SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 6, February 11, 2010

Motorsports Icons to Speak at SEMA/MIA Conference During Long Beach Grand Prix

  Race Goes Green
  Industry leaders, including (from left) MIA's Chris Aylett, SEMA's
Chris Kersting, Braille Battery's Blake Fuller and TTXGP's Azhar
Hussain discuss green racing technologies at the 2009 "The Race Goes
Green" seminar.

The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) has confirmed several motorsports icons for the MIA-SEMA The Race Has Gone Green Conference in Long Beach, California, on Friday, April 16, at the Long Beach Convention Center during the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

Scott Atherton (American Le Mans Series CEO), David Brabham (2009 ALMS series champion, winner of 2009 LeMans 24 Hours), Les MacTaggart (senior technical director, Indy Racing League), and Rt Hon. Lord Drayson (U.K. minister of state for science and innovation) are among the first speakers to confirm.

The Race Has Gone Green is a one-day conference featuring performance industry icons and professionals focused on developing green technologies that will lead to a booming future for green performance products.

Conference fees are $275 for SEMA or MIA members, $375 for non-members. Registration includes paddock passes for American Le Mans Series qualifying.

Click here to register now.

For more information, visit www.sema.org/RaceGoneGreen or e-mail Jeremy Burne, Tracy Dewhirst or John Waraniak.

Make it a weekend! Discounted tickets for the Long Beach Grand Prix are available for SEMA members. Download the discount flyer here.

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