on the beach. Sounds like our kind of party! For more info on Euro Hangar past, present, and future hit up their website or Facebook page, and relish our photo gallery from this year’s event to experience what all the hubbub is about.