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    Feb 04 2010
    There was a full house during the Street Performance Council (SPC) annual mixer at the 2009 SEMA Show. The evening provided great networking opportunities and a platform for announcing the winners of the SPC awards.
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    Feb 04 2010

    The Kansas State Legislature has introduced legislation that would allow cities to enforce “nuisance abatement” procedures—often used to force removal of inoperable vehicles—by notifying affected property owners by use of first-class mail instead of certified mail (with a return receipt).

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    Feb 04 2010
    Randy Bernard named CEO of IndyCar Series; Tony George's Vision Racing closes doors due to lack of sponsorship; NASCAR cuts purses by 10% for 2010; and more racing news.  
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    Feb 04 2010

    A photo collection of new products entered into the organization/cargo products category of the 2009 SEMA Show New Products Showcase. To view all of the products in the showcase, visit www.semadigital.com.

     

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    Feb 04 2010

    View photos of more than 1,400 display vehicles from the 2009 SEMA Show on the newly revamped EnjoyTheDrive.com website. You can now search vehicles by automaker, make, model and year.

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    Feb 04 2010
    Tire Review magazine is now accepting entries for its 2010 Top Shop Awards presented by Ammco/Coats, which recognize the “best of the best” independent tire dealers in the United States and Canada.
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    Feb 04 2010
    With more than 290 exhibitors showcasing and 110 new product registrations within the Tires, Wheels & Equipment section of the 2009 SEMA Show, it's apparent that this section of the specialty-equipment industry remains one of the most popular with vehicle enthusiasts. It is no wonder, as new tires and wheels can instantly change the look and feel of a vehicle. Exhibitors at the Show offered products for small to large passenger cars, trucks and even racing applications.

    Here is a collection of the some of the new products from the Tires, Wheels & and Equipment section of the 2009 SEMA Show.
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    Feb 02 2010
    This custom-built Ford F-150 is not something that can be easily picked up at the dealer lot.

    SEMA News - February 2010

    By Annie Kang

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    Feb 02 2010
    With the clock ticking and under intense pressure, four teams of high-school students pitted their skills against each other as they disassembled and rebuilt high-performance Chevy 350 engines at the first-ever Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge.

    SEMA News - February 2010

    By Annie Kang

    High-School Students Showcase Their Engine Skills and Passion at the 2009 SEMA Show

     

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    With a time of 44.22, Team Fel-Pro from Joliet Central High School won the first-ever Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge—the Showdown at SEMA.

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    Feb 02 2010
    While the SEMA Show is a trade-only gathering that is not open to the general public, enthusiasts and consumers are able to get a glimpse of what happens at the annual event thanks to the many editors and reporters who attend.

    SEMA News - February 2010 

    While the SEMA Show is a trade-only gathering that is not open to the general public, enthusiasts and consumers are able to get a glimpse of what happens at the annual event thanks to the many editors and reporters who attend. SEMA Shows in the past have included more than 2,400 registered media, many representing consumer publications, mainstream magazines and general television programs.

    Local media in Las Vegas, Nevada, were out in full force for the 2009 SEMA Show, along with reporters from major daily newspapers. Take a look at just a sampling of the coverage that resulted.