The future of racing remains at risk! The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken the position that it is illegal to make emissions system modifications to motor vehicles that are converted into racecars.
What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?
The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is on the move this summer to let motorsports participants and fans know about the “Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act.”
With a recently remodeled training and conference center, an upgraded emissions lab and new state-of-the-art equipment, the SEMA Garage is hosting an industry Open House.
Participate in the first SEMA Export Fair co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
June is a critical month for the RPM Act. The House Energy and Commerce Committee must pass the RPM Act before the full Congress can vote on it. Don’t let Congress leave for its month-long summer recess without taking Committee action first. Contact your lawmakers today and urge them to act now!
SEMA members have been instrumental in rallying dozens more members of Congress to co-sponsor the bipartisan RPM Act.
Video: SPEED SPORT’s Ralph Sheheen interviews RPM Act sponsor Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) about the threat to racing, and why passage of the bipartisan RPM Act is the only way to end that threat and protect the future of American motorsports.
The EPA’s recent decision to withdraw its provision regarding regulating race cars does not ensure our right to modify race cars.
The threat to racing isn’t over. SEMA encourages members of the racing community to continue to tell Congress to support the RPM Act by sharing these Facebook and Twitter posts on your own social media platforms.
The racing community has been instrumental in getting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to withdraw a proposed rule that threatened the future of racing and modification equipment, and in getting dozens of Congressional Reps to co-sponsor the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act. But the threat isn’t over.