By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
Throughout the week, you can visit SEMA Central and check out Jhonnattan Castro’s formula drift car—an example of a vehicle and equipment that would be protected by the RPM Act.
Don’t forget to make time in your SEMA Show schedule to take advantage of opportunities to support the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act—better known as the RPM Act, which makes it clear that modifying a street vehicle used solely for competition is legal and beyond the reach of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.
- All week: Visit Michele Abbate’s SCCA Championship-winning Scion FR-S at the SEMA Action Network (SAN) booth #60003 (outside Central Hall). Abbate’s car represents an example of a vehicle and equipment that would directly benefit from enactment of the RPM Act into law.
- All week: Visit SEMA Central and check out Jhonnattan Castro’s formula drift car—another example of a vehicle and equipment that would be protected by the RPM Act.
- All week: Stop by the SEMA PAC lounge (N243) or the SAN booth to contact your members of Congress and learn more about efforts to fight unfair automotive laws and regulations.
- Thursday, November 3 (12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.): Meet automotive media personality and racing fan Courtney Hansen at the SAN booth.