2002 SEMA Hall Of Fame Inductee
Amy Faulk, SEMA’s Person of the Year in 1996, has been interested in automotive technology since she was a preteen helping in her father’s body and radiator repair shop. During her automotive career, she has held management roles at Racing Head Service/Competition Cams and TCI/Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul. She is currently the chief administrative officer at Hypertech.
Faulk has devoted much of her time and talents to serving on the SEMA Board of Directors, as well as the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) and the SEMA Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC). She also is credited with the development of the annual Silent Auction at the SEMA Show, which raises money for the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Faulk is also a distinguished drag racer, earning the NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) title “The Winningest Woman in Racing.” Plus, she has won the NHRA Super Stock Driver of the Year award and national title victories in three different competition categories.