Season 6 of the goldRush rally concluded in June and as promised it was the best year yet. Highlighting the nearly 100 participating vehicles was a Volcano Orange Mclaren P1 that just reached stateside, the 2.5 million dollar Bleugatti, and the Liberty Walk 458 driven by Wataru Kato himself.
The rally scored a collective 10 out of 10 for the creativity and execution of their wildly unique vinyl wraps. There was plenty of time spent on the track and an emphasis placed on urging the fans to come out and take it all in.
Bringing $20 million dollars worth of highly modified super cars together and then rallying them across the country is no easy logistical task. It takes an auto transport partner to achieve this monumental feat and as you can imagine not just any car trailer is good enough for the goldRush crew.
JP Logistics is the only auto transport company entrusted by goldRush and the rally simply wouldn’t be possible without their dedication. When founded in 1995, George Sukunyan set out to change the auto transport game and he’s done just that.
Gone are the days of having to work with transport brokers, crossing your fingers that your baby doesn’t arrived damaged and not having anyone take responsibility when it does. JP Logistics ensures successful transport after successful transport by relying solely on their own state of art fleet.
The quality of their trailers, their use of the latest technology, attention to detail and over the top customer service provides a peace of mind that cannot be matched. This peace of mind has earned JP corporate contracts with Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls Royce and Bugatti, just to name a few. Their loyal customer base includes the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Steve Wynn, Dale Earnhardt JR and the late Steve Jobs.
Official Shipper of the Hyper Car
JP Logistics will be picking up the Mid-America Cartell SL65 AMG later this week for a safe trip back o the Midwest, we can’t wait!
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