News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
With Carroll Shelby as his inspiration, Duane Carling built a business
around one of the Mustang's key design flaws (or attributes, depending
on your perspective): swapping the solid rear axle for an independent
rear suspension. Carling sits down with SBTV's Ivy Hartman to explain.
More than 50 drivers from NASCAR, IRL and NHRA, as well as
entertainment and industry celebrities, are offering autographed cars at
the SEMA Pinewood Drag Race.
Volunteers are working hard on behalf of children's charities, creating fundraising activities during the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser that include the Show 'N Shine car show, Pinewood Drag Race and various sponsorship programs.
Join industry colleagues and panelists at the SEMA Show to learn how others are incorporating social marketing into their overall brand strategies.
Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show
product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.
Proud of your ride? Then contact the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum. Officials are seeking vehicles to display in the museum's Thunder Alley exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair.
The Making Green Cool Zone at the 2009 SEMA Show recognizes the specialty-equipment industry’s
commitment to advancing green performance vehicles, products and
solutions. Applications to exhibit in the Making Green Cool Zone now available.
It’s that time of year again. With the 2009 SEMA Show little more than
100 days away, designers, tuners and builders are working the wrenches,
body shops, and paint booths—not to mention the phones—to get their projects
ready for the Show.
Two great items up for sale at the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser include a Thomas Kinkade print of the Daytona 500 and a gold necklace featuring 120 diamonds.