During the Pinewood Build Day, volunteers will help children decorate and race pinewood race cars.
Pinewood Drag Races
For the third consecutive year, the 2017 Pinewood Builders Challenge—previously held during SEMA’s Installation Gala—featured head-to-head racing last summer at the National Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition to the Builders Challenge, a Manufacturers’ Shootout was staged for the third time ever for participating members of the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA).
The inaugural Industry Cup Challenge pits companies against each other in their respective categories with the winner of each category advancing to the final Cup Challenge race.
Each year SEMA Cares volunteers make a difference by donating their love and time to several Pinewood Drag Races build days throughout the United States to support children in need.
The SEMA Cares seventh annual Council Cup will once again pit council versus council in the name of a very good cause—helping children in need.
The SEMA Cares 6th Annual Council Cup will once again pit council against council in the name of a very good cause—helping children in need.
Each year, hundreds of SEMA-member companies sponsor Pinewood cars, with 100% of the proceeds going to qualified SEMA Cares charities.
Each year, hundreds of SEMA-member companies step up to generously sponsor Pinewood cars, with 100% of the proceeds going to qualified SEMA Cares charities.
About 400 members of the automotive specialty-parts industry attended the annual SEMA Installation Gala, themed "Leaders & Legends," to honor 2014 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees Nick Cornelison, Jim Cozzie, John Menzler and Fred C. Offenhauser, and raise money for the SEMA Cares charities.
Leaders and volunteers from the automotive accessories industry will be honored during the annual SEMA Installation Gala, Friday, July 18, at the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center in Pomona, California.