Cody Walker (L to R), Vin Diesel and Tyrese Gibson from the ‘Fast & Furious’ action movie franchise entertain fans at FuelFest at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in West Chandler. –Photos courtesy of FuelFest

Fans of FuelFest’s inaugural West Chandler event at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park this month knew that Cody Walker and Tyrese Gibson from the “The & Furious” action movie franchise were due to appear. But at the last minute, thousands of car enthusiasts were surprised when Vin Diesel joined his co-stars.

In its third year, FuelFest mixes the passion of automotive enthusiasts with celebrities, live music, food, drink and art while raising money for charity.

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Co-founded by Cody Walker and Chris Lee, FuelFest donates a portion of its proceeds to Reach Out WorldWide, the nonprofit charity founded by Paul Walker and continued by his brother, Cody.

ROWW was founded in 2010 by the late actor / producer after a massive earthquake devastated Haiti and Walker was inspired to organize a relief team that responded to the disaster. Its mission is to bridge the gap between the availability of qualified resources in post-disaster situations. ROWW completed four deployments in 2020 and continues to operate where needed.

Since Paul’s passing, ROWW continues to be a platform to make a difference in the lives of others. He hopes to transform “Generation I” into “Generation of Goodwill” by giving people not only a voice, but a chance to act.

The West Chandler Show showcased over 600 custom, exotic, rare and exclusive cars and trucks.

There were car shows, drag races and a huge live drift course that spanned the length of the site and a VIP lounge sponsored by Barrett Jackson.

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