The Advanced Engineering Technology Conference was established to provide a forum for performance engine builders and engineers to exchange information, review tech trends and share best practices with their colleagues.
PRI Trade Show
MPMC members attending the 2017 PRI Trade Show should take advantage of the several networking and educational programs available.
MPMC members attending the 2017 PRI Trade Show should take advantage of the several networking and educational programs to be offered.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge’s second event of the 2017 season resulted in four of nine teams qualifying for the Dual National Championship held at the SEMA Show and PRI Trade Show later this year.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge’s first event of the 2017 season was held last weekend at the 10th Annual Race & Performance Expo.
It has been four years since SEMA made the commitment to acquire, preserve and support the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show and magazine. At the time, SEMA leadership recognized an opportunity to build a strong relationship with the racing and performance segment—a group that was not much represented within the SEMA membership. Some questioned how the PRI world could benefit from what SEMA had to offer; others doubted that the two organizations could coexist without compromising one identity or the other.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow 2016 season came to an exciting conclusion last weekend at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis.
Leading automotive performance technology experts will share the latest racing industry advancements during the 27th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference.
The first half of the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) 2016 Dual Championship Engine Challenge is over.