By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
Bonneville’s once 13-mile race track is now less than eight miles due to salt erosion.
The Bonneville Salt Flats is a unique land formation in northwestern Utah that beckons visitors from around the world. For racers, its surface is unequaled. The hard salt crust is perfect for both speed and safety. But there is a problem. The once 13-mile race track is now less than eight miles due to salt erosion. SEMA’s Government Affairs Office has compiled a comprehensive brochure about Bonneville. It answers questions such as:
- How is SEMA’s heritage tied to Bonneville?
- Why are the Salt Flats disappearing?
- What is SEMA doing to help restore Bonneville?
For more information, contact Stuart Gosswein at email@example.com.