(Watch video Jim shot during his visit.)

CBS 62’s Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus attended the Roush Automotive Collection’s second Open House event on Thursday, June 13.

READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small Companies

The event at the Roush Automotive Collection in Livonia included door prizes, a drag race simulator, the Roush Automotive Collection Retail Store and Museum, and an engine building competition.

Also at the event, was a Roush Fenway autograph sessions with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race car driver Carl Edwards, Nationwide Series drivers Chris Buescher, Travis Pastrana, Trevor Bayne & team owner Jack Roush.

Door Prizes drawings took place throughout the evening. Among the prizes to be raffled were MIS Grandstand seat tickets to the Quicken Loans 400 race on June 16, and a variety of Roush Fenway memorabilia.

READ MORE: Volvo Adds 195,000 Vehicles To Recall For Dangerous Air Bags

Fans tested their reaction times with a drag race stimulator.

(credit: Jim Madaus/CBS 62)

Jack Roush (in the hat) and daughter Susan (blue shirt) talking with some fans. (credit: Jim Madaus/CBS 62)

Two teams from the Roush Engine Build Department at the open house competed side by side to build a complete engine and presented a live test run of their work. The winner was selected based on which team built a working engine the fastest.

MORE NEWS: McLaren Will Pay $5M, Not $20M, In Flint Water Settlement

Visit the Roush Automotive Collection website here for more details.