Exhibitors and attendees from more than 70 nations around the world are expected to attend the 2015 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show, December 10–12, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
Performance Racing Industry (PRI) magazine Editor Dan Schechner will moderate a panel of industry experts in a discussion of the current state of land-speed racing.
Loara High School in Anaheim, California, had two teams qualify for the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Dual Championship.
Team B&M of Franklin County Career & Technology Center—the fourth-place team from the SEMA Show—qualified for the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Championship next month at the PRI Show in Indianapolis.
The first half of the 2015 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Dual Championship is complete.
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) changed its playoff format in 2014 to a new Dual Championship to allow teams to compete at either the SEMA Show in Las Vegas or the PRI Show in Indianapolis.
The PRI Trade Show will provide a pair of events to help cultivate the next generation of talent with the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Championships and the Young Driver Development Seminar.