VOTE! Oakley Motorsports, Skier Simon Dumont and Toyota USA Launch Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner Campaign for Dream Build
Oakley Army, we need YOU!
Team Oakley is asking for your support as we go head-to-head with our rivals in this intense Dream Build challenge. Get pumped and prepare to vote! Follow @OakleyRacing on Twitter and read the below rundown:
A NASCAR driver, a freestyle skier, a BMX rider and two supercross stars are going head-to-head in a competition to create their ultimate dream rides. This year’s Toyota Dream Build Challenge invites a diverse group of Team Toyota athletes along with their big-time partners to modify vehicles, letting fans participate in the process and vote for their favorites at www.ToyotaDreamBuild.com. The fan favorite will earn bragging rights and the Toyota Dream Build Challenge Cup when the winner is revealed at the SEMA show in Las Vegas on Nov. 5.
The teams are:
• Our Freestyle skier Simon Dumont, who will bring to life the “Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner” with the help of our Motorsports partners at Terrible Herbst Fabrication in Huntington Beach, Calif.
• NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman with partner Kyle Busch Motorsports, who will transform a 2013 Camry into a rally car dubbed the “CamRally.”
• BMX rider Drew Bezanson with partner Skullcandy, who will blend music and BMX themes to create the “Corolla Crusher.”
• Supercross stars Justin Brayton and Josh Grant with partner Joe Gibbs Racing Motocross, who will completely outfit a 2014 Tundra and turn it into the “Let’s Go Moto Tundra.”
Each team will work with a custom build shop to bring its vision to life. Videos of the modification process and final competition entries will be available online at www.ToyotaDreamBuild.com beginning Sept. 26. Voting will begin Oct. 31 and continue for five days, with participants earning a chance to win daily prizes from the build partners and athletes. One lucky fan will have a chance at a dream trip to one of the Team Toyota athlete’s events. Television racing commentator and Top Gear USA host Rutledge Wood will announce the winning design at SEMA, with the results streamed live online for fans to watch.