Chandra Brown of the U.S. Department of Commerce discusses the mission of getting U.S.-made specialty auto products to marketplaces around the world.
So-Cal Speed Shop’s President and SEMA Hall of Fame Member Pete Chapouris discusses several projects, and how today’s technology and builders turn ideas into reality faster than ever before.
Robby Gordon visits SEMA Central to discuss the Baja 100 and shares his impressions from the Show floor.
Mike Ring of the Ringbrothers, a top 10 finalist for the 2014 SEMA Battle of the Builders, discusses how project vehicles evolve, from concept to the final build.
DUB President Myles Kovacs explains how overcoming life’s obstacles helped build the inspiration and vision he has, for business and life, today.
SEMA Hall of Fame member and legendary drag racer “Gentlemen Joe” Schubeck shares stories at SEMA Central during the 2014 SEMA Show.
Paul Vehovens Clemson University sheds light on the school’s projects and programs that cater to the art of automotive engineering, from tires to engine tuning.
Linda Vaughn discusses how the role of women in the industry has changed in the automotive market over the years.
Artist Max Grundy visits SEMA Central and explains what artists and scenery inspire the direction and ideas behind his artwork.
Previous winner of Australia’s Got Talent, Daniel Jovanov, uses his voice to imitate a variety of engine sounds.