Eric English
March 7, 2007

"Something for everybody" might as well be the motto for the annual Mustang Roundup in Bellevue, Washington, an event we took part in as usual on July 13-16. It's been years since the show's organizers-the Seattle-area club, Mustangs Northwest-expanded the format from a simple one- or two-day affair, and in doing so, introduced a strong "drive it" mentality to the more common static-display setting.

The four-day Roundup kicked off on Thursday with an open-track event, while the remainder of the weekend consisted of a Pony Trails tour of the Pacific Northwest backroads, a judged show, and the grand finale-the People's Choice show on Sunday. In predictably unpredictable Seattle fashion, the weather was dicey on track day but cleared up for the rest of the stellar weekend. We'll dispense with additional ramblings in favor of some of our favorite images of the weekend.